Some of us white people actually dance quite well thank you very much. It is a horribly racist stereotype and a ridiculously collectivist cliche to say that just because somebody has white skin means that they lack any ability to dance. Just because SOME people with white skin can't dance doesn't mean that ALL people who happen to have white skin can't dance. However, this is why racism is based upon collectivism. It assumes that people are incapable of attaining things through their own individual merits and instead decrees that somebody's potential is limited to the assumed ability of their supposed collective group of ancestors. The ability to dance is something that can be learned regardless of whether or not you are white, black, green, blue, or orange. All it takes is practice and determination. For instance, to quote the obvious reference you were making with the music from this video, Napoleon Dynamite learned how to dance quite well because he worked hard and he was determined to do it. And he was as white as a polar bear in a snowstorm. I just feel sorry for people with this weak mindset.
The kid on this video is pretty wussy, but you get a glimpse of the ride.
My 10 year old son made it on the ride and loved it, although we somewhat tricked him that it wasn't that scary, and it's not, it's just that the anticipation almost kills you the first time.
You are strapped in legs only, just like wicked. When you're 235 lbs like I am, you can really feel your body lift out when you go upside down. That's probably the worst part. The initial cliff dive from the tower isn't that bad. Later when you are upside down for an extended period of time is the only bad part. All in all we loved it and rode it several times.
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