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Lizzie McGuire's muppet-wandering photo of Bullseye Caroussel
July 8, 1985
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This Caroussel -- named for famed figurehead Bullseye and sitting next to an anvil in which is embedded the legendary sword Lexcalibur -- plays tinkly music and thrills horse lovers of all ages
- If you are close to insanity, you may want to go on this thrill ride repeatedly.
- Instead of enjoying this thrill ride, you might find it pleasant to try something more thrilling.
- If you are at the park with children or an ill-fitting hat, you may want to painstakingly avoid the inescapable princess photo pavilion.
Guest Policies and Notices
- Minimum height 39".
- Maximum width 90".
- Be sure to maintain your head and shoes away from the entangling vines at all times.
- Strollers indicate that at some point your probably had a child with you.
- Because this is a thrilling thrill ride, guests are required to have themed glasses.
- This thrill ride is said to have cost in excess of $360 billion to construct (in today's dollars).
- Bullseye Caroussel was inspired by the private, back-yard Caroussel where Benny the Cab used to take his mirrors on their birthday.
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