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24/07/2003 at 10:09
Is it worth it....can you get a magazine on it...there must be a review about it somewhere and can you book a seat in the comfort zone....

Anyone been there, had experiences of it and also would you recommend it ?

Any tips on how to make it easier on the wallet and also if you can soup it up a bit...

Death is living in a house near you...take time to go visit
24/07/2003 at 10:13
Death isn't the handicap it used to be, it doesn't screw your career up like it used to

"Years of delivering pizzas has taught him to drive like this" --Sheriff John Bunnell (Ret'd)

"makes unnecessarily protracted posts, mostly talks sh*t" --Trace

"this place is stranger than Mad Ax's fiction" --editor

"You actually seem much sweeter in person... ...but can you please stop posting so much crap?" --Sunny
24/07/2003 at 10:18
Adamski has had first hand experience of it, I believe. Some others here may have also experienced it too, I don't know.

As an observer though, I'd rather not meet it again for a while, thanks.

Its no good looking for the needle if you have already lost the thread.
24/07/2003 at 10:21
After you die, you come back as a hologram like this smeghead:


24/07/2003 at 10:21
Are but what if you turn up late.....do you get turned away...come back another time, when you can be more punctual....
24/07/2003 at 10:30
It's not all its cracked up to be. I didn't enjoy it. That tube down yer neck doesn't help the ambience of the experience at all.
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