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  1. I had a cross country meet today. I put my wallet (with $60, a credit card, MetroCard, and key) in my duffel bag, which was under my school's tent along with everyone else's. I finished running, and when I went to change, my bag was gone. After 20 minutes of frantic searching I found it- 50 feet away from the tent with all of the pockets open, and the wallet magically disappeared. To the person that took it- I hope you get trampled by an escaped zoo animal.
  2. Awesome!!! You have no idea how much I appreciate this.
  3. Cedar Point Six Flags New England If a miracle happens (learning how to control my parents' minds) I'll add SeaWorld Orlando to this list in December.
  4. Almost always in the back. Of course there are exceptions (Nitro). A lot of times there may be coasters that I want to try in the front, but the line is always at least half an hour longer, so even on the coasters where the front may be better, the line generally isn't worth it. But the GP never waits for the back, and it's usually the most forceful seat.
  5. Pretty good, I would just recommend switching MF and TTD. MF is located about halfway between Maverick and TTD, and the lines for the two should be about the same, so you should save yourself some doubling back by riding MF. After those four, I would say do a loop around the back of the park again to pick up the other credits/flats, before heading to the front of the park later in the afternoon. Once you get everything important done, you can get some night rerides on your favorites at the end of the day.
  6. ^It's interesting, of the two floorless coasters that I've ridden, Bizarro is butter-smooth, but The Dark Knight has a bad rattle throughout, and some jolts going into the corkscrews that caused me to hit my head. But enough talking about rattling coasters at other parks, this is the CP thread after all.
  7. SFGA- 1.5 hours Coney Island- 30 minutes by subway (though I only moved to Brooklyn recently and haven't gotten out there yet) Rye Playland- 1 hour
  8. ^I believe that The Voyage has been measured as having 24.2 seconds of airtime, which is the most of any coaster measured in the world. Though I'm sure it varies depending on how it's running, and that's also a tough statistic to get exactly right.
  9. The photos of Poseidon and Blue Fire where everything is blurred except the train are seriously awesome...I mean those are good enough for the park to use in advertising. Great TR.
  10. I really like this thread. I have no plans to go to Dollywood anytime soon, but it's still a unique look at a beautiful park, and I agree that it would be a great trip-planning resource.
  11. Not at all when I rode it, it was running B&M hyper-smooth, and there was a good amount of airtime present, though it wasn't crazy ejector or anything. Everyone will have different answers to these kinds of questions, so the best thing to do is just go out and ride it. You'll like it no matter what, I can guarantee that.
  12. Maybe that's because they realize that Maverick is totally awesome like the majority of enthusiasts do. Many people are unwilling to ride larger coasters out of fear, yet they still like all the coasters they do ride, and would probably like MF if they were willing to ride it. I know that was what I was like when I was younger. Maverick is most certainly NOT a family coaster.
  13. I ate feta cheese this morning. When was the last time you went to a sporting event?
  14. Steel- Floater: Behemoth- seems like you're floating more than you're in your seat. Nitro- same feeling, but not quite as strong. Ejector: Bizarro- every hill is packed with awesomeness. Magnum XL-200- with the lapbar being as loose as it is, the return trip is completely insane. Maverick- first drop in the back seat is possibly my favorite element on any coaster, first bunny hop is awesome as well. Wood- Ejector: El Toro- duh. Cyclone (SFNE)- one ridiculous moment of air on the first drop in the back, some other nice moments too. Thunderbolt (SFNE)- has these great pops of surprising air throughout the ride, it's almost like bouncing at some points. These are just the coasters I've ridden, there are still a lot of airtime machines I desperately want to try (I see you Phoenix!).
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