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I mean.. I think the real problem is that sarcasm and jokes can be lost through text.. on top of the fact that American culture typically isn't inwardly critical in a funny way in most cases, mostly outward. Not to say I don't make fun of the fat American stereotype on a regular basis, there is A LOT to unpack with our country, but just not in that manner and especially not by a foreigner often outside of the general big stereotypes which many American acknowledge.I'm taking the piss, obviously I'm playing when I say that American's can't have an opinion. Y'all are pretty humourless when it comes to your own country. It's like our favourite pastime in the UK to make fun of ourselves.
Plus, tbh, I've never really seen you post outside of a random information opinion or post, nothing as objective as your previous comment. That being said.. lord baby jesus who cares.. the ride is ugly.. lol
To be honest, having taken the back tour, it still looks like it does from other angles. Distance, yes, but it's like looking at a wild mouse from outside then being inside the structure.So I'll actually stick my neck out there and say Steel Curtain actually looks great. Is it overly supported? Absolutely. Does it look like K'Nex was involved in the creative process? Probably. But I really enjoy the layout footprint, and having the track cross across same trusses throughout the ride. It's a clutter-o-steel, but a condensed clutter! (I also think this will look all the better on the ground, once complete)