Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Pyromaniac Theme Park

The flames!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Crewed by full time firefighters, Pyroville is the perfect place for fire-lovers!

Play with fire any way imaginable! Set fire to buildings (fabricated and replaced daily), torch a car, set off explosions, this is the place for the pyromanic in you!

Visitors must sign a release form and the theme park is not responsible for any injuries causes while at Pyroville.

All participants must wear flame-proof/retardent clothing at all times.

DesertFox, Jun 16 2004

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       isn't this called California?
etherman, Jun 17 2004
  

       Having done this in a limited fashion as part of a fire department safety course, croissant.
DrCurry, Jun 17 2004
  

       I just like explosions.   

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shapu, Jun 17 2004
  

       I have a burning desire to go. ++
sartep, Jun 17 2004
  

       In the meantime go to MGM Studios and visit the Backdraft attraction. If it's even still around went there once, That was SCARY very hot, very real, and seemingly very close fire. And lots of it.
tedhaubrich, Jun 17 2004
  

       It was even more realistic when the Backdraft attraction caught fire.
oneoffdave, Jun 18 2004
  

       How much would it cost to torch a car?
Also this would do the environment no good.
Sounds like bad news to me!
MikeOliver, Jun 18 2004
  
      
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