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Everything posted by Calvin

  1. Oh good, I can ride Viper, alone, for two hours. Schweet! Hope the people going have fun and take lots of captionable photos!
  2. IKEA is so fraggin' cool. If Fresno built one downtown it would get all the revenue it needs.
  3. ^ Liar, I hate Fresno. V Has never been to Fresno but would probably hate it, too.
  4. I like them both for different reasons. I like S&S Space Shots for their sudden force, it's fun, and Intamins for the extended drop.
  5. LMAO!!! LMAO!!!!! STILL LMAO!!!! Ok, ok....need to take a breath. Seriously....do you REALLY think that a totally un-popular ride, that has sat there rusting away for nearly 4 years is going to be "refurbished and sent to another park?" NO FREAKING WAY!!! It's dead...gone....HISTORY! SFMM totally suffers from the "Quantity over Quality" syndrome. If it were up to me, I'd rip down not only Psyclone & Flashback but X, Deja Vu, Viper, Superman, & Revolution. I mean, they would still have a totally kick a$$ coaster line up with Tatsu, Batman, Riddler's, Scream!, Goliath, Ninja, Colossus, Gold Rusher, & the two kiddies. Something for everyone in that mix. Kids, families and thrill seekers. --Robb Haha, calm down. I was sort of joking, there. I'd recommend against taking Revolution down, instead give it a big ol' makeover. Retrack it, get new trains, but who am I kidding...it's a staple of the park, for me, and I'd hate to see it gone. It's fun (if you keep your head away from the restraints).
  6. A report of Traumatizer I read described it pretty well, how it wasn't very exciting and when you hit the brakes its like you fell asleep when the train came off the lift and can't really remember experiencing anything. I remember it being like that on Kong. The lift was actually the most exciting part, looking wayyy down there at the ground, and then the train slinks off the lift and slithers down the first drop and then I kind of get jostled around a bit and then suddenly there are the brakes.
  7. Maybe they're taking Flashback down to refurbish it to move it somewhere else. I certainly hope so. If it were refurbished it could be really terrific. I'm happy about the new train addition. Walking from one end of the park to the other is a pain. I hope it's a monorail. Monorails are way cooler than mini trains.
  8. Just finished watching this. Easily the scariest movie I have ever seen, hands-down. Goes far beyond anything I have ever seen and into the depths of the stuff that nightmares are made of. With a brilliant performance by Ellen Burstyn and gorgeous directing by Darren Aronofsky, Requiem for a Dream easily fits into my top 50 list. 10/10 I'm dying to talk to someone about this movie.
  9. Nope! It's Lost Highway. BASEketball. "Now we come to step three. This... drives... most... people... crazy."
  10. Side note on name: TEACHER: See how his name was all in lower case? Lewis Caroll did that for an artistic flourish. KID: No, he did that because he was a crack, heroine, and morphine addict. I believe strongly in good grammar and english skills in general. It helps you to look better and more professional and far more smarter.
  11. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind "We've met before, haven't we?"
  12. You have vertical loop awesomeness, so yes, but the train's not at the very top, so you lose points. 99.9% yes. Have you ever seen Kramer vs. Kramer? If not, go rent it.
  13. Eh, I haven't made a Dippn' Dots joke in about the same amount of time. Take it or leave it.
  14. With slide whistle for comical effect!
  15. Purple. Cos I'm the PURPLE PEOPLE EATER.
  16. Eejanaika Eejanaika! *ching ching ching* Eejanaika Eejanaika! *ching ching ching* Eejanaika Eejanaika! Yaaay! I wonder if there are any "Manly" themed coasters?
  17. There was a funny story about Richard Feynman in Japan. He ordered a box dinner which had a bunch of stuff in it. It came with a little bowl and inside, floating in vaguely goopy stuff, was a small, hard ball. He was terrified of it and didn't eat it. Later, he asked the waitress what it was. "Iki. It means water chestnut."
  18. I actually heard someone say this at Marine World, honest to God. "Well poop on a griddle and call it a pancake! That's the biggest whale I ever saw!" It's not a proverb, but it's pretty memorable. I don't remember what he was so astonished about, but I'm pretty sure it had to do with the water show.
  19. Oh come on, Kong is pretty darn smooth in comparison to, say, Manhurtin' Express or Desperateforexedrino. Man, Las Vegas must not be good for roller coasters...
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