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  1. We went a few weeks ago, and honestly... it's the best Six Flags could do. Which isn't a knock whatsoever. It's a humble attempt at some holiday fun. I'm sure it's a bit overpriced, but if you're stuck in So Cal and don't mind paying a little, and maybe waiting up to an hour from the time you enter the parking tolls to the backstage entrance, it's worth it. The areas that are decorated are pretty decent, and this is probably the only time lots of people can drive their cars through a park. Pull in the side mirrors between the JetStream supports.
  2. Wow. I just found this randomly while searching the web for something unrelated. The file is long gone. RIP. (What a nerd I was 10 years ago)
  3. Since when did triumph ever start with neon fluorescent lighting? If anything, a power outage was a blessing.
  4. *climbs out from under rock* Some might consider it cool to be able to pick the next color scheme for ad covered trains / stations.
  5. Loss Prevention roams the park in undercover clothing. Of course, they're usually looking for crimes harsher than line jumping. But I know they often catch violators of everything.
  6. I know the Disneyland Resort has its own Anaheim Police Department sub station on property in clear view of guests.
  7. If I ever caught any groups or person vandalizing , destroying, line cutting, or breaking any sort of park rule I'd round up any 18+ volunteer ride ops / leads to personally detain them until security / sheriffs arrived. Not sure if its protocol , but it worked. And it made all the guests rather happy. It also beats calling security and waiting 20 minutes for them to arrive. But it takes a lot of initiative for that sort of action to occur. As it goes above and beyond what your duty calls for, but wanting extreme changes comes with extreme actions. I've also had many guests who would follow rule breaking guests around the park and then point them out to security when they would arrive. Point being, there are good apples and bad apples. But more often than not the bad apples are the ones that get noticed.
  8. That's a bit of a generalization don't you think? Especially considering all the new changes that have been going on throughout the Six Flags company?
  9. Not likely, ride operators have far too many other things to worry about.
  10. SuperShawn, I don't want to step on anyone's toes ... but the park has been known to close certain attractions a bit earlier if there's an event that begins right at park close.
  11. ... These are just things people say all the time. Pardon the guests for not knowing everything. . Perhaps we could start a thread called "Weirdest things you've heard the CEs say". Now that would be a thread!
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