^ I believe you mean "sense", but I have to agree with you - it doesn't make since nor sense.
I guess that ( and this is just my craziest theory yet - mind you
) the state of Kentucky and Louisville probably don't want us riders and amusement park flyers around anymore. Here we had was not one, but several attempts to reopen the park, and those higher ups in charge end up throwing out roadblock after roadblock, thus causing so much delay that the project got stalled and soon was cancelled.PAUSE TO TAKE A DEEP BREATH
Now I'm not an expert, but I think that this sort of tactic can cause some unexpected side effects, and I think we should show them we are NOT HAPPY
about this situation one bit!ANOTHER PAUSE TO TAKE A DEEP BREATH
But what can we do to protest this in a way that won't leave us arrested and blackballed on a terrorist watch list for the rest of our days? The solution is simple: we boycot Kentucky! We don't travel to any destination inside Kentucky, we don't tour any attraction site within the state of Kentucky, and we don't spend any travel money inside Kentucky, PERIOD! If enough travelers took that sort of action, the lack of revenue should cause an alarm, inasmuch cause those higher ups to beg for anyone to come in and reopen Kentucky Kingdom. Of course, that is wishful thinking, but it could work and it's something I know I'll be doing this summer.PAUSE TO LAUGH LIKE AN EVIL MASTERMIND
So anyway, that is my take and the main reason why I'm traveling to St. Louis and Branson this year, and not to Louisville. "And now pause to go to bed and lay your head upon mine."