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Regarding Jungle Jims's my opinion is that everything should be in the listed in the guide that the place is located in, so not to confuse the reader. Pertaining to Kings Island and the other amusement parks that are listed, but aren't in the city proper this can be best explained as providing some information about the amusement parks for those passing by. The information about Kings Island is also included Warren County (Ohio) and Mason (Ohio). I doubt anyone is going to drive forty minutes out of their way to see Jungle Jim's itself so I wouldn't include the information in the Cincinnati guide. If one was to argue that Jungle Jim's is a "Cincinnati" landmark my counter argument would be that it's more of a Middletown (Ohio) attraction since the place is closer to Middletown, or even Hamilton (Ohio) because Hamilton is less than five or so miles from Jungle Jim's. I liken this to saying Wright Patterson Air Force Base is in Middletown, or saying Niel Armstrong, who grew up in Wapakoneta, came from Lima (Ohio) simply because Lima is better known.

Thanks for the questions, and contributions. I made a lot of mistakes when I started out and did some things that went against the grain so feel free to ask questions, argue for one side over another, everything helps. -- Sapphire(Talk) • 23:09, 12 April 2007 (EDT)