Magazine June 25, 2018, Issue

The Art of ‘Who Cares?’

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Over Memorial Day weekend, I embarked on a quest fit for only the most valiant of parents: A three-day out-of-town theme-park extravaganza. The destination was the Universal Orlando resort, a set of three adjacent parks featuring, among other things, the Incredible Hulk roller coaster. The Hulk is a gigantic green twisting machine that earnestly warns you about the dangers of gamma rays while you wait in line. Next, it launches you out of a giant tube to the sound of an enraged Hulk roar. Finally, it whips you along a track looping seven times at a top speed of 67

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Heather Wilhelm is a columnist for National Review. Her work has also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, RealClearPolitics, the Washington Examiner, Commentary magazine, the Dallas Morning News, the Miami Herald, and the Kansas City Star

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