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My experience with roller coasters goes back to my childhood in Kennywood. I rode the Phantom Junior (kiddie ride) and that was super fun until I grew tall enough to ride the big boys. My first official roller coaster was the Jackrabbit at the same part shortly followed by the racer. Many years would pass before I rode a dangling feet coaster but my first one was in 2002 when I rode The Raptor at Cedar Point. It was a blast but my blood pressure would cause me to white-out and until my college years, I had never seen a full flip on a ride. Now I actually can get dizzy from the rides but I still enjoy them when I get the chance to ride.
IBM believes that city planning and design should have the citizens in mind. IBM’s “People For Smarter Cities” ads double as benches, ramps and shelter from the rain. The project aims to encourage ‘smarter thinking’ when it comes to coming up with solutions for the city. The ads also encourage people to share their ideas on how they can improve their neighborhood.