Who built this and why, I wonder.
As in, the folk religion side of it seems to just be stapled and duct taped to the philosophy side.
It is a religion with supernatural in it vs. it isn't and there isn't.
Yeah, what Cena said! The thing with Buddhism is that, as a meme, it's very good at grafting itself on to whatever society it travels to. America got a watered down non-religion that was inoffensive to Christians and science-fearing atheists alike, but only because that's what Americans wanted Buddhism to be - in truth, Buddhism has always had deep "religious" and "supernatural" elements, and the notion that Buddhism is inherently atheistic has little or no support outside of California.
I have a good word for it. Buddhism became Oprah-cized, when it came to the States.
That is a great word. Do you mind if I use it from now on?
Nope. Oprah-cizing is a menace to society. I'm a tea lover, and was disgusted to hear of Oprah trying to Oprah-cize tea with her own Teavanna (which was already overpriced fruit infused rubbish) tea line. I read an article about it and her quotes were just Oprah.
Could be worse.
The new Kidrobot line is pretty out there.
Well there seems to be a theme and it is a park, so it kind of fits the bill.
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So what are the midway games like?
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