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  • Birthday 05/05/1992
  1. Not counting relocations Flashback @ Six Flags Magic Mountain Psyclone @ Six Flags Magic Mountain Colossus @ Six Flags Magic Mountain Spellbreaker @ Legoland CA Speed the Ride @ Nascar Cafe Roar @ Six Flags Discovory Kingdom Invertigo @ California's Great America Villain @ Geauga Lake Double Loop @ Geauga Lake Big Dipper @ Geauga Lake Mean Streak @ Cedar Point Disaster Transport @ Cedar Point Gwazi @ Busch Gardens Tampa Dueling Dragons Fire @ Universal Orlando Dueling Dragons Ice @ Universal Orlando Super Manage @ La Ronde Cobra @ La Ronde Son of Beast @ Kings Island
  2. Well, I've ridden A LOT more hyper coasters since this post. So....time to update the list. Anything bold, I've ridden since my original post. 1. Expedition Ge Force - So much variety. So much airtime. It's as good as everyone claims 2. Superman (SFNE) - I heard this ride went downhill when it went back to being Superman, which makes me sad since I loved it as Bizarro. Lots of great airtime, and that twisty section at the end was great. 3. Phantom's Revenge - A ton of airtime, nice custom layout. Love the 2nd drop * .Intamin Mega-Lites (Piraten & Kawesami) - I know most people consi
  3. 1. How many parks did you visit in 2019? 9 2. Best new-for-2019 (or new-to-you-in-2019) ride? New for 2019: Copperhead Strike New For Me in 2019: Either Lightning Rod or Intimidator 305 3. Name the first 3 coasters that come to mind. Manta Pyrenees West Coast Racers 4. What was the best flat ride you rode in 2019? Tango 5. What is your favorite RMC under 130 feet? (cheat sheet) Outlaw Run 6. What was the last Premier coaster that you rode? Full Throtttle 7. Name a park you've been to that you're already planning to revisit. Knoebels
  4. 1. Pyrenees 2. Montu 3. Katun 4. Dueling Dragons Fire 5. Alpengeist
  5. I've been able to ride Tango at California Fairs for the past few years (definitely agree with you about it being one of the best flat rides ever) and haven't had any problems with it being unreliable or always breaking. But from the way you describe them at other parks, they definitely seem unreliable over there. Perhaps the Ray Cammack Show one is in much better shape than the rest since that one reliably runs.
  6. 1. Outlaw Run 2. Steel Vengeance 3. Lightning Rod 4. Twisted Colossus 5. Twisted Timbers 6. Iron Rattler 7. Storm Chaser 8. Railblazer 9. New Texas Giant 10. Joker
  7. Cedar Point: Steel Vengeance + Maverick. Do I need to say any more? Some runners up. Kings Dominion: Intimidator 305 + Twisted Timbers Mirabilandia: iSpeed + Katun Fuji-Q: Eejanaika + Dododonpa Six Flags Magic Mountain: X2 + Twisted Colossus Busch Gardens Tampa: Kumba + Montu Liseberg: Balder + Helix
  8. 1. Steel Vengeance 2. Maverick 3. Millennium Force 4. Raptor 5. Top Thrill Dragster 6. Valravn 7. Magnum XL 200 8. Wicked Twister 9. Gatekeeper 10. Gemini 11. Rougarou 12. Blue Streak *. Disaster Transport 13. Corkscrew 14. Iron Dragon 15. Cedar Creek Mine Ride *. Mean Streak 16. Woodstock Express
  9. I don't hate Boomerangs nearly as much as other enthusiasts, but there's a couple reasons these rides get a bad rep. Mainly, they can hurt. I'm assuming you've only done the one Boomerang in Chile, but some of them can be REALLY bad. And even then, most aren't really that good. Sure, there are a couple good ones, and most aren't THAT bad, but the ones that are bad, are REALLY bad. Also, if you travel a lot for roller coasters, Boomerangs can be pretty repetitive and something that you've done before. I tend to think of them (along with SLCs) as the Starbucks or McDonalds of roller coas
  10. Time for another update America Arizona: Desert Storm California : X2 Colorado: Wild Chipmunk Connecticut: Boulderdash Florida: Kumba Georgia: Goliath (SFOG) Idaho: Aftershock Illinois: Viper Indiana: Voyage Iowa: Outlaw Kentucky: Storm Chaser Maine: Excalibur Maryland: Jokers Jinx Massachusetts: Superman: The Ride Michigan: Shivering Timbers Minnesota: Renegade Missouri: Outlaw Run Nevada: El Loco New Hampshire: Untamed New Jersey: El Toro New York: Comet (Great Escape) North Carolina: Fury 325 Ohio: Steel Vengeance Oklahoma: Silver Bullet (Frontier City) Pennsy
  11. I should probably wait to post since there's only 1 Cedar Fair park I haven't been to, and I'm hitting it next month. But anyways, here's how I rank all the Cedar Fair Parks I've been to. 1. Cedar Point 2. Canada's Wonderland 3. Knotts Berry Farm 4. Carowinds 5. Kings Island 6. Valleyfair 7. Worlds of Fun 8. Dorney Park 9. California's Great America 10. Michigan's Adventure
  12. Absolutely, those pod hotels are incredibly cheap. I stayed at the Grids Akihabara hotel, which charges around $25-30 a night. You don't have a ton of space, but you'll probably be out all day, so just having a bed and a shared bathroom should be fine. It's in Akihabara, only a 5 minute walk from the JR Akihabara station and all the cool stuff Akihabara has. Also, Grids is a big Pod Hotel chain in Japan and they have hotels in other cities that are similarly priced. Aside from that, everything else I have to suggest, people have already mentioned. 1. Get the Rail Pass. Worth every yen, an
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