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  • jesse
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    Originally posted by sleepstealer
    You forgot "No bottles in the pool!"
    And the all important "no playing football with glass vodka bottles"

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  • sleepstealer
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    Originally posted by Contrarian
    No running on the deck, no jumping into the shallow end, no excessive splashing, no pushing or shoving of others into the pool, no kicking or scratching and no peeing.
    You forgot "No bottles in the pool!"

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  • boogah
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    Originally posted by DJ Jackalope
    I wanna go back to a couple years ago on a sat night where a pool of money got started to see who was brave and would eat this gigantisaur cockroach that had just randomly fallen on a pool table....

    the pot I heard was up to $175 for eating it. And someone got the money after a large gulp of beer. (YUCK)
    That was the best $10 I threw in for a dare ever.

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  • DJ Jackalope
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    What do rats have to do with a defcon pool party?

    I wanna go back to a couple years ago on a sat night where a pool of money got started to see who was brave and would eat this gigantisaur cockroach that had just randomly fallen on a pool table....

    the pot I heard was up to $175 for eating it. And someone got the money after a large gulp of beer. (YUCK)

    lope

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  • astcell
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    RATS!

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  • Fused
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    http://www.snopes.com/science/poolpiss.htm

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  • Fused
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    Originally posted by astcell
    What's that dye they use in some places that turns urine red so that if you pee in the pool everyone sees it? Sounds like a fun toy to use.
    let me ask my mommy.

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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by Contrarian
    No running on the deck, no jumping into the shallow end, no excessive splashing, no pushing or shoving of others into the pool, no kicking or scratching and no peeing.
    What's that dye they use in some places that turns urine red so that if you pee in the pool everyone sees it? Sounds like a fun toy to use.

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  • Siviak
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    no Jackalope.. that qualifys as FUN! I mean skipping has become an event over the years.. so enjoy it




    *note: Management not responsible for lost or broken teeth, sun burns, broken sprits/legs/arms/backs/or pools, also not to be held responsible are the spectators or random passer-bys, having nothing to do with the skipping itself by mearly having nothing better to do than watch.

    Thank You,
    The Managment*

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  • DJ Jackalope
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    Does two-man skipping of girls to see how many times they skip across the pool count as excessive pushing?

    lope

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  • Contrarian
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    No running on the deck, no jumping into the shallow end, no excessive splashing, no pushing or shoving of others into the pool, no kicking or scratching and no peeing.

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  • DJ Jackalope
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    Just saw some kids throwing down some records by one of the pools on sat night last year..

    just checking out the scene.

    moo!

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  • noid
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    You're probably the 5th person who has talked about doing this. I'll give you the same advice I've given the others. Dont. First off, I dont think theres power (that we can use anyways) out there. There is also a noise issue with the hotel. The DJ room is fine, as its contained, but outside noise carries a bit, and the hotel will have a problem with that. The other issue is simply, not everyone likes to hear booming techno. I know, its hard to believe, but its true. Right now, if you dont like electronic music, you can avoid the DJ area, but when its right out there with everything else theres nowhere you can go. Think of a type of music you dont like. Now think of being immersed in it wether you want to be or not. Would get old quick wouldn't it? With the various room parties and the DJ room, theres plenty of music available for those that want to listen to it, lets leave a few options open for those that dont want to be surrounded by it.

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  • astcell
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    I believe it entirely depends on which pool you will use!

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  • DarkStar
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    I would probably call them and ask them their policy just to be sure...

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