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Maverick edition

Previous Thread: >>2036677

>What is this?
/rcg/ was created as a way for the rollercoaster enthusiasts on here to discuss all things rollercoasters, as well as amusement parks in general.

Roller Coaster Database:
>https://rcdb.com/

Amusement Park News Sites:
>https://www.themeparkinsider.com/
>https://www.screamscape.com/
>https://www.coaster101.com/
>https://www.themeparktourist.com/news

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I could go for a water park right now. I'm DYING to go to Schlitterbahn!
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>>2147283
I heard HHN used to actually have scare actors, well, acting. Is this true, or has it pretty much always just been the canned dialogue/sounds I heard this year?
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>>2147913
I'm not sure. This year was my first year at the event, and most of the footage I've seen of the previous few years shows much the same. I'd imagine that in the very early years it probably had that vibe, but the crowd levels kind of necessitate the scares they have now. It's very easy to fuck up your voice haunting, and with Universal having the equivalent of a normal haunt's busiest night on their slow ones, I completely understand why they do what they do in the houses. I just wish they let the scarezone actors have a bit more freedom, or at least incorporate more interactive characters. The Controller was easily one of my favorite parts of the event this year for this reason. Watching him flip his shit on people who wouldn't listen to him was great.
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How long is SeaWorld going to have whale shows, bros? Is it only the orcas that are going away eventually? What about dolphins? Seals?
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NEW THREAD:

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>>2148296

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23m UK, with a degree. I am fed up with the UK as the country is run for the boomers, so many jobs want years of experience, 5 references....
I've looked into tefl but it literally costs several thousands, in costs, quarantine, apostille of certs.
Easiest countries to move to permanently and find work?
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>>2146772
This is personally what I’m waiting for. Ive been neeting in SEA for almost a year and I’m getting sick of it. I wanna go see father China and get myself a white monkey job

Captcha: WAAAA
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>>2146931
Could try to contact some employment agencies and get a PU letter to enter earlier.

It's been glorious here, glad I didn't panic leave like everyone else.
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I can sympathize but I’m a civil servant here in the U.S. It does feel a bit like golden handcuffs. I would just tell you to come to the U.S. but you’ll have to spend an exorbitant amount of money to do it. What about Canada?
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>>2146772
Once Australia or Canada opens up you can go there and pick fruits or plant trees. Prices are skyrocketing right now because they have no workers. Surprisingly I've never seen anyone discuss it here but these jobs are common knowledge and extremely easy to get. Farms provide lodging and food (usually). Lots of easy hippy women and Italian tourists to fuck. It's also really good for your body. After a couple of months I was in the best shape of my life.
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>>2146448
>get job offer in country you'd like to go to
>company should help with visa shit/documents
That's about it.

One thing I'd like to add is to visit before moving, I accepted an offer abroad during covid so couldn't do that - hated it there despite making a shitton of money, didn't last long.

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How do you feel about modern day freight train hopping?
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>>2146834
Kek yeah the jumpcut and him being a "we live in a society..." guy is cringe but his stuff is still top quality, i also love the RanOutOnARail guys in murica
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Dangerously stupid and boring after the first 5 minutes. Wow you saved $5 and found yourself 20km outside of a city instead of taking a normal train. How cool of you.
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>>2146814
BUT THATS NOT HECKIN REEL TRAVELLLLLLOOOOOOORRRR(tm)
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>>2146812
Briefly exhilarating, followed by hours of discomfort and boredom. Maybe you get a nice view now and then, but even that becomes boring. When the train stops, expected or not, it becomes extra exciting - and stressful, if you're on the tracks in the middle of nowhere and need to run. If all goes well, you hitchhiked on a routine, mundane delivery/relocation. Wow, what a heckin life experience.
But I do support it since it occasionally gets an obnoxious retard killed or crippled.
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>>2146850
Train tickets are like 100 dollars in Canada. Yeah we get fucked on pretty much everything.

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I'm planning on going to Kiev for a week in December, after christmas. When do you think Putin is going to invade?

I don't think theres anything more comfy than a small polish town or village.

https://youtu.be/xPZUd7_CUO8
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>>2146872
Im retiring in Poland early. But to the south, in the mountains
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>>2146901
Age?

Planning on going to thailand for a couple months in january since its apparently the only place with little to no restrictions if ur vaccinated/recovered. Any thoughts whatsoever on where to go etc? Northern thailand seems nice but idk if its dead from covid?

Pls no vax vs no vax conversation, I have had covid and also 2 doses am still alive.
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>>2146809
When I arrived in August it looked like I'd leave after 2.5 months (back then it was 45 day visa exempt instead of 30). There were covid extension visas but I didn't expect them to last. Now I'm on my second covid extension and I will have been here at least 5.5 months, maybe longer. The newspapers report there is an amnesty planned until the end of December (meaning everyone who's stay expired in December is automatically extended until end of December), and this is likely to replace the covid extensions, the last day for which you can apply is this Friday.

