This is really becoming a pathetic, sick joke.
First off, he is posting all of this information to a fan website, which has a mere 338 members. I am NOT knocking the website, in fact I'm all for it (and for fansites in general). This man needs to become a little bit better educated in the ways of "Public Relations", and perhaps, having a competent person proofread his messages BEFORE they are posted would be a good start!
The New Mayor and Police Chief may help to change the minds of investors, so for now all I can do is keep working to that end, and so I am still here, still working and still holding on to a small hope that a way can be found to save your park.
Once again, this man is seriously demented. He only wants to save "your"
park. He has absolutely NO vested interested in what's going on there, except to try and make a buck. At one time he was claiming that the only thing holding things up was the "old" mayor, as the new mayor would make things happen.
Tick, tock. Tick, tock. Tick, tock. Tick, tock.
Failing that I am sure that the park will be torn down, and I will try and build a new park in Mississippi. If that is to be the parks fate then I will ask the City to allow my company to save the rides that can be saved so maybe the Mega Zeph will ride again. Time will tell.
All the Best
This just absofreakinlutely cracks me up! (Not to mention, AGAIN, that Danny Rogers has shown a complete LACK of grammatical skills!!! (Use a few commas, you moron!)) Am I the only one that gets the impression that Mr. Rogers thinks that if the fate of the park is doomed, that the city will just GIVE him the rides to go open a new park, in another state??
Or, even more of a joke - sell him the rides?? With what money?? Didn't HIS
company (SSAI) FAIL
to come up with a payment of sorts late last year of a mere $500,000, to continue the pursuit of securing "GO zone bonds" (Or something to that effect)??
Now, this is strictly *MY*
opinion here below: IF
(and that's a big "IF"
) he were to open a new park in Mississippi, the ONLY logical thing that *I* could fathom would be some kind of place similar to Kemah Boardwalk, near one of the more popular gambling riverboat landings. I'm also talking about 3-5 rides, tops. That's about it. Not a bad idea, but not good either
. As a few have stated before, Mississippi doesn't scream amusement park, either in population or general demographics.
Airtime&Gravity wrote:Well, you have to give him credit for not giving up, even though he should have a long time ago.
I'm glad he's still at it. He's so entertaining. I wonder what he'll try next? A hostile takeover of Disney?
Why couldn't this have been posted before April 1st??? We could have ran with this so well!!
Oh well, I'm quite sure that Danny Rogers will still be selling his sad story next year as well. Maybe I'll still get it in time for a good April Fools day joke!!