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    Jason X versus the Robot Space Donkey!
  • Birthday 10/01/1986
  1. I still see Phase 2 of Harry Potter being the rest of Lost Continent, getting rid of Sindbad (eh), Poseidon (yay) and Mythos (boo), probably for something resembling Diagon Alley and probably resembling what the plans are for the Harry Potter at Universal Hollywood. Though my hopes are with all that it will become Sharktopus and the greatest thing known to man and alien, I think this is more for Transformers. Spielberg already dropped a couple months back when talking about Transformers for Singapore and CA that an Orlando one should be announced soon, and I think the space for Jaws is eno
  2. Done and done. I really loved Mainland Europe and The New Hottness tours, with China and Italy also piquing interest. Damn you funds! Why must you be so low?!?
  3. Daaaaaaaaaaaaaamn right on that "really nice Disney resorts" part. And someone beat me to the punch that Russel is digesting the blackened soul of Facebook a$$hat.
  4. "Explain the options" = We don't have the money anymore. This will only get messier. Oof, what a total debacle. At least Prince Desmond was honest.
  5. Come on Wagamama. I'd totally want that at the Wharf. It's a good way to solve the problem of Downtown being dead, but it's evident that they have no interest in recapturing the audience PI once had.
  6. I just rode the Summer Nightastic overlay for WDW's Tower. I will say now, I'm going to go blow by blow for the whole experience (for a reason I'll get to) so if you want to be surprised, gloss over or plug your ears and eyes and go "LALALALALA" for a while. The beginning walk up is about the same. The music is much clearer and the lobby looks great. Not much different here. In the Library, the lightning and lighting effects were far more drastic, complete with the window in great sync. Then the fun really began. They totally reworked the sound and lighting design in load, making the load
  7. If memory serves correctly, I think Hersheypark had a mini Himalaya at one point in time. I want to say it was also in Carousel/Founder's Circle, but don't quote me on that. Fun TR! It's really neat to find those old gems out there.
  8. Though I don't speak Japanese, I do know what Fuji-Q means. I saw this on YouTube today and felt it very appropriate for the TPR audience. If my interpretation is correct, this is a Fuji-Q advertisement (or parody, I honestly can't tell) utilizing a Fuji-Q themed Super Sentai (a.k.a. the Power Rangers) group. Now if only the park was actually this entertaining...
  9. It's been a long time since I've been there, but when I went I put Oblivion on the multi-ride list too. Yeah, it's short, but I thoroughly enjoyed it and mini-marathoned it and Nemesis. The gimmick search style of marketing isn't exclusive to just Alton, but Merlin Entertainments seem to really try for it more than most, between Alton and Thorpe, looking at Thirteen this year and Saw last year. It's a very risky venture and one that seems to burn really fast.
  10. Ahh, life is good if I can get a good game of pinball. My go-to favorites would be The Addams Family machine and The Twilight Zone machine, though those are getting harder and harder to find in what little arcades are left. Down here at WDW, we mainly have the Pirates of the Caribbean machine (of course), but if you look around there's some verity around the different resort arcades and at Tomorrowland Light and Power, mainly Stern machines like World Poker Tour, RollerCoaster Tycoon, NASCAR, and the newer Indiana Jones machine (which has the easiest 8 ball multi-ball ever). The exception bei
  11. They seem to be really trying to mirror what Disney does with the DCL, but with a traditional cruising twist. I'm very interested to see what the first reports from the Epic are like. It looks like a really good ship experience to me.
  12. I think Robb's quote of looks to be pretty on the money. I think once the landscaping gets in there and grows up a bit, it'll be even more interesting. Is it the biggest most thrilling ride in the world? No, but it's interesting and looks like a blast. It might suffer from being a little over-hyped, but as long as it's fun, that's what matters.
  13. For me, growing up in the DC Metro area, I can totally see your point of view. Ashley, on the other hand, growing up in the Northwest totally misses the "nicer people" and "better drivers" from her home.
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