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  1. This is an uncomfortable amount of kiddie coaster discussion.
  2. $20 is the highest starting wage in the industry, so I’m sure they’ll find the people they need at the expense of other businesses in Sandusky.
  3. Sports took a year off with fans, but now it’s back! And so is this thread! First up, the braves new stadium, Truist park. It’s about 10ish miles outside the downtown area in the middle of a business complex, but they built a nice “citywalk” style place outside to give fans and locals more reason to visit. It’s not going to be memorable as a classic stadium, but it does pack all the modern amenities in to make for a nice experience. a staple of every stadium is statues honoring their teams great players. Atlanta is no exception. Probably the cool
  4. The now demolished facades that made up queue for Batman and green latern were the last remnants of that section of the park. the nightclub from that section is why magic mountain had metal detectors long before other parks: in the 80s, a packed night turned into a gang brawl with multiple stabbings.
  5. They likely paint it more than other rides because they weld it so much.
  6. 100% we expect all TPR members to follow all park guidelines. So the answer is she should not be visiting the park at this time. Thus far, only Sea World has changed their guidelines to allow vaccinated guests from any state if she wants to visit a park.
  7. Broader appeal=more up charge money. For the folks who may still want the thrill of the height without the fear of the sky coaster harness and free fall. kind of reminds me of when S&S did the sky shot. I never even thought to go on the slingshot rides since they looked too sketchy for me, but 100% trusted the S&S sky shot.
  8. You should be fine with flash pass on a weekday. Kids are back in school, so crowds should be fine.
  9. Most likely just waiting for LA county approval before jumping in. Would imagine it’s coming soon.
  10. To be fair, right now CA has the lowest case numbers for the continental U.S. Is this requirement both smart (why wouldn’t you want visitors who are vaccinated?) and dumb (Orange County and central CA might as well be Alabama—pretty good odds they’re traveling within the state not caring about COVID at all or getting vaccinated) at the same time? Yes. Totally on brand for CA’s response thus far.
  11. You must be new around here if you think I’m a “boot licker” for SFMM. I’m just someone who realizes covid enforcement is a joke everywhere now and understands that if you chose to go somewhere you know will be a gathering place for thousands of strangers, you assume the risks that go with it. But some would rather aim for tik tok clout than just say “I don’t feel comfortable here. I’m out.” There is no entry level job in America that pays enough for anyone to care about enforcing things for all but the worst of the worst violators of covid precautions. Nor is there a busines
  12. They aren’t going to get shut down unless the state and county will also be shutting down every other large venue again in the event things get out of control for another big wave. You can watch fans not wearing their masks all night long in the dugout club on every Dodger broadcast. Or anywhere else you go. 100% compliance is not feasible while these businesses are limited on what profit they make. I bash SFMM as much as anybody, but it’s very clear they added more security to do the best they can. Anyone who visits a theme park knows the risks. You are knowingly going to a place
  13. Correct. It was moved to the lower lot with the opening of the starway and ET to make lower lot permanently part of the theme park and not just a studio tour stop.
  14. Another fun fact: prop plaza still exists in tact (minus the props of course) and is used frequently as a production base camp for the studio.
  15. Fun fact: the studio tour used to load where Jurassic park is now. It was moved to its current loading location for Jurassic Park to be built.
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