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Old 08-30-2015, 04:07 AM   #1
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I Can't Stop Reading One-Star Yelp Reviews of National Parks

This article is great. I especially enjoy the picture captions.

I Can't Stop Reading One-Star Yelp Reviews of National Parks | Mother Jones
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Pretty funny. Crater Lake is quite a sight but after about twenty minutes you're like 'cool' and be tempted to take off. Best viewed at sunset with camp chairs, friends, and microbrews




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Totally agree with that guy who reviewed the Arches. Lots of touristic places are absolutely unbearable with people wanting to take selfies.

I loved this part: And the mud wasn't even differently colored layers or have any other redeeming qualities. It was brown.
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That one killed me cause I've been to the Badlands and I'm like, 'wtf is he talking about?'
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Pretty funny. Crater Lake is quite a sight but after about twenty minutes you're like 'cool' and be tempted to take off. Best viewed at sunset with camp chairs, friends, and microbrews




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I've lived in Oregon for 9 years and still haven't been to Crater Lake...my friends and I are considering taking a canoe out in the middle of the night to the island and sleeping on the island.


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Boring taco bar? I call bullshit.


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Totally agree with that guy who reviewed the Arches. Lots of touristic places are absolutely unbearable with people wanting to take selfies.

I loved this part: And the mud wasn't even differently colored layers or have any other redeeming qualities. It was brown.
This is why I hated parts of MoMA. They have (or had) Starry Night and I just could not get the hype. It's tiny and was full with people. Ridiculous.

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You see, I probably would agree with all of them about how lame they are, but I know this about myself and would never go to a national park.
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But ... so many of them are so fucking gorgeous!

I guess if you don't like scenery and being out in said scenery, it's kind of a bust. But seriously, what's wrong with you if you don't like gorgeous scenery?
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Right, and I know that about myself so I wouldn't have any expectation of enjoying myself. I don't enjoy nature in general. I don't like the outdoors or animals.
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Right, and I know that about myself so I wouldn't have any expectation of enjoying myself. I don't enjoy nature in general. I don't like the outdoors or animals.
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And I'm the one with the reputation for hating everything?

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