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  1. If you know anything about the investigation going on I would not post anything. Management will be patrolling sites like this and screamscape etc. If you want to know things i suggest private messaging or texting the person.
  2. Actually more talent would fix it. If you paid attention with how they were advertising for job fairs. Put in perspective, Knott has 1,200 talent then on top of that blackout. Cga 800 or less. They were trying to hit that target
  3. To those complaining about haunt.. The ratio of actors to guests is low. Maybe if people on here applied and tried to get jobs as talent things would be better. Also the air room isn't gone just somewhere else in the maze.
  4. worst wooden, the beast or gwazi. the beast kills your knees and I'm 5'5 and gwazi well if you were a girl its more understandable. The stuff in the picnic pavilion is just it getting expanded so there is more shaded seating simple as that guys. Sometimes things are that simple.
  5. That was just an off day and I'm suprised they don't make the goldstriker crew clean graffiti last year we had to do it.
  6. Vortex at CGA when I was like just 54 inches so I had to be like 13. It made me scared of coasters for 16 years.
  7. I have a feeling that means they are either going through tpr or who ever comments the most on the CGA facebook. I mean its clear that they would like people who are more along the lines of general public but are still coaster knowledgeable that they can give an unbiased opinion.
  8. Was there any tpr members at the park today? Well yesterday techniqully.
  9. There was a big sponsored group their yesterday. Along with school groups. One of the reason flight decks line is so long is because of loose articles. Though if you came by near when it was closing for the fireworks it was moving fast because I was control then got moved to grouping and back to control.
  10. Actually, that analogy should work to people who like it. At least in my case, I like Scott Pilgrim, and everyone I know who has seen it likes it. However, most people who haven't seen it will not watch it, not being able to grasp the fact that it is actually a good movie. Ejector airtime seems to work the same way to many Californians, as they do not know how awesome it is, and, therefore, assume it is not that great and giant loops are better. In fact, if it weren't for Scott Pilgrim's high Rotten Tomatores score (that it deserves), I may have never watched the movie. However, this same website gave Adventureland an 89% (of which I think it does not deserve) In fact, to go back on topic, I really hate movies like FD3 and Adventureland, that depict amusment parks as being unsafe. It really dumbs down people's views on the industry, causing the usual GP 'roller coasters aren't safe!' I apologize I misunderstood what you meant. I don't really rely on reviews. They look for specific things and pick it apart. A movie is to escape reality. So is a theme park. You go there to have fun and not think of everything for a couple days.
  11. I got asked today if flight deck was getting removed because of it sinking. (Cga) oh GP how you amuse me lol.
  12. Scott pilgrim vs the world is an awesome movie. So that analogy doesn't work for me. I would say it's more like saying spice world was a good movie. (it wasn't)
  13. I always like "the back is faster than the front" then I say "then how come the back doesn't get to the station first?" (this is on flight deck but can probably be applied to every coaster besides a boomarang)
  14. yup that was me. I always feel bad when I have to do that. Though I saw those people earlier in the day and they had ridden in the front. lol I can vaguely remember the shirt. My knee was in a lot of pain by the end of the night so I was trying really hard not to show it.
  15. Was wearing a yellow and grey shirt and was sitting in the front with a family of 3. yea because I would've been checking your seat at the end. I was loader. I was actually limping a little if you noticed. Do you remember if I did anything specific besides say "good". I remember a Latino looking guy checked my seat who was at Safety (if that's what it's still called; I used to operate Top Gun back in 2000, can't believe it's been 12 years lol) I was sitting on the back before I went back in line for the last ride of the day and remember a girl checking my seat, was that you? Yup, my name tag says "christina". Did I say anything specific? Safety is called Unloader now. I guess its called unloader because the person is on the exit side.
  16. Was wearing a yellow and grey shirt and was sitting in the front with a family of 3. yea because I would've been checking your seat at the end. I was loader. I was actually limping a little if you noticed. Do you remember if I did anything specific besides say "good". I'm trying to remember what you look like lol.
  17. Hmm what was the shirt you were wearing on the last ride for flight deck?
  18. Rockin rollercoaster at Hollywood studios then fof at kings island
  19. Well almost all Disney rides end in helixes. I did them all in one day (Disney world) by the time we rode expedition everest and it did backwards helix, I had to grit my teeth to not cause a protein spill. I was sweating and hands all clammy. So for me the helix is overused in Disney. I like sheikras water brakes or slowing down part *shrugs* but I still have to go with intimidator being my favorite on everything then afterburn then manta in sea world Orlando. That was an experience.
  20. It's kind of goes along with the height as well. Like the incident at Darien lake not only the leg issue but he also wasn't tall enough. I just had an incident the other day where a guest was angry about the whole height and adult price thing. I explained to her that I understand how she feels but that the height requirement isn't the parks rule it's the ride manufactures rule. She came back with "well the park sets the prices right?" then I said I understand but all I can do is enforce the ride height set by the manufacturer. That basically defused the situation because it wasn't the parks rule. Now I don't know how the employees handled it there but I would think that they would try to explain it. What I try to do is put myself in the guests shoes and explain it to them like that. I don't know if what I said is exactly revelant but the only reason I made the analogy is because they are both park rules.
  21. I know with the ride I work you must have at least one hand for the purpose of being able to hold on.
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