Corn mazes! Indoor water slides! Ring-tailed lemurs! Find all sorts of family fun in MA at: http://t.co/ENG0FZxmv1 pic.twitter.com/nYFwOPWTu4
— Visit Massachusetts (@VisitMA) October 20, 2014
Never mind the Angusian level of exclamation point use, consider how low the great state of Massachusetts has fallen.
I'm not sure what's worse, the recommendations or the fact that the recommendations are so borderline untrue.
I checked Wikipedia and it turns out that Lemurs are NOT endemic to MA (who knew?). So they are suggesting traveling to MA just to go to the zoo. And "indoor water slides"? Do the good people of the Tourism office want you to take a time machine back to the 80s and stay at a Holidome? Finally corn mazes (a) are dangerous and terrifying, and (b) require more space than the entire state of MA to construct properly.
What do you think is the over/under on the percent of MA visitors this fall who participate in all three of these activities?
I'll set the number at 2.5%. Tell me in the comments which side you want.
People, if crap like this can happen, why did we even have the American Revolution at all?