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What exactly is an "outdoor amusement business"?


When I hear that term I think of Carnival's and the games that cheat people out of their money. But please, correct me if I'm wrong! Also I would like to point out, just as a fun fact, that the word "muse" means "to meditate on" or essentially to be in thought, and the prefix "a-" means "not" or "without." So to be amused essentially means, "to be without thought." I'm not critisizing! I'm just sayin'. Grace to you!

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