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  1. Once again, making accusations of something I didn't say. Did I blame the park for getting the dog out of the car? Not once. All I said is it would be helpful if they made it more obvious to guests that they have a *free* kennel to put pets if they happen to have some with them! No way?! You mean to tell me you DIDN'T see the big obvious kennel in the parking lot that apparently everyone else in the world is aware of?! You mean you DIDN'T go to the Six Flags site and see the information that takes 2 clicks to get to at the bottom of the page? How could you be so dumb??!?! /sarcasm
  2. ^Dude, I never said it wasn't. I'm wondering why it is so hard for the park to make it more obvious to guests that there is a kennel on premises so they don't have to continue rescuing dogs by breaking into guests car windows? A sign at the parking entrance "Kennel available for your animals at no charge!" or a notice on the park map would make it obvious, and the problem would be gone, and they could stop breaking into guests car windows to save animals. That's all I'm saying.
  3. First of all, I said "I'm not relinquishing the idiot lady from responsibility for this entire incident." It's her problem, nobody elses. So you're taking what I said, making assumptions and running with it. You don't know the woman was hiding the dog and I never said they were supposed to examine every car for dogs as they drive through. However, apparently they do believe it is their responsibility to save dogs and make up for peoples lack of common sense because they go so far as to break through windows to get to the dog if they find this is going on. If they didn't feel it was their
  4. Now I'm not relinquishing the idiot lady from responsibility for this entire incident, but I don't understand why the Parking Attendants taking your $20 couldn't say "Hey lady, I see you've got a dog. Well so you know, we have a kennel so your dog doesn't die in the unbearable 100 degree weather all day while it's in your car. Then we don't have to break your window and leave your car unsafely open for the rest of the day." But NOOOOOOOOO... ...they're much too oblivious to remotely know anything that's going on around them, and it would be asking WAY too much to do this for people paying
  5. Awesome! Thanks for the update! Would you say Sunday is a good day to go now in September? I'm trying to go with my buddies and have been wondering how the crowds are. Went back in June and the crowds were brutal and I barely got on anything, I'm hoping on my next trip I'll get in as much as you did!
  6. What's sad is they can put out as many "Posters" they want of the rides acting like they're going to be totally different for Fright Fest, but the fact of the matter is many of the rides will be exactly the same they are on any other night when the park is open. OoOoOoOhhhhh! The lights are out! Crazy crazy stuff man! Monstertainment is also probably one of the stupidest name combinations I have ever heard.
  7. Perhaps I'm missing something, but what exactly does this have to do with Warner Bros. Movie World putting in an El Loco coaster? It doesn't. This issue was already addressed in the post above yours. I thought Movie World was owned by Six Flags. Thanks anyway?
  8. It really is amazing how much Six Flags has recently downgraded the proportions of their coasters and installations in the past couple years, all in the name of proper budgeting. Seems back in the day a coaster like this was for some smaller park you've never heard of who couldn't afford an Intamin or B&M.
  9. Based on a POV I saw of this ride, it seems like it is very fun and for Six Flags, pretty well themed. It's too bad they couldn't have more rides like this in the Six Flags chain, I actually really liked how it had a drop and hill portion, as well as a table top. I would guess maintenance and running costs were the nail in this rides coffin. It's unfortunate an entire water area will be demo'd for a concrete slab.
  10. ^Tatsu is probably my favorite B&M as well. Batman models are a close second. Unfortunately whenever I travel away from my homepark, hardly any of the B&M's stack up against the my original favs. Although I am hoping some day I get out to Parc Asterix as that looks like it may hold its own...
  11. Has to be X at Magic Mountain using 1 train operation. Once waited 3 hours for the ride because I with friends who insisted on riding, we got in line an hour and a half before the park closed, and didn't get in our car until 11:30pm. The ride went down 2 times while we were waiting in line, once when we were under the lift, and once when we were 2 trains away from getting on. Needless to say I will NEVER wait in that line anymore unless the line is less than an hour and doesn't break down. As soon as it breaks down now, I just get out of line.
  12. ...in other news cigarettes are barely regulated beyond the age limit (which never stops young kids from trying them anyway) and are still around to kill people every day...
  13. In case anyone is dying to see the photos now (like I was ) here's a link to the layout of the ride from the crane (I'm guessing these are the same photos posted earlier) which are posted less than halfway down the page. http://www.ameworld.net/forum/parc-asterix-nouveaute-2012-inverted-coaster-b-m-t19918-page-580.html
  14. ^Yeah and it's too bad too. Considering the range of coasters the other So Cal parks have, as well as the other Sea Worlds' around the country, San Diego has always gotten the shaft when it comes to additions in the roller coaster department. I mean c'mon, one even has a kick ass flyer for darns sake!
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