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  1. Hurler was actually fairly smooth last week when I rode it. That being said, I still wouldn't bat an eye if it was replaced.
  2. Pretty awesome days yesterday and Friday at the park. Friday crowds were nonexistent because of the slight rain, and yesterday was a bit windy, but great weather overall. Fury and Intimidator were closed most of yesterday because of the wind, but I was able to sneak in two rides on Intimidator during periods of being open, and able to ride Fury Friday night, so no biggie there. I was very pleasantly surprised with Copperhead Strike, and really enjoyed that. Also a plus that it and Afterburn stayed running in the cold and high winds, and were right next to each other so I could keep going back and forth lol. I didn't know what to expect being so early in the season, but the only major coaster still down was Nighthawk with no train even on the track yet. But such is life, and as a first time visitor, I really enjoyed this park. I definitely hope to be back sooner rather than later.
  3. Yeah this is the same country that also pays WWE $100 million per year to hold two large-scale events over there every year. I doubt they even blink an eye at $80 million.
  4. Not to derail some of these ideas, but that plot of land will more than likely be used for the location of the chef-inspired restaurant that was mentioned here.
  5. Technically that timeframe is doable considering Cedar Point painted Mantis very quickly, and still even ran it as Mantis with Rougarou's color scheme before they closed for the year in 2014. So it really comes down to how long they want it to take. Yes I know, different setting, on a hillside vs flat land, and so on. But realistically, as Bill said, probably a long time considering this is Six Flags.
  6. It sounds like The Mummy will also be closing temporarily from January 2022 until the "end of summer" 2022 for technical improvements.
  7. That happened to me at Cedar Point earlier this year in June. Anything more than 30 seconds of rain (sometimes even mixed in with sun at the same time) shut down 90%+ of the park when I was there. This happened a few times, and there was even one instance where they were still in the process of shutting everything down when the rain had already stopped, cleared away, and the sun was shining. Yet they still proceeded to stand around waiting in the sun for however many minutes until the SOP said it was safe to resume again. I'm glad to see them adjusting their policy a bit to be less strict with a little bit of rain.
  8. Pretty amazing week this past week. We had 2 days at HS, and got 6 total rides on Rise of the Resistance. After the initial rush, the standby line really dies down and the actual waits were typically much less than posted. If there's no one in the outside portion of the queue, it was safe to say that the wait was never more than 25 min. I think 2 or 3 of those times we even waited 15 min.
  9. Looks like most, if not all of the rides are listed for sale. I'm not sure if posting the link is permitted, but they're on a commonly-used site for used rides. Blue Streak was listed with the carousel, but that listing has since been changed to only the carousel. Someone pass me more forks to stick in this place.
  10. As someone who only visits once maybe every 5-10 years, I like this. I can see both sides of the argument, but this takes off a bit of the stress and FOMO knowing I'll have a better chance at doing everything I want to do without worry, since I likely won't be back again for a while (assuming Genie has been rolled out when I go in a month). If I do have any criticisms, I wish that perhaps you were given maybe 1 free LL pass on one of the "Tier A" rides before you get into the pay per ride territory, especially if you're a resort guest. However, I'm definitely curious and excited to see how it all plays out and works when it officially goes live.
  11. Not surprising, Cedar Point has tweeted out a statement saying that Top Thrill Dragster will be closed for the remainder of the season.
  12. Talk about grim...there was supposed to be a "Corn, Chili, & Ribs" festival at the park this weekend, but no vendors were in sight. A worker at the craft show taking place in the old bumper cars structure said that the reason was because no vendors signed up for it. There was one guy in the corner yesterday selling corn, and that's it. The future for this place never did look too bright, but I don't see how the park can be "saved" when there's no support like this. I give them credit for trying different ideas, but it seems to be only a matter of time at this point.
  13. I usually don't get disappointed with ride removals, but this one hits different I understand it, but can't say I'm not a bit bummed. Looking forward to seeing what they end up doing with that area though!
  14. I've been living for those Insta stories the past few days. Love it! Thanks for sharing!
  15. Hoping they bring back their ticket and FL+ combo deal this black Friday like they were doing every year pre-covid. The $76 they charged for that was an absolute steal. I would still buy it even if they hiked up the price significantly.
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