But maybe the covid extensions will continue, or there will be another amnesty. Tourists have been here since March 2020 using covid extensions and amnesties. The whole time, everyone has said the current extension period or amnesty will be the last, and they kept getting extended.

If you arrive now maybe you won't get any extensions and you'll have to leave after 30+30 or 60+30 days. Or maybe not. Regardless, there is now the option to visa run to Cambodia (you were probably planning for that already if you planned to be here 6 months). Thailand is so desperate for tourists that they will probably overlook travelers making multiple visa runs to stay here longer. And you can always use airports like Pattaya and Phuket, which are famous for their easy-going immigration officers (compared to Bangkok and Chiangmai).
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>>2144674
>Tiger, pronounced Thai-ger, is a Singaporean beer
>Singha, pronounced Sing-ah, is a Thai beer
this always triggers my autism
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how do you faggots have so much money you can just randomly fuck off to Thailand for a few months?
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>>2146862
have you seen the price of bitcoin?
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>>2146862
Digital nomads, neets in generous countries, and crypto barons. Or a mix of those.

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I am moving from California to Wisconsin in three days. Help me understand how things work in the midwest before I die of culture shock.
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>mfw on the way up to Hayward to see my Uncle and Grandma, we would stop in the Dells and eat at Paul Bunyan's.
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>>2145378
>the people that are born in California that grow up watching crime rise and whites replaced to the point their home city does not exist anymore and they would rather die in a race war than live to see more
Right in the feels.
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>>2145808
They have a Hayward in WI?
Or are you talking about Hayward CA?
Either way be comfy fren
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Hayward Wisconsin.
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>>2146832
comfy.
Stay warm up there, I was just leaving my Minnesota trip when they were getting snow and it's supposed to be a rough weather cycle coming in.

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Just bought a ticket to Prague for a week in March. I want to walk around the city for a couple days then rent a car and drive out to Moravský Krumlov to see the Slav Epic by Mucha, then I have a few days free. What else should I do?? I kind of want to drink beer in Pilsen but that's not exactly an itinerary
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>>2145939
Thanks a ton. Will check out Les Krejcárek and try and attend a lecture at Charles. Probably won't be making any use of beer gardens as I'm going there tomorrow and it's supposed to be like 1C, I already have a feeling that I'm really going to enjoy the city and will want to come back next summer.
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Honest Guide Youtube
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I am going to Prague from the 27th of december till the 30th.

Whats the weather around that time? Can we expect snow?

Furthermore I would like some recommendations for nice bars which are open till late on weekdays.

Thanks anons <3
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>>2146533
>I am going to Prague from the 27th of december till the 30th.
>Whats the weather around that time? Can we expect snow?
Are you joking?
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>>2144537
>Chapeau Rouge
>underground techno
Select 1 and only 1.

>>2145039
>Wonder why do authtorities don't do anything about it.
Most of it is ran by viet mob which simply pays off the cops from top to bottom.

>>2146533
Who knows, there could be some snow this week, but it's obviously not clear. One way or another, Prague usually doesn't have too much of snow this time of a year.

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I stayed at APA Hotel & Resort Tokyo Bay Makuhari for 2 nights and 3 days, and parked from the early morning of the first day to the evening of the third day.
The hotel announces "they provide guests a special price of car parking JPY1,000 per day from the check-in date 12:00 to the check-out date 12:00" and many of us are decieved.

1st day AM extra charge + 1st day PM0:00 ~ 3rd day PM0:00 JPY2000) + 3rd day PM = JPY4,640 total...

Actually the parking lot is up to JPY1,320 a day, so JPY3,960 for 3 days in fact, but if you settle in the hotel, you will have to pay a lot of JPY680 as me.

And ... When I wrote this at the comment box of Google Maps, it was erased in seconds...
It seems that there is a person in charge of web site who decides that there was nothing inconvenient ... It's a really disappointing hotel ...
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>>2146703
Seconded. Enjoyed my stay there
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Is this a copypasta meme?
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>>2146700
God, imagine paying less than 10,000 a night for a hotel and then getting angry at 1000 JPY extra for parking.

You cheap fuck, go jump in front a train.
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is there a brapa hotel in japan?
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>>2146708
YOU DON'T GET IT JERRY! IT'S A MATTER OF PRINCIPLE!

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What area in the Balkans has the best weather this time of year?
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>>2146491
lol
faggot
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>>2146699
umad
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>>2146514
>t. Serb rapist
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>>2146491
Literally perfect
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>>2146424
Anywhere on the coast is ok. Also Greece if you count them as Balkans.
Id say somewhere like Budva in Montenegro.

