if you were on a Vekoma, and there was an earthquake, would the two negatives equal a positive thus giving it a smoother ride?
personally, I don't think you could feel an earthquake on a Vekoma or Arrow.
I was on Magnum when I caught something grey churning up the waters of Lake Erie on August 15 of last year. When I exited the ride, I saw a more-developed waterspout, maybe a couple of miles off the Cedar Point shores! Thankfully, it never reached land...
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