3.05.2007

I Still Think The Water Gardens Looks Dangerous

(Pic from the front page of the Star-Telegram today)

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is totally ridiculous that the Water Gardens has been closed so long. What parent lets their little kids roam free in a strange (to them) major city? How many signs warning of danger, slippery surfaces, take children by the hand and no swimming does it take? There were plenty all around the water garderns before the accident. How did my little girls manage somehow to go down to the bottom of the water gardens about five times every summer for years and not fall in? Novel idea: they had a parent with them holding their hand. BARRY AARGH...WHY DO I HAVE TO REENTER THE CODE ON SO MANY OCCASSIONS. IT'S HARD TO READ ANYWAY, MUCH LESS TWICE. This is the end of the line for me. I'm out.

Anonymous said...

10:56, Barry has no control over the code in any way. It's just part of the blog website that you have to deal with regardless of whose blog you're commenting on. Don't like it, don't leave a comment.

comment4U said...

11:16 didn't have coffee this morning. 10:56, the codes drive me crazy too...especially when the "Visual Verification" notice flashes up withOUT the code. Ugh. But if one doesn't use them, you get 115 spammer "comments" overnight...it's a pain.

Glad the Gardens have re-opened. I don't know how more people haven't plummetted in either. Still, they're beautiful and the danger aspect is strangely mesmerizing.

Anonymous said...

They are not that dangerous if common sense is anywhere near. The water garden is beautiful and should be enjoyed by all.

Anonymous said...

Libs have a knack for making anything dangerous. Barry, stay away from those monkey bars at Harmon Park!

Anonymous said...

I worked in downtown Fort Worth for several years & on our lunch breaks we would walk down to the Water Gardens & sit & eat our lunch. It was a peaceful, tranquil lunch break & you completely forgot about work for a little bit. I'm glad they opened it back up.