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About MrJazzHands

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  • Birthday 06/22/1986
  1. You seem so excited about your internet first, I decided to help you protect your investment.
  2. I am, and forever will be, confused that they have an inverted track on their advertisements. This is not Aplenghiest, people!
  3. Oh damn, that's freaking sweet. Now I completely regret not seeing that Seattle show last year. haha, I guess it's time to make a trip to Orlando. xD
  4. I'm gonna take a wild stab that you're at the Suoi Tien Amusement Park in Ho Chi Minh City. :O edit: or the Saigon Zoo and Botanical Gardens, also in Ho Chi Minh. I'm just convinced you're in Vietnam.
  5. I agree with everybody above me, fantastic post, Shane. Those shots of Mean Streak bring back some good memories of watching the POV from America's Greatest Coasters (Volume 1!), too bad the real ride wasn't anything as awesome as that POV (though I rode it after the trim brakes were placed on the first drop).
  6. I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Tremors over at Silverwood. That was the first ride to get the Topper Track treatment from Rocky Mountain, and honestly, the ride is SO much better with it on. I got to ride it 2009 and then again in 2011, with the new track, and there's a completely noticeable difference. The back seats were basically impossible to ride in without feeling like your ribcage was going to collapse, now with the topper track, smooth as a baby's bottom. I can't WAIT to see how this turns out for the Cyclone.
  7. To quote somebody from the SpaceWorld trip: "Is that a real spaceship!?"
  8. Thanks for the awesome trip report. I've been wanting to go on one of those for a while, and SFDK has the closest one to me (a whole two states away). The one thing that terrifies me about that ride is the chains holding the chairs, I know they're safe as all can be, but that still doesn't stop them from looking flimsy as heck.
  9. I'll have to start saving up now, but that's three days before my birthday, so that would make the trip even more special.
  10. Nice trip report. I'm glad to see the things at Legoland are improving since my last visit. I visited several years back out of the blue with my family, and half the rides were under maintenance at the time, and the food prices were silly expensive. On a really weird side-note, I've probably touched 5-15% of the bricks they used to build those displays. My Mom's got a store where she sells Legos brick by brick, and she's gotten quite a few purchases from the guys who build those displays. Now I'm not actually sure those bricks went into the development of the displays, but just to the disp
  11. Awesome! Thanks for the quick response, Coastercrutchfield. I guess I asked this at the right time, I'm totally looking forward to the announcement date.
  12. I lol'd at this. I get the flash pass everytime. I'm not waiting 2+ hours to ride when I'm only at the park for a day. Now back to the topic of Texas Giant, has there been an announced date for when the ride will open? I didn't see anything on the first page, and I'm not digging through 227 pages to find it, so I apologize if this seems like a noob question.
  13. I used to go to CGA every year for my birthday when I lived in Cali, so I'm super down for this "meet up".
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