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  1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mofGiYVcTMM
  2. Birch beer (non alcoholic) Tasted like Peppermint Altoids.
  3. Although I don't have a fear of those, I do agree, those snacks are nasty.
  4. Then you might not like either While they are nowhere near as big as the Japanese Spider Crab can get, the amount of all those crabs made me all
  5. Also, another one would be Cheetah at Wild Adventures. I love this ride (I even went on it 42 times in a row on a slow day), but it is so rough. Either the steel tracks (making it an almost all steel coaster), or a major reprofile would be great.
  6. This is the reason that Single Rider lines were invented. Whenever I go to a park, 90% of the time, I'm all by myself. In order to not wait as long, I always ask to sit in an empty seat. But when I ask, I ask in the most polite way possible. So far, I've only been turned down twice (both times by teenage girls ) So yeah, it's perfectly ok.
  7. Nice! Old, somewhat abandon buildings are very intriguing. Not only does this place seem interesting, but very creepy...
  8. Currently, I buy and sell video games . I usually scout yard sales, pawn shops, thrift stores, rummage sales, etc and pick each game up from $1-$4, and sell them for a MUCH higher price. (NES, SNES, and N64 games fetch a really good selling price)
  9. The sprayers on STR actually look pretty cool, and might get the riders extra wet (especially on a hot day)
  10. William's Grove Cyclone...or maybe I'm just being a dreamer again But seriously, as you all know, Mean Streak desperately needs it. If you've seen a POV of the ride without the trims and when smoother, it's obvious that the ride has the potential to be amazing.
  11. Heh, I was at Knoebel's yesterday. I was going to post a somewhat long TR, but you beat me to it. So, thanks to you, I don't have to. So...thanks for saving me 2 hours of my life! Anyhoo, for a first TR, it was quite good.
  12. For a while, I had a fear of walk-around mascots at theme parks, events, sport games, etc. Even if they were 50 feet away, I always steered as far away from their path as possible...afraid that they may touch me. This ended when I was 14, when i forced myself to hug Snoopy at Cedar Point. It was a very awkward moment. Anyhoo, I still have a fear of crab, lobsters, crawdads, etc. Whether they be alive, dead, cooked, or whatever, they still scare me like hell. When I'm at the buffet, and I see crab legs, I'm outta that section. Also, because of these bastards, I'm afraid to go anywhere near Japan
  13. Aye, I've wanted to be a designer since I was very young as well. I would take the advice of others, and go for mechanical engineering. Also aware of all the boring calculations that it includes, but if you really want the job, I would pursue it if I were you.
  14. Most recent was Ted Nugent Before that was They Might Be Giants. I thought it would be epic, but I accidentally bought tickets to their "family show"
  15. Not too many... -Jeb Bush (Met him at the Florida Quarter ceremony when he was still governor) -Steven Anthony Lawrence (Even Stevens, he was signing autographs at Wild Adventures) -Eric Bloom (Blue Oyster Cult, after concert) -Rudy Sarzo (He was also signing autographs with BOC, since hes playing bass for them now) -Just about every driver on the Monster Jam circuit -Fall Out Boy (They were signing autographs at Darien Lake, before they became insanely popular) -Howie Dorough
  16. I saw this exact video in my psychology class. The original man dancing did not start the party, it was in fact, the man who joined him that started it (which we called "the first nut"). See, without the first nut, the man would be dancing alone the entire time. When the first nut joined, people thought that this is the newest thing, thus more and more people joined. So, you will not be successful without a first nut.
  17. I was there a couple of weeks ago, and to be completely honest, I think Six Flags is making a smart move by getting rid of GASM. Don't get me wrong, I know its a classic coaster, but it's just lost it's edge. I noticed that Kingda Ka had a 40 min wait, Bizarro had a 45 min wait, and El Toro and Nitro had a 30 min wait. As for GASM, it had no wait. Seriously, when I walked to the station, I walked on to the front seat, and when I wanted to ride again, there was still nobody at the station (they were probably dispatched by the second train), so I asked if I can go again in the front, and they allowed it. Long story short, its not the late 80s-early 90s anymore. People moved on, it's just not popular anymore. As much as I love the ride, it would be a good idea to knock it down and make room for better rides/coasters.
  18. I saw Ted Nugent recently, he was amazing (and humorous) as usual when hes live. Here is footage of the show I went too-
  19. Song: The Lord is a Monkey Band: The Butthole Surfers Album: Beavis and Butthead Do America Soundtrack
  20. The Methodist Church has gotten a whole lot sexier lately.
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