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samisthabomb

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  1. Would it even be possible to get out of the park from there? It seems to be right in the middle of the park. This raises more questions about how people could even leave the park! Or maybe you can't leave...
  2. I can feel the diarrhea already. It's the kind that's worth it, though.
  3. Heh... low rider demonstration. Festival Latino actually looks pretty awesome. See ya at TGB! Oh yeah - the station looks amazing!
  4. Haha! I can see the event schedule now: 8:00 - Texas Giant ERT 10:30 - credit whoring with KidTums (Bring a twenty, you'll need it!)
  5. That looks awesome! Like Elissa said, a wooden coaster is just what Quassy needed to bring that "old school" feeling.
  6. Well, it's good to see some refurb. Hopefully Everland will do the same with the rest of their run-down or SBNO attractions.
  7. Superdawg looks amazing. Looking forward to the next update
  8. ^Yes, but what I meant was that it's good to see some action around the park.
  9. Wow, what a sad replacement for such a reputably great coaster. Oh well, at least it's not a Volare
  10. Let's hope the actual park follows the concept art somewhat closely. If so, Shanghai Disney would truly be one-of-a-kind. Can't wait for 2016
  11. I love the theming. This ride seems to be fun and a great addition to Gardaland! The park really needed a new thrill ride. Awesome photos!
  12. I'd say these are the old slides. Either way, it's good to see some additions to the park!
  13. No. Have you ever bludgeoned a kitten to death?
  14. It's a shame they didn't have the Astro Wheel, I would've loved to see more photos of it. On the other hand, a chocolate festival with no chocolate?!? Oh, Alabama...
  15. I like the idea, but only 9 acres? I know it's been done before, but it's going to be very hard to build/expand a park on that much land.
  16. I actually think Universal is a lot better than Disney. Universal caters to the whole family, while WDW's kiddie rides outnumber their thrill rides. Universal's prices are much more reasonable, and I personally think the theming is better. While it may be smaller than Disney, Universal has great hotels and a boardwalk district very similar to Downtown Disney. I'd much rather visit Universal than WDW, but if you can't decide between the two consider a combo trip: spend about 5 days at Disney and 3 at Universal. That gives you one extra day to go back to your favorite park and ride your favorite rides one last time. Overall, I was more pleased with my Universal experience than my WDW experience.
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