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About FilmoreISnAZN

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  1. See many, many earlier S&S models: El Loco, Literally every screamin' squirrel.
  2. Vote goes to Jaguar because the front car design is face filter accepting!! Jaguar Guy is killing the spinning hat game.
  3. I'm genuinely intrigued. What makes Silver Bullet your favorite? I grew up near Buena Park so Silver Bullet and Batman were my only inverts until I recently rode Raptor, Great Bear, Banshee, Alpengeist, and Afterburn. Silver Bullet is now one of my least favorites. I don't think it's bad at all and it has nostalgia value but it's just not quiet with the others, imo.
  4. I've gone to Holiday World for the past three seasons. One of my good friends (who frequents this thread often and will most likely see this comment CALLING U OUT) is a Ride Ops Manager. From what I understand, Holiday World does annual maintenance on all of the woodies every off-season and I can confirm that Voyage is AMAZING at the start of the season that it became my top wooden. I went to HoWo nearer the end of the season for the first time a few weeks ago and the latter half had gotten so bad that Legend became my favorite in the park. If you want to ride THE Voyage, try to get to the par
  5. Oh man! Love Phantogram! Saw them live last March in Urbana-Champagne. Found Sarah to be a little pitchy but I can't say I'm disappointed for how often she switches between soft singing and full-on belting vocals which is exhausting. MoA looks like a ton of fun and I hear Minneapolis is a great city. Really hope to be able to get out there sometime!
  6. I agree with you full-heartedly. And that's because the fact that it most intense ride but it feels crazy fast on the low-to-the-ground segments and so graceful. If there were a time it didn't have a line, I could marathon it and never get too worn out or bored. I can see myself enjoying it forever. It's a timeless coaster masterpiece, imo.
  7. I rode in mid-May. Though, it is quite early in the summer season, there was definitely rattle. Though it didn't make the ride uncomfortable, it was very apparent on the outside seats nonetheless.
  8. 1. The Beast (7359 ft.) * Fury 325 (6602 ft.) heading to Carowinds in a week 2. Millennium Force (6595 ft.) 3. The Voyage (6442 ft.) 4. California Screamin' (6072 ft.) 5. Desperado (5843 ft.) 6. Diamondback (5282 ft.) 7. Magnum XL-200 (5106 ft.) * Intimidator 305 (5100 ft.) also visiting Kings Dominion 8. Twisted Colossus (4990 ft.) 9. Goliath (4900 ft.) * Apollo's Chariot (4882 ft.) and Busch Gardens 10. GhostRider (4533 ft.)
  9. You can't tell a pterodactyl is going to the bathroom because the "P" is silent.
  10. New Ghostrider at KBF! First time on it since the retrack and what a phenomenal job! Dispatches are not quick so, even on the slowest of days like today, the line was 30 minutes while Xcelerator was a single train wait almost all day.
  11. The stagecoach is such a fun, unique experience! It was my one of my favorite rides growing up at Knott's. I would ride it every time my family visited the park. Even as an adult, it's relaxing and offers some scenic views of the park.
  12. I think for the first time in years, I'm actually not worried about CF poorly throwing in a coaster at Knott's! The current agenda has done a phenomenal job at keeping the historical value of the park, with Ghost Town Alive!, and rejuvenating the spirit of Knott's instead of altering, with the renovation of Ghostrider. I really believe that the next big addition won't be another awful Silver Bullet move.
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