GOOD DAY FOR: Amusing foreigners, as U.S. theme park chain Six Flags signed up to help Dubai build a 5 million square foot amusement park in the giant Dubailand entertainment complex. It is Six Flags’ first project outside of the U.S. (Reuters) Separately, the struggling Hong Kong Disneyland is targeting China’s new generation of yuppies to reverse its fortunes. (AP in

BAD DAY FOR: Bad drivers, after a AAA report found that traffic crashes cost Americans $164 billion a year. The costs, which are greater per person in small cities, include factors like property damage, medical and legal costs, lost wages, and traffic delays. Yet unlike bad traffic, AAA said, the 43,000 U.S. driving fatalities a year “barely registers as a blip in most people’s minds.” (AP in Yahoo! Finance)