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  1. Alpengeist at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, about an hour ago. What a forceful cobra
  2. I was just at KD yesterday. Night rides on Grizzly are great. About the land clearing, nothing has been touched there for a while now, so I don't know why it is being seen as something serious. Someone posted a while back that they were taking grass from there to use for Delirium. Hurler update: Nothing new.
  3. Try your best to give Wildcat a fair and unbiased opinion. It honestly isn't as bad in my eyes as people say it is.
  4. This post combined with your avatar is making my head explode. Also, FRONT SEAT, LEAN FORWARD, HOW MANY TIMES DO I HAVE TO SAY THIS? And yes, Grizzly is very solid but we always use that trick which makes it butter smooth. Hurler and Rebel Yell do nothing for me. Both are amazingly mediocre. I knew someone would see my avatar and say something like that. I know it is a very unpopular opinion, but I found Shockwave to be a very solid ride. I'm on the short side, so perhaps that's why it was so nice to me. The track shaping had to be the worst I've ever seen in my life though.
  5. I nearly became a Grizzly hater last weekend. Rode towards the front and got an unbearably rough ride. I was a little upset, and knew that I wasn't doing something right. I rode in 4th to last row, and the ride was very smooth compared to my earlier ride. In fact, all rows in the back 2 cars were rather smooth for a woodie with PTC trains. I believe that it is very underrated. The airtime is great, but I personally love the laterals even more! I rode it 7 times in less than 30 minutes last Saturday, and that really says something, because I am rather sensitive to "rough" coasters.
  6. Is a Vortex relocation a rumor I haven't heard of? You say that with confidence. Not only that, but does Dorney really need another floorless?
  7. Similar thing happened to Intimidator yesterday. Empty train with restraints open on the brake run, and an empty train in the station. Dominator was for some reason running three trains yesterday, which they really shouldn't have done. I'm glad I was there for two days, because yesterday was just a mess. The heat on both days never helped, either. Also got my first rides on Delirium. Fun ride, but arm room is extremely tight. If it wasn't for that, I would've ridden it a lot more than I did.
  8. Park closed due to bomb threat. Anyone surprised? https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/bomb-threat-at-amusement-park-in-prince-georges-county/2016/07/13/2ef2539e-490c-11e6-acbc-4d4870a079da_story.html
  9. Same here, and I completely agree. I still ride it at least once every time I go.
  10. It all depends on height and body type. I don't experience any roughness on it at all. I'm about 5'5" and 120 lbs. Am I more likely to get headbang or not? Here's what I do on Anaconda: Don't ride it. I did find that the back car is the most enjoyable for me, however. Just a heads up, he headbanging on the turn before the final brakes can be brutal if you don't prepare for it.
  11. There have been unconfirmed reports of an enraged man trying to set the coaster ablaze due to the fact it opened. Also around the area has been lots of graffiti that seems to spell out "#ItllNeveropen."
  12. Are you freaking serious? Well, it's just one more thing on the list of things to fix on it... Really losing faith in getting a chance to ride it next month. Doesn't bother me though, I'll just ride Thunderhead all day instead!
  13. Only the best of only two B&M Inverts I have ridden! (Sorry Great Bear...) Talon @ Dorney Park
  14. In my opinion, the Goat Coaster is the best, but you definitely cannot miss the Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster, which seems to be much more popular, for very good reasons. I personally prefer Goat Coaster because I love the seemingly constant turns on it, but SMAC is definitely my second favorite, and I prefer night rides on SMAC to the Goat Coaster. If you have the chance to try both, I would do both, but if you had to pick ONE, go with SMAC.
  15. Thanks! Now I'm curious what exactly was discovered with that part to warrant a recall. Here's hoping it was something minor, like a seal that was wearing out quicker than expected. Yeah, I don't know the specifics, but I heard that the problem was really bothersome for the restraints on Joker, as well as Lightning Rod. Kolmården said that they found no issues on Wildfire, but it's better safe than sorry.
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