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    This B&M donkey is so smooth!
  • Birthday 09/06/1994
  1. And I'm the complete opposite. I thoroughly enjoyed Vortex, and re-rode it 5x when I visited KI. Viper on the other hand beats me up. I think my torso is too long for Viper's restraints, but I seemed to fit in Vortex's just fine.
  2. I agree completely. Scream Machine is absolutely brutal IMO. I compare it to GhostRider at Knott's pre-retrack. But at least there's really only one horrendous coaster left at the park since Cyclone was redone.
  3. That damage to the Justice League queue must be quite recent. I rode it about a month ago and didn't notice anything to that degree. With that being said, I'm not surprised at all that that has happened. Coming from PA and SFGAdv, now living closest to SFOG, the clientele has been... rough recently. Seemingly worse than GADv by a long shot, honestly. Hopefully the park will consider fixing it up. It just looks awful.
  4. As of yesterday, the track was missing from the second turn around next to the park entrance, but that was it.
  5. I'm at the park today and it's absolutely packed. A pretty miserable day overall, with most waits encroaching an hour. Superman has gone down three times since I've been in line, with cycle times averaging about 8-10 minutes. Seems like everyone is trying to soak up the last bit of summer with today being the waterpark'a last day in operation for the year. Also, for my 2018 pass renewal, the attendant said my old pass wouldn't scan and he gave me a new card. Kind of interesting and very wasteful on behalf of the park. Any idea on why that might be/if I should hang on to the old one f
  6. This is just adding to the amazing-ness. A new train design would, *I hope*, somehow leave room for Six Flags' seat belts for quicker dispatches.
  7. I would personally find it very odd for BG to add Madrid (a city) among various countries....
  8. Here you go: http://www.hersheypark.com/tickets/discount-partners.php
  9. If you get there early and go to the low capacity rides like Fahrenheit first, and follow a good schedule, the lines shouldn't be a problem if you know what you're doing. I usually like to go to Fahrenheit first, and do the rides near the center of the park. Then I like to go to Great Bear, then go to the other rides near the front of the park. Then I wait a while, eat, or take videos or pictures, then go to the back at the park when most of the crowds are at the water park. It also depends on what rides you want to do. If you want to get every coaster credit, you could definitely get it
  10. I'd assume so. We'll find out in the next couple weeks. Another ride might be rumored for a paint job this spring as well It would be painted during the weekdays while the park isn't open. Superman or Nitro pleaseeeeeee
  11. It's about time that this park begins to grow larger. I'm actually living in Gold Coast, QLD now for a bit of time, and it's apparent that this is such a tourist destination. Larger expansions would be well-received by the public.
  12. Thanks for that info. 20/30 minute lines are definitely tolerable! Hopefully by Sunday they have that second train on Yolo.
  13. I'm planning to be at the park this upcoming Sunday, Feb 14th (Valentine's Day). Saturday and Sunday are my only options as I'll only be in the LA area for the weekend before I fly to Australia for Study Abroad. Has anyone ever been on Valentine's weekend before? Hopefully everyone is out doing lame things like going to dinner and eating chocolates so that the lines are short Also, if anyone would like to tag along just shoot me a message, as I'll be going to the park alone and riding buddies are always welcome!
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