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  • Birthday 08/16/1990
  1. I went to the park for the first time on Tuesday. It wasn't busy at all, possibly because there were thunderstorms in the forecast. Despite the forecast, it didn't rain at all! We were at the front of the pack that was lead back to I305 in the morning and rode it four times in a row with just a 2-3 minute wait each time. The longest wait of the day was Volcano around 11:30, which was 20-30 minutes. Crowds got even lighter throughout the day - we were able to ride Dominator six times in a row either without getting off or just switching rows when someone was waiting to get in the row we were in
  2. You could look into taking Amtrak or another train, or a Greyhound bus. Holiday World is in the middle of nowhere though, so you may need to have a car once you get into the area anyway. If you decided to fly, your most practical option to fly into would be Louisville International Airport in Louisville, KY, which is around 60-90 minutes away from the park. There is also Evansville Regional Airport in Evansville, IN, which is just under an hour away from the park. However, while Evansville is a mid-sized city, flying there may be more expensive than a major airport such as Louisville.
  3. I'm sitting in the hotel across from Kings Dominion and am going to ride Intimidator 305 for the first time when the park opens in a few hours
  4. That is especially bad to hear now. I'm leaving for DC today with either KD or Busch later this week (most likely Wednesday). However, I have also learned that for the next two weeks at KD it is "Church Youth Days." Has anyone been to the park during this time? Since this is spread over two weeks, maybe the extra crowds that come with it won't be too bad, but I'm not sure.
  5. I had mine removed when I was 18. They were starting to cause two of my other teeth to move slightly out of place, so that was plenty of motivation to hurry up and get them removed. I didn't have any problems after that! I went to work the next morning without any problems. I was buzzed from the pain medication and probably accidentally spit on some customers, but I wasn't in a comatose state or dying from pain!
  6. Yeah, I'm going to go with KD. I305 looks amazing, and several other coasters in the park also look good. Plus it is on the way from D.C to the area in VA where I'm going white water rafting. I haven't had much time or money for trips the past two years since I've been in college, and it will be the same story for the next two years until I graduate, so I need to make the most out of the few opportunities I'll have to ride coasters.
  7. Thanks for your help! I am also considering Kings Dominion now, because I originally thought Intimidator 305 was another B&M hyper, not a badass-looking Intamin. I think Hershey is at the bottom of the list right now, because it is slightly out of the way, though not too bad because it is in southern PA, and also because I worked at Cedar Point during the summer of '09, so I don't really want to choose a park whose main attraction (for me, at least) isn't as good as a coaster I've already rode countless times.
  8. I started out studying Cultural Anthropology, but have since changed it to a major in Geographic Information Systems with minors in Computer Science and Natural Resources Management.
  9. Hey, guys! Later this month, I am going to travel from Central Indiana to Washington, DC and also am going rafting and zip-lining in VA. I have time for one park in the general area, and I've narrowed it down to either Busch Gardens Europe, Hersheypark, or Kings Dominion? Which park do you prefer?
  10. No. If you were you were walking in a cemetery and a zombie approached you asking for a cigarette, would you give them one?
  11. While I will never in this lifetime eat one of these disgusting looking things, I don't care if other people do. People should be free to eat crap like this if they want. The large amount of coverage this has been getting in the media is a little ridiculous I think.
  12. I don't think enforcing reasonable rules (I would include cell phones in that) is oppression, but I do think ridiculous rules as well as dress codes is. I don't see why they would take the time to make up rules about facial hair (or something else equally unimportant) in schools when there are much bigger issues to deal with. More people end up in an administrator's office because of silly rules like that than they do for serious offenses that go unnoticed because of the focus lying elsewhere. Do I think cell phones should be allowed out in class? No. Do I think there are bigger issues that th
  13. It isn't about the cell phones. I wish that you would look at the bigger picture here. I would think that your wish of spending tax dollars on enforcing dumb, pointless rules would take a back seat to the more important issue of graduation rates and test scores. Students would likely learn more if they weren't forced to obey pointless rules. My argument behind that is if they were treated with any amount of respect and weren't greeted at school with screaming cops and administrators restricting their creativity for absolutely no reason, then they would be more likely to stay in school and
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