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About jslim39

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    There is no such thing as a donkey punch.
  • Birthday 01/11/1993
  1. So yeah if anybody hears about when this opens, sound the alarm bells please. I have vacation June 14th-21st and I plan on spending maybe 1 full day back home in Pittsburgh, and the rest will be in Virginia Beach. I've gone to Kennywood every year my whole life until last year, and now that the bandaid has been ripped off, I sure can skip another year. I'll be really disappointed, but if Steel Curtain isn't open by my vacation, I'm just going to King's Dominion....
  2. Hey man, that's just what I saw... no reason for me to lie about that,and I think I can demonstrate honesty here, especially when my claim about Millennium being down and other ride malfunctions seem to be substantiated by other users. We walked up to it and my first thought was that it looked like an oversized, dirty and beaten looking mouthguard. When I picked it up, it was hot (like coaster wheels get) and the piece was about 16 inches long and really shredded looking, but it was arched in the shape of a perfect circle, and about an inch and a half thick and three inches wide (approxi
  3. So I haven't posted in a long time, but I figured I'd post about my first trip back to Cedar Point in like, 5 years? 1st off, Gatekeeper, Steel Vengeance, and Valravn were the three coasters that were new to me (I don't necessarily count Rougarou). All three were absolutely phenomenal. 2nd - wow the mechanical issues and downed rides was ridiculous... Millennium, Dragster, Gatekeeper, Rougarou, and Valravn were all down at the same time once this early afternoon. Millenium didn't open till about 6:15, and that truly stressed me out all day since it is my favorite coaster here. Thankful
  4. So can anyone fill me in here on the new coaster rumors? Haven't made it to KW yet this year (first summer EVER), but am going to a Fright Night. Saw my mom post the WTAE article about the Jammer closing, and I read through a few pages here and am seeing little RMC hints and possible coaster plans? What's the scoop?
  5. I'll start by saying B&M inverts are my no.1 favorite type of coaster to date, and all these I list are all amazing rides, but I'm being picky for the sake of this list. Unfortunately I've only been on five so far, but that makes this list easy to make 5. Dueling Dragons/Dragon Challenge - Ice - when I went to Universal (10 years ago) I rode this one once and Fire four times. For some reason, this one just left no impression on me. I'll be going back this summer again so I'll see whether that changes, but I don't remember the ride FEELING special. 4. Goliath (SFFT) - Great coaster,
  6. The last few pictures.... CHEESE CURDS ARE AWESOME!!!! Another perk of living in WI, I never heard of these when I lived in PA As you can see I love food On ride photo bonus!!!
  7. So after five years of living only four hours away, I FINALLY got myself out to Minneapolis. First stop was Mall of America, and was pleasantly surprised by Nick Universe. I didn't do a whole lot of research, and expected a few coasters and an arcade maybe. But wow they packed a lot into that place!!! I was stoked to see all the flat rides that flew up and down and around in what seemed like not that large of an area. The biggest hidden gem to me was the log flume ride, which was a blast, and was themed incredibly well, and was a neat experience riding a water ride indoors. Spongebob w
  8. I just got back from Noahs Ark, felt safer there. Just heard about it an hour ago, really sad cause that park looks to have so much potential. The Hades revamp looked sweet from the highway as well. Only rode it in its original form years ago. They really just need an experienced company to come in and take over, cause that place is fun, but would be so much better and obviously safer if that happened. Oh well we can only hope. On another note Hellcat was pretty sweet, wouldnt want to ride back seat though, only rode front and it was a bit shaky.
  9. Well this stinks me and some friends were planning to go to Mt Olympus this year. Although I do remember feeling sketched out the one time I WAS there waiting in line for Hades when I noticed the lady working the controls dozing off But oh well there's always SFGAM and Noah's Ark nearby. Also that'd be great if Palace bought this place, they'd do wonders, as they've done great with my original home park Kennywood
  10. Yeah I've left the slaw on the past few times I've had a Pittsburger, but either way I was always fine without it too. Either way something to not pass up in the Burgh.
  11. Hey man you gotta try Primanti Bros! I'm a Pittsburgh native and I've nearly always taken the cole-slaw off the sandwich, I've never been looked down upon for it. Trust me it's worth it. Cool PTR.
  12. Does it seem like accidents have been occuring more often recently at amusement parks to anybody else? And does it seem like people become less and less educated everyday as well?
  13. Here's Darien Lake... Always a welcome sight to me I'm sure people could have some perverted comments about this picture My peeps Viper behind the trees *Insert humorous comment* Since RoS was closed, this would be our first ride of the day ahead Kennywood misses your brother! Pre-drop fun Signage I don't care what people say, I love SLC's The roughness adds to the wildness I love Arrow's small loops, they're so forceful mcbr I also admire Arrow's trains, they're sexy This was the tallest ride of the day for us, due to the Ro
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