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Foiling Facial Recognition, Fighting Coaster Viruses, Harlan Ellison-Style
This might be the answer to Harlan Ellison's literary dilemma implied in his famous 1967 story I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream.
You can choose your sticker at the entrance gate, but each customer can only get one sticker, so choose carefully! And choose quickly, because stickers are only available while stocks last. So which sticker most resembles your screaming mouth? Is it the “cool, stylish American Comic book” scream? Or the “screaming with joy and having fun” scream? For those with good oral hygiene, perhaps the ‘Nice Teeth’ scream for those who “brush their teeth three times a day without fail” is for you.
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