after i win the lottery, i'm going to create a TF theme park.
amd what you going to call it oh mighty one ?
do-h wait ... :lol:
Time Traveller wrote:
"Disneyland" is also trademarked, but they still have one.
By which i mean, dude! think of the cross-promotional possibilities of having a THEME PARK named after your website! and/or your toyline.
And speaking of "derailed", i have an idea for a peacetime Autobot who had himself reformatted after the war so he could transform into a roller coaster. With train tracks that assemble and disassemble, sort of like a G1 Omega Supreme toy, he can reconfigure the roller coaster route while the ride is going on
, so even if the riders think they know where the roller coaster is going, he can transform into a different course to keep the riders guessing, and you never have to experience the same ride twice if you don't want to. Plus, with superior Cybertronian mathematical capablities, he can calculate the vectors, velocities, inertia, and other pertinent physics to incorporate times during the ride when the roller coaster cars are actually not on any tracks at all
, but soaring through the air jumping from one set of rails to another. (Honestly, i'm a little surprised nobody is making nonfiction roller coasters designed to jump off one set of rails and onto another yet. Safety concerns, sure, but there are plenty of unsafe things that people try to do in real life, and some of them succeed, at least some of the time, and plenty of people are not dissuaded by others' failures.)
...But, yeah, Hall of Fame
, for toys or anything else--it's not always about being first
, it's about being famous
, the one people think of and remember when the subject comes up. [/feeble pretense of an attempt to get the thread back on topic]