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  • Birthday 06/14/1989
  1. Just combining Tower of Terror, Rock n Roller Coaster and Newsies in one day sounds utterly fantastic to me! (I've never been to the Sea World in Orlando, so I can't really comment on that.) But you got to experience some of my favorite Disney attractions and my absolute favorite show in merely a few hours! I'm so jealous! I agree about the towers/ sets from Newsies. The way they move around the stage is so cool to watch. Even though they're fairly minimalistic, there's just something about seeing giant metal scaffolds manipulate themselves into different structures that's kind of awe-insp
  2. Keep up the great TR! While I love seeing any type of TR about Orlando, there's always that something extra when it's one from someone who has never been. Just seeing people's reactions to the sheer level of detail put into these parks is worth it. I'm looking forward to seeing your reactions to the other parks you haven't experienced.
  3. I primarily watch Youtube videos on my laptop, but will occasionally use my phone. I subscribe to a bunch of channels, and I check them out first thing to see if any new content has been posted, but I also watch videos on channels that I'm not subscribed to. I make sure I watch a wide variety of videos, from theme park stuff (obviously) to food reviews to random tutorials. I sometimes share videos via social media (mainly if I'm trying to win a Bag-of-Crap), but a lot of people don't share my interests, so I don't want to seem overbearing. I rarely comment on a video, however, when I do, I mak
  4. I actually noticed that! I looked at it, and was surprised when I saw the picture of Corey Cott in the middle as Jack! How on earth did you get that? I had one cast member look confused when I said I was a Newsie (even though I was walking around with my own newspaper-- sidenote, it took forever to find an all black-and-white page in the Washington Post for the costume!), but a bunch in Adventureland said they loved my outfit! Also, I had my friend (the girl in the red hat in the background of the picture) take a photo of me carrying the banner in front of City Hall in Town Square. It see
  5. I had a fantastic time at this event! It was my first time going to it, or any hard-ticket, and it was totally worth every penny. Plus, I was so excited to run into my fellow Newsies! When I saw you three, I kind of started fan-girling (I admit it), but it was still awesome! Robb, may I please post the picture of us as Newsies on my facebook? And please tell Kristen thanks again for the newspaper!
  6. I remember there was one time I attempted to use a bathroom at SFA (in the Gotham City section), and I almost threw up because of how disgusting it was. It looked (and smelled) like there was a burst pipe, because the whole thing was flooded with sewage. On the other hand, I don't think I've ever seen a theme park bathroom as nice as the Tangled ones in Magic Kingdom. I didn't even have to use it, but I just went inside to marvel at how pretty it was.
  7. I really like the Mixed Grille from the food court next to Storm Runner in Hersheypark. It's got a good variety, the portions are huge, and it's pretty tasty. I also like the Central PA Kosher Mart's falafel, and the kettle corn is the best I have tasted ANYWHERE.
  8. Regarding the knock-off SkyLoop, I personally think it's a pretty pointless ride style. At the very least, it looks smooth, if not boring as anything. Now with the chicken-coaster, that thing looks like it's going to break apart at any second. What's the betting that if you held one of those chickens while you rode that you would end up with a McNugget?
  9. Wow, that definitely looks like a fun ride! The flume looks like it has really good pacing. I wasn't expecting to see that backward section (but the rave room with all the skulls and neon and lasers looks awesome), and that soundtrack is so catchy! Looks like I need to get over to Europe to go to this park one day.
  10. This has got to be the most bizarre coaster I have ever seen. It's an interesting concept. I never thought that combining lifts with tries and launches would actually work together, but clearly it does. I think that the multiple stops might make it hard to enjoy, though. I'm not personally a fan of when coasters constantly lose momentum.
  11. Oh, so it's like the Year of a Million Dreams that Disney did, where all the parks are celebrating. Got it. Either way, the pictures of the offerings look really great, and the park just gave me more reasons as to why I want to go there.
  12. This may be a stupid question, but wasn't 1973 (the date listed as the park opening in the pictures) 41 years ago? Why are they celebrating the 50th anniversary now, instead of in nine years?
  13. My personal list of favorites is as follows: Maryland- Superman Ride of Steel Virginia- Volcano The Blast Coaster Pennsylvania- Lightning Racer New Jersey- El Toro New York- Coney Island Cyclone California- Big Thunder Mountain Railroad (I only went once when I was a little kid, so I couldn't really go on coasters) Florida- Dragon Challenge: Chinese Fireball Looks like I really need to get to some more parks and/or states.
  14. I already posted this on facebook, but I got my Bag-O-Crap the other day! Lots of fun stuff, as always! THANK YOU, TPR for being awesome and giving these out to people! Loving all the great stuff!
  15. I prefer version 2. I don't follow Twitter, so to me personally, the Tweet feed of option 1 is an area that I will not utilize. Option 2 makes it easier to see everything that's available, and I like having the larger picture as a header.
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