Five Ways to Get Ready For The Next Great Recession

In 1973, Six Flags Over Georgia introduced the Great American Scream Machine, which was, at the time, the largest and fastest roller coaster in the world. Riders were ratcheted to the top of a hill, dropped to the earth below, and then, just when they thought the worst was over, dropped again. Within just a few minutes, the ride was over, and victims were back where they started, with windblown hair, abdominal discomfort, a story to tell, and sometimes a commitment never to do something like that again. This classic roller coaster is still at Six Flags, dwarfed by several other taller and faster coasters.

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