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About jlp94

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    I know more about donkeys than women!
  • Birthday 09/04/2003

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  1. ^ My thoughts as well. The decision up to the state, of course, but it doesn't really make sense.
  2. Haven't been on the forum in quite a while, good to be back right as the new website style is introduced! I went to Six Flags St. Louis in late July and the last thing I rode was Boss. It was running pretty good and my friend's 300th credit as an added bonus!
  3. In order of when I first rode -Ragin' Cajun at Six Flags Great America: It was fun those few rides I got when I was like 9-10, though Reverchons generally aren't good rides so I'm not really jonesing to get back to it. -Dragon Challenge (both sides) at Islands of Adventure: God, reminding me of this ride is one hell of a way to bring down my mood. A front row ride I got on Chinese Fireball back in 2015 is still one of my fondest "early" coaster memories -Georgia Cyclone at Six Flags Over Georgia: Only one ride on it, but what a horrible experience that was. Still one of the most painful
  4. Sad to see that I'm one of the rare few that really liked Dragon. One of the most underrated coasters I've ridden I'd like to see a new gen Vekoma go there personally
  5. I hate to be this guy but... Blue Fall closed on March 31st. I'm not sure whether to consider this for good or just temporarily, but it is listed as "business closed." http://www.seaparadise.co.jp/28474/index.html EDIT - It's also off the list of attractions so, unfortunately, it might be for good.
  6. Yeah I actually enjoyed Dragon on my visit to Adventureland. Forceful, relatively smooth (except for the pre-lift) and quite fun. Ninja isn't terrible, but I don't enjoy riding it per se.
  7. Governor Greg Abbott is planning to re-open Texas soon: https://www.texastribune.org/2020/04/21/texas-reopening-task-force/ I wonder what this will mean for the theme parks.
  8. Old footage from early 2000s trips. Like just your park visits in general, not just specific rides. Although if there were specific rides, I'd like to see HyperSonic XLC, Batman and Robin: The Chiller, Viper at Six Flags Great Adventure, Shockwave at SFGAm, and some wacky European rides, just to name a few.
  9. Expedition GeForce, and I've ridden coasters like Lightning Rod, X2, Steel Vengeance, Voyage, etc. It's the perfect amount of everything. Ridiculous airtime, my favorite first drop, nice location, great pacing, all around intensity, it's just fantastic. Steel Vengeance is great too but very repetitive in the second half. Shoutout to Coaster at PNE however, deserves way more love.
  10. Great report, loved hearing all the ride reviews. Twisted Colossus running 1 train is insane; I get it probably wasn't super busy but for such a long ride that's crazy.
  11. Love it! I agree, Nemesis is still a fantastic ride and the best in the United Kingdom even today.
  12. I've ridden more 200-299 feet coasters but I'm only ranking those that are actually marketed as hyper coasters (so no Wicked Twister, Valravn, etc) 1. Expedition GeForce (my #1) 2. Steel Vengeance 3. Mako 4. Magnum XL-200 5. Raging Bull 6. Diamondback 7. Goliath SFMM
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