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08/20/15 - Coney Island with James, Suz, and Beany!

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The famous Coney Island Parachute Jump tower!
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Chilling at the beach
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Boardwalks are fun..
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Thunderbolt is a pretty photogenic roller coaster
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Lots of people out enjoying the nice day
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Big container ship
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Walking down the boardwalk
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Beaches are relaxing
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Lots of shops and stuff
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The top of Thunderbolt's lift tower
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James makes his way to the top
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He's already got his hands up
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Through the loop!
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Through another loop!
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Roller coasters are fun
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Another view of the loop
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Coney Island, folks
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This ride looks like.. a thing
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This one looks ever worse
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James hates waiting in line
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Hi James
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Flying coasters are weird
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Looks like James had fun
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We found Suz and Beany!
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Beany and James haven't seen each other in like ten years!
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Suz is pretty cool
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Beany doesn't like the sun
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Suz does
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Suz is very short
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Beany was freaked out by the weird horse roller coaster
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James has a weird habit of looking directly at me while on roller coasters
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It looks like Beany survived
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The famous Wonder Wheel!
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Some of the cars are on weird mobile tracks
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It's bright out
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I wish I were Tom Hanks
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Round and round the wonder wheel goes..
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Another famous landmark, the Cyclone!
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Suz and Beany survey the landscape
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Beany does not look super excited about this ride
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Definitely not super excited
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She survived again!
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"Look over there!"
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James uses the height to take some photos
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Beany didn't like the flying swing either
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Flying swings!
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Flying swings are neat
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Lots of rides
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James likes taking ride photos
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Beany looks a little concerned
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Dynamic action!
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Suz's hair is out of control, as usual
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Big Eye
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This woman is my new best friend. She was studying statistics in the corner! She was also a good enough sport to let me take her photo
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The Coney Island Cyclone!
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What's going on here?
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Another view of the Cyclone
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Some people going for a fun ride
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Beany's having fun
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This looks like something out of a postcard, haha
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A cruise ship! I bet this went right by Pier 60
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The sun was impaled by the Parachute Jump
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Beany found some stray cats and moved in for petting
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Want a new friend??
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They did not.
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James rode the Thunderbolt again.. this time with Suz!
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The stray cats were on to my shenanigans
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They're friends
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James taking a look at Thunderbolt
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The lift hill is a little steep
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Some people were feeding the stray cats! Beany loved them
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Ahhh!! Seagulls!
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Beany is unsure about the Wonder Wheel
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Time to ride the Wonder Wheel
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Ready for fun?
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James is not worried
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Beany is notttt a fan of the weird movement of the Wonder Wheel cars
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This rocket doesn't look very realistic..
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We survived the Wonder Wheel
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Walking along the weird little games and stuff
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Bye Beanyyy
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James squeezes in another couple rides before sunset
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This photo demonstrates why I don't like this ride
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Now how did James' shoe get over there?
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No, you can't climb under the thing. The ride op retracted the floor so he could grab the shoe
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This is a weirdly spooky shot of the Parachute Jump
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Buzz says hi to James
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And James says hi to Neil
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James was way better than most of my friends at Assetto Corsa!
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