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The Disneylander

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  1. I was actually referring to its density of awesome coasters. Didn't really mean to go political, but if you took it that way then I apologize.
  2. First Happy Magic Water Cube and now a the World Chocolate Dream Park. I'm tellin' ya, those Chinese people have gotten it right. Now I really need to make a trip out there. Megalite + chocolate park = awesome. Hopefully I'll be able to take a side trip when I'm in Hong Kong next summer!
  3. Wow. I'm very very very x 100 impressed! This looks absolutely fantastic, the level of detail on this thing is phenomenal. Looks like I have a reason to go back to IoA.
  4. Yes! I agree 100%. I would much rather have Magnum's "painful" ejector than lame B&M floater air. Riding in the back of Magnum, it does hurt, but it's awesome flying out of your seat up-and-down through tunnels. I love it. See, I prefer floater air over ejector air. Every time I experience ejector air, it feels like my stomach is up to my throat, and I don't really like that sensation although I could see how some people like it. Just not my cup of tea.
  5. I've always felt that Magnum was overrated ever since I rode it last summer. Yeah, it's got a ton of airtime, but not the good kind. I could hardly feel my thighs after I rode that thing. I think I prefer parabolic hills a little better, but each to his own.
  6. Hopefully the new shade of blue fits in with the surroundings. It looks okay by itself, but I'm withholding judgment until I actually see it for myself as to how it fits in. I was hoping for a little darker shade of blue, but this is fine too.
  7. I'm all for an upgrading the effects and renewing old ones, but it's a bit of a stretch to call it a new ride, IMO.
  8. I'm glad that the employees are getting the care they deserve. The past few times I went, I saw a marked change in their behaviour -- they were treating guests well and with respect. It's definitely a step in the right direction. As to Batman's new color scheme, I think I'll withhold judgment until I see it in person, but I'm hopeful it'll turn out well.
  9. The last time I took a trip to the Mountain (last summer) Viper was running absolutely amazing. Not a single headbanging moment to be found. It wasn't a fluke, because I went on it about five times throughout the course of the day, and each ride experience was simply great. Maintenance perhaps? It's strange, because every other Arrow looper I've ridden has been pretty rough, to say the least.
  10. I agree. You've got a little too high hopes if you're serious about wanting to win an NE accolade when this is your first work. Short steps are the key, start out with mini parks and designs and learn from the best. Download previous winners and analyze them, and then start on your own designs. It's going to take a while, don't be too eager.
  11. The nighttime Time Machine pic is my new desktop. Great pics!
  12. As much as I like Alien Encounter and believe in its superiority over the god-awful Stitch, it doesn't belong at a Magic Kingdom park, IMO. At some of the second gates it would do fine, but it just didn't mesh with the theme of Tomorrowland they had going for the Magic Kingdom. It was an awesome show, but they chose an unfortunate place to open it.
  13. Now that I think about it a little bit, blue might not be so bad after all. A very dark blue and black would look pretty nice and a little more 'new Batman' like than plain grey. But as it's been pointed out, it's Georgia's Batman that's getting the paint, not ours. False alarm.
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