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  1. I mean I used to love the Wheelie so I'm glad they're bringing it back... I guess [emoji2369] Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  2. Can confirm those tips work great on Scorcher. I've ridden it many many times and actually enjoy it quite a lot, assuming I get a proper "squat" before the mechanism locks and I'm situated near the centerline. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  3. Made it to the park for the first time this year. Great day, beautiful weather and light crowds. In fact there was nobody there this morning, walk-ons everywhere I went, and only started picking up a bit in the afternoon. Ops were fine, a few things were closed, food service was as slow as ever -- I can't tell they changed anything there. Oh well. The highlight of the day, without a doubt....Pandemonium is fantastic! It was my first time on a Giant Discovery and I loved it! Can't wait to ride again! I dig the theming too, I just hope they keep going and build that area out. It need
  4. Yeah this looks awesome! I think if the final ride is anything like the render then its going to be amazing and they did an awesome job shoehorning a lot of action and elements into a small space. Can't wait!
  5. Thanks for the sign pics on Cyclone. We were there Wednesday and those weren't there. It was just an empty station with a couple of "Something Big is Coming" banners hanging around.
  6. I know I'm asking for speculation, but do we know what sort of ride this should be when they're done? I'm pretty ignorant about most of this I guess. When RMC comes in to do one of these is it a complete rebuild or more of a refresh? In other words would you guys expect us to get something completely different out of this or just a better Cyclone? Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  7. Ok so we know it's closing. Do we know what they're doing, for sure? Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  8. I agree with this with one possible exception -- the single rider setup on the new JL dark ride looks decent. It cuts out about half of the queue inside the building at least. Thanks, I thought so too, especially since it didn't open that way. I rode it last year. I guess nobody's got any inside scoop on what changed or why, but I feel like there's a story here. Nobody asked, and most of you may have already seen them with your own eyes, but here's a couple of pics of the markers I took last week.
  9. Yeah I don't dislike the cyclone either. Yeah it's pretty rough, but sometimes I like it rough. Wild coasters are fun, and that thing is wild. That said, I think it's probably lost a lot of it's appeal for the masses, which is Six Flags bread n butter. So yeah, I'd like to see them put some money into it but I hope it's not too tame. Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  10. We went yesterday for the first time this year. Overall a great experience. Park was empty. Ops were very good all-around, but then its hard to really judge on a light day. Many rides were walk-on, or close to it. Foodservice was fast but characteristically unhappy and borderline-rude. We got food though, and it didn't take forever, so I call that a win. Weather was great. Overall a fantastic day at Six Flags. The new Metropolis section is beautiful, a much needed facelift to that part of the park. And the JL:BFM building looks great. Yesterday was our first time on one, and
  11. Us too Guy. My first time at the park and if it's open I'll be there! I called my hotel earlier just to confirm and they said come on up, so we're going! Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  12. So since the fires seem to be under control and Dollywood is reopening Friday, is anybody going this weekend? Sent from my XT1575 using Tapatalk
  13. Well I can't disagree with that, but I'm still not sure what everyone else is supposed to do about it. I'm 3 hours away; gotta get my info from somewhere...
  14. To be fair a lot of the "false information" you're referring to came from actual news outlets and reporters. I don't think its irresponsible to quote the news, and nobody who did so and inadvertently spread misinformation should feel bad about it. Not their fault. That aside, I can't begin to express how glad I am that the damage isn't as bad as reported. My family just loves that area and this whole event has been heartbreaking to watch unfold. So I for one am glad most of what I've heard in the past day may be wrong.
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