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Universal Studios The lights were as bright as Las Vegas at night the smell was a mix somewhere between popcorn and cinnamon rolls and the people well they ranged from excited teenagers to scared little kids Where was I I was a Universal Studios A park where adults have a chance to become kids again A person cannot even begin to imagine the spectacular lights at a place like Universal Studios during the night Some of the blues were as bright as the sky after a spring rain and others were as dark as the sea during a brutal thunderstorm Each ride was lit up with different colors One of the rides The Incredible Hulk trademark color was a lime green When I first walked into the building which was designed as a scientists wrecked lab I saw file cabinets turned over and enormous tubes with a vast array of colored bubbles in them The building was so full of color that it was traumatic to the human eye When I got onto the ride and it started to go up I saw bright flashing green lights and I have never been so scared in my life At the top of the ride I saw the most amazing things I saw millions of people people of every different race I also saw every light in the color spectrum It was the most spectacular thing I have ever seen There was chaos There was noise I never knew that there could be so many different noises There were people talking all types of languages Some were speaking English others Spanish On one of the rides Men In Black there were alien who spoke in funny squeamish little voices Others talked through their noses some sounded like high pitch little mice Some were music to my ears others were more like fingernails on a chalkboard There were noises coming from computers that sounded like they should be
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