Skycoastin I am too stupid to spell Steel Vengeance so I'll just write SteVe and pretend I'm being cool wrote:
Bryce232 wrote:This doesn't surprise me. I have seen stupid GP comments on every single one of Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits's videos. I feel bad for the guy who has to respond to all of their pointless questions/statements.
Serves them right for shooting illegal POVs everywhere they go.
I think Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits's videos are taken with permission. Notice they don't put their cameras down when the On-Ride photo comes up and they take the POV videos in the stations, unlike the other illegal videos.
FeelTheFORCE wrote: My vote goes to anything and everything Arrow. They just seem to be too much of maintenance nightmares as time goes on, and aren't necessarily as popular as they used to be. Now, coasters like Magnum, Gemini, and X2 will probably stay for a while, but with coasters like BBW, GASM, and Eagle's Fortress being removed, and Kennywood re-doing phantom's first drop, nothing Arrow is safe, in my opinion.
MayTheGForceBeWithYou wrote:^^Water coasters are credits for some people, but don't count for others. Whether or not you count it is up to you.
It's kind of like how I refuse to ride kiddie coasters, like the ones where the ride op has to stop it themselves and you have to have a little kid to ride. They are credits but I don't really count them because I'm not a kid height anymore.
UrbanLegend wrote: This is inexcusable even by GP standards. I would assume that there's a general consensus for what a 'wooden roller coaster' is: Chain lift hill, PTC cars, a fairly spread-out layout, and no inversions. Flight of Fear has none of these elements. I would love to have heard the thought process that led them to conclude that a coaster that launches you from a standstill into 4 inversions and an incredibly twisted layout (all in a building not much bigger than a McDonald's PlayPlace) is made of wood.
1: Lightning Run, 2: El Toro, 3: Maverick, 4: Xcelerator, 5: Voyage, 6: TTD, 7: Gold Striker, 8: El Loco (Vegas), 9: Millennium Force, 10: Kingda Ka Coaster Credits: 110 (89 steel, 21 wood); Last Coaster Credit: Raptor (CP) [8/22/14]; Last Park Credit: Waldameer [8/21/14] What a season pass??
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