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>just arrived in tunesia for transit
>got to get to my gate and let my boarding pass be printed
>enter a tiny room, 5 meter x 15meter or so
>door i came through is a one- way door
>infront of the only exit theres a backage scanner
>on the left 2 airport workers
>on the right 2 cops
>around the left corner like 2 dozen people sitting looking tired and wasted as fuck
>security 1 listens to me, takes my passport tells me to sit down
>thinking aight all good, im white, european, all good
>my flight to nice already boarding
>sit next to some guy
>he starts talking to me
>says hes italian, that they wont let him enter
>that hes waiting for 4 fucking hours already

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>>2145718
Anal gang raped and robbed by pirates
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>>2132290
Based
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>>2139814
He was helping you anon, you can read the sign faster than anyone could search the system for your flight
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Why can’t you disgusting fucks keep from shitting yourselves constantly?
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>>2146751
ever seen a bag of chips at 38,000ft? imagine that's your intestines.
gas expands and shit can happen. literally (never shat myself on a plane, but had massive stomach cramps even when getting off the flight)

just eat healthy starting a few days before flying out and you'll be fine

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Mexico is to Latin America in it's entirety what the United States is to Mexico.
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>>2146631

>I think you mean: Mexico is to Latin America as Mexico is to the Estados Unidos.

Basically Mexico is a shithole to everyone but crossing the border on foot for whores is my weakness.
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>>2146631
where's picrel?

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How realistic is it for an American to travel to the UK, rent an Air BnB for a month or so and get a girlfriend while there? Means would be via dating apps and in person at pubs.
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>>2140130
I don't care what EngLOOS say, I think British women are BEAUTIFUL
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>>2141286
No Liverpool or London or Manchester
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>>2140130
yea
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British women are beautiful, how would an autistic 35 year old Aussie loner go about getting one?
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>>2142823
Evening officer

>move to Russia on 3-year tourist visa
>work a remote US night shift job while there (so that I’m working 9-5 Russia time)
>save tons of money while paying under $100/month in rent with Russian fiancée
>invest tons in crypto
>come back to the States in 3 years with her and a huge nest egg

What could go wrong? Seems foolproof

>inb4 Russia is more expensive than that

Where I’m living would cost barely $100/month total. Anyone done something like this before?
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>>2142963
Most companies have "core hours" that you need to be online for.
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>>2143760
You can do the same thing with an LLC. I have one in a state where my name is nowhere on the documents filed with the state. There's no way to check publicly who owns the business. Even if there were, it's a separate entity entirely and you can just not list it in the divorce.
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>>2140679
Bribes and security... You gon get hurt son.
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>>2140655
>What could go wrong
You'll be investing all you money in crypto at the start of what will be a multiyear bear market.
Aside from that I like you logic of the night job and living in Russia. God speed anon
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>>2140735
зaпятыe выyчил, "нe инocтpaнeц" ?

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Which is better, New York or L.A.?
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>>2140746
I'm not because I've never been there but from what I see in movies NY is far better but maybe LA is nice if you are super wealthy?
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>>2140746
Born and raised in LA but have been to NYC
LA is spread out but it's still a very dense city, especially some neighborhoods like East and West Hollywood, Santa Monica and the Westside, Koreatown, Silver Lake, Westlake/MacArthur Park, Van Nuys, Sherman Oaks, and many more. Each neighborhood has its distinct culture and feel and one of the unique experiences is despite the neighborhoods being right next to each other, one can drive from to the next without noticing the transitions. You can have an affluent neighborhood like Hancock Park right next to the Asian density feel of Koreatown or even up next to the working class/ghetto feel of the Crenshaw communities to the south. The size of the LA Basin and its agricultural roots did not allow for a NYC urban development but it's still unique and individualistic. The food scene is great and arguably the best in the country with the options to pick food from anywhere in the world, and pre-covid, nothing was as LA as getting tacos late on a weekend night and chatting with people while waiting for your food.

The weather is cliche but when I visited other regions in the country, the most noticeable thing is the humidity in the Midwest and East/South coasts. Living in the West, the dry weather truly is a blessing, whether it is cold or hot. In the appropriate time, you have access to the snow and forests, the beach, the desert, urban and suburban biomes. You can do it all in the city.

Some stereotypes are unfair. People like to make LA as full of smug assholes which is partially true if you only stick to the Westside and West Hollywood areas. Most of these smug assholes tend to be transplants from the Midwest and East Coast trying to make it big. Remember that these types are probably already assholes in their small towns due to being big fishes in their small ponds and this attitude gets worse when they realize they are plankton in the ocean that is LA. Natives are pragmatic and down to earth people.
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>>2140827
>LA is an ocean city but from what I hear NYC really isn't.

are you a fucking stunad?
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>>2140746

neither. both of them are absolute shitholes and their infrastructure hasn't been improved for 40 years.

if you like bedbugs, huge rats, your local water full of trash, homeless people shitting everywhere and paying $18,000 a year to share an apartment with 4 other middle aged dudes, you will love NYC and LA.

id rather live in Cleveland or Detroit than either of those cities.
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>>2140746
i used to say new york but after going to LA the city is built way better even the ghettos look wealthy and theres trees everywhere. It's way more comfortable. New York is still the best for history/culture tourist. it's like the America's Paris, but everything in the northeast is old and rundown and built like 1700's European cities. Tight cramped and packed together. That shit sucks. Ied say LA is nicer but New York has more prestige




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