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  1. Ignoring the likely physical harm it would cause and potentially defying the laws of physics, what if there was a coaster specifically designed to have Skyrush-like airtime in one large hill and it lasts for 10 seconds straight?
  2. ^ I'll second this. Also, to add my own a week later: Good lord, who had to write the sales sheet for that one? "This is your chance to own one of Scotland's b̶e̶s̶t̶ most "thrilling" theme park attractions! Ride includes t̶w̶o̶ one gently used trains̶. Ride has only run for 16 days since it passed it's last comprehensive safety inspection by our in-house safety inspector who has since b̶e̶e̶n̶ ̶b̶a̶n̶n̶e̶d̶ ̶f̶r̶o̶m̶ ̶t̶h̶e̶ ̶p̶a̶r̶k̶ ̶d̶u̶e̶ ̶t̶o̶ ̶h̶i̶s̶ ̶b̶o̶r̶d̶e̶r̶l̶i̶n̶e̶ ̶c̶r̶i̶m̶i̶n̶a̶l̶ ̶n̶e̶g̶l̶i̶g̶e̶n̶c̶e̶ retired. Serious offers only."
  3. I hope they are running more than one train when I visit. These Larson loops always have a long wait when they run one train.
  4. Here's a tip: If it starts raining hard during your next visit, quickly run to Hydra and get on. The ride is much more interesting if you imagine yourself as the Hydra being taken down by machine gun fire.
  5. If you want to look at illegally taken RMC Streak pictures, then go have a ball on Twitter. Robb doesn't want those photos on TPR, and we should respect that.
  6. If you're in the front row on a full train, then the airtime is actually pretty good. That being said, Steel Force has a full train approximately twice a year, so good luck with that.
  7. 1. Around 1,000 miles 2. Skyrush 3. Boomerang about 70% of the time 4. I have been the only person in a Wild Mouse car once (not surprising) and I've also done it with several coasters at Dorney (also not surprising) 5. If I'm with a group of friends, I like to sit down, grab something to split between the group, and have a normal conversation. 6. Night Time ERT 7. idk so skip 8. TTD, Maverick, Fury 325 9. No 10. Waited an hour for a boomerang once (big mistake) 11. Revolution at Dorney. The restraints give you no shoulder space, and the program they run on it sucks. 12. skip 13. Skyrush 14. Also Skyrush 15. No 16. Wing 17. Expedition Everest 18. Rapids 19. Airtime 20. skip 21. Considering I would save about 10 minutes over the course of a year with an unlimited fast lane, definitely the $1,000 in cash. 22. I continue with my day. 23. I recall having a slice of pizza in WWK that tasted pretty bad 24. Maverick 25. idk 26. Hersheypark 27. 36? 37? Depends what you count. 28. Six Flags America 29. Skyrush 30. Stinger (not bad but not great) and Revolution would not be missed. They'd have even more space if they took out the crappy flyers in between as well. 31. skip 32. Reride 33. Generally no 34. Gale Force, Wildfire, Lightning Rod (consistently). Whichever one opens first. 35. Take your pick... 36. skip 37. One of those SBF/Vista mini pendulum rides. It goes upside down 10 times and pulls a lot of Gs which gets nauseating after a ride or two. 38. I don't often play games at theme parks so idk 39. see above 40. skip
  8. Correct. The engineers and technician have designed and perfected the Miami Trip ride. Instead of smoking, the children will be too busy tripping out in Miami.
  9. He didn't miss work, he was just busy with some of Beston's other breakthroughs in technology, such as: - Beston Gatekeeper - Beston Wicked Twister - Beston Windseeker - Mickey's Fun Wheel - Sponsored by Beston - Beston California Screamin' (California Beston') - Beston Knockoff SLC - Beston Hot Air Ballon a.k.a Hot Air Beston
  10. Not a fan of the name but as long as the coaster is as good or better than White Lightning then it you could name it the worst name you could think of and it wouldn't bother me in the slightest.
  11. I would hate for my life to have so little meaning that getting banned from TPR for saying stupid crap on purpose gives me fulfillment in life. I don't honestly believe that that was ever their intention. In most cases they probably never wanted to get banned but when they were banned for being stupid they decided that rather than own up to the fact that maybe they said something stupid or did something wrong they would go seek out an online support group that would tell them they were wonderful, "salute" them and tell them that it's not their fault (and subsequently make it TPR's fault). It's easier to blame someone else and go seeking approval / validation than it is to admit you f*cked up and either apologize or just acknowledge it move on. You're right. Why I implied that most came with the intent to get banned was incorrect. I guessed I just focused on the whole "Congratulations, you got banned!" thing and continued on with the post. As stated above, most of those users were normal people who didn't take the time to realize what they did wrong and try to fix it. That's one of the things I like about Robb and TPR: If you say/do something stupid and get banned, you can send Robb an email apologizing for what you did and, unless you're a complete asshat, he will unban you.
  12. I would hate for my life to have so little meaning that getting banned from TPR for saying stupid crap on purpose gives me fulfillment in life.
  13. Yes I can understand that! But you'll see something like Magic Mountain pretty soon! I like the SFMM addition you had with Wings of Horus. I figured it was either that, something like Superman:EFK, Full Throttle, or you fired all of your janitors and let trash build up on fast forward for a few hours.
  14. Apologizing for the couple spam posts between TheAmericanKnight and I. Anyway, here's a gem from the NASA Superbowl VR Drop Tower thread:
  15. The word "drop" is missing from the sign. Looks like that part of the sign is being replaced/refurbished.
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