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  • These thoughts are prompted by the fact that, as mentioned last week, I have been watching a BBC3 serial called Funland now finished -- but it will be back, no doubt.

    How to shock your reader

  • Pinocchio also travels with other boys to a kind of children's paradise called Funland, where there is no school and "the days go by in play and good times from morning till night."

    The Good Bad Boy

  • The very first thing I ran into was "Funland", a bowling-alley/movie theatre/video games gallery near Piccadilly Circus.

    London!

  • That was followed by the penultimate two episodes of 'Funland' on BBC3 - grim stuff, and I really don't know why they keep describing it as a comedy drama, but gripping and intriguing nonetheless.

    Need for Speed

  • She nodded her head vigorously, and I told her that we would go to Funland on Saturday.

    Diversion

  • From your 2002 article, Mr. Kling, you gave this analogy: At the beach where we vacation every summer, my daughters like to ride the bumper cars at an amusement park called Funland.

    Defending what Paul Krugman Wrote, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Two months ago, the Funland arcade closed its doors after 46 years on Yonge St. north of Dundas in Toronto.

    Want your own pinball machine? | Sync Blog

  • Funland remains a favorite with families for its old-timey rides and throwback feel.

    The Mid-Atlantic's Summer Secret

  • Jennifer Merritt/The Wall Street Journal Midway games at Funland, like this goblet toss, cost from a quarter to a dollar per play.

    The Mid-Atlantic's Summer Secret

  • The town sports only a handful of chain shops, and its mile-long boardwalk is dotted with mom-and-pop french-fry shops, locally owned candy stores and even a nostalgic and brightly colored Funland, complete with kiddie rides (tickets still cost just 20 cents).

    Rehoboth Beach, Del.

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