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About Coasterkid20

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    Beware of the Magic Donkey at Lotte World!
  • Birthday 02/26/1985
  1. Talk about stupid, overly simple rides that are completely amazing. Very good news in deed, I can't go to Knott's and not ride Monte 20 times or more!
  2. I believe I rode it last in 2010, and it didn't really bother me. But then again I am 6' 5" so certain rides are smoother for me because of the way I fit, and it wasn't that bad. not perfect but nothing that I would consider terrible.
  3. I don't think the ride really needs to switch out the restraints. Yah the lap-bar only ones on other premier rides are great but Speed was also probably the smoothest of that style ride and not to mention the transitions flowed more than jerked on other ones. It would be nice but honestly it was such a solid coaster with them on with minimal headbanging that I don't see why it'd be necessary
  4. It looks like i am going to be able to go to kings island tomorrow and am wondering what I should really be prepared for. It is going to be hot, and storms are starting to brew west of it but the weather shows it to be mostly clear. What types of lines should I expect for the major rides? Thanks so much!
  5. 13/20 this is the first I've tried. I thought that was a fine score since I'm not familar with parks that have been closed up to 30 years before I was born....
  6. More Pictures! Boss Really is a great looking coaster, and it spreads over so much land. If they got rid of the god Awful, plastic G-Trains then it would be such a great ride. Dropping into the second half. If I were to rate this coaster. I'd give the first half a solid 9, and the second half would proably get about a 7 or 7.5. On The Boss, This part was the only really bad part, it is an awesome helix, but it was rather rough. Those last hills are great, not as awesome asthe Ozark finale, but still they are great! Has anyone else noticed that this ride is almost identical to T
  7. Well Yesterday I took My nephew to Six Flags St. Louis. I had been there twice before (2001 and 2003) but since they had no new major rides since then, and in general the coasters were only OK I opted to spend time at HW or Indiana Beach while I visited Terre Haute, IN for my family. Well It started out as a low 60s, misty drizzly day. If it was a little warmer, it would be premium amusement park weather in my opinion. I figured since school wasn't out for St. Louis it would be a perfect day for the park and it was, except for the about 1000 middle school and highschool kids at the park.
  8. So I am FINALLY getting to go back east to only one park (planned so far). Anyways the day I will be going is either Mon June 8th or Tue Jun 9th. I will be getting their before the park opens, and staying till the very end but I was wondering what to expect. In this time frame should I expect the park to be SUPER busy to where I need to just say heck with it and fork over the $120 for a 2 person Gold Q-Bot, or will the crowds possibly be minimal so I don't even have to worry about a Q-bot? Also What are the money seats on the on El Toro and Nitro, in case I can only get one ride (god forbi
  9. Such a great video! Highly entertaining and the Kentucky Rumbler is a great coaster, my second fav GCI behind Ozark Wildcat. Though that stupid pinfari looping coaster is a hot death trap, bout killed me.
  10. Too bad its not in the US, and too bad I can't go on the China trip, that looks like a great coaster .
  11. Cyclops at Mt. Olympus., is my wood vote, because that drop is just amazing! And not to mention it has 2 other moments of GREAT airtime also! Wildfire is my steel vote. Something about this coaster is just awesome. It has good forces, has a great first drop, and has one of the best settings ever!
  12. Well that sucs, oh well what I'll just do is plan on spending $130 for the fast pass when my friend and I go in July, with 1 ride on X each and the gold pass. Only one other time have I bought into the Qbot and it was completely worth it! $10 is worth it to me not to stand in a 3-4 hour line, because I draw the line at 2 hours.
  13. Well I hate to say, but yeah a lot of your rides actually do, Roller Coaster has a big enough station (where the ride ops were ridiculously rude, that I actually walked away and did not come back for hours). I'm not asking for sorted and numbered cubby holes, simple Deja Vu 4'x2' boxes would completely work. The whole sky ride incident WOULD NOT have completely pissed me off, if they had consistency, you know a back pack, purse, cell phone, camera ect. would likely hurt just as bad as the big ass cup. I don't hate lagoon, I would much rather go to it than many other parks but the fact that cer
  14. Well my recent 10+ hour trek up to Salt Lake City and Lagoon was supposed to be a nice "weekend" trip. The problem is Laghoon proved to have a theme of "The park that had potential, but never used it". So Our drive up to Salt Lake City allowed us to go straight up the center of AZ, including Flagstaff and Glen Canyon Dam/Lake Powell (which proved to be the surprise of the trip.) The only problem with this is I wanted to rent a Saturn Outlook (For all you non car people it is one of the 3 really sweet GM crossovers). Unfortunately they couldn't get it, so I ended up with the Ford Expeditio
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