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Tuesday, December 13, 2005
 
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Every so often (okay, almost daily), I run across a product that makes me wish I had a kid. Recently, I saw an ad for the K'NEX Corkscrew Canyon:


According to its website, I could "[b]uild a real-working tube park that’s over 3 feet high! The K’NEX CORKSCREW CANYON™ building set includes rod and connector pieces to create a downhill tube park complete with motorized chain lift, a funnel chute and thrill park sounds & screams." Yay!

I am, however, horribly disappointed that no real water is actually used. I'd totally plug all the holes and install a pump.
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