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Just got off our fourth ride of the day on SV! Rode front and we both agreed that, for us, it is better in the back. We just feel like it’s more relentless back there! Now we are taking a break from it until around 9 when the sun goes down for a night ride or two before it closes with the majority of the park. I’m slightly hopeful they’ll surprise us and add it to the night time lineup of ERT rides! Lol. Not likely, but one can dream lol

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I’m slightly hopeful they’ll surprise us and add it to the night time lineup of ERT rides! Lol. Not likely, but one can dream lol

 

 

After walking around a park since 7am I couldn't think of anything better than Millennium Force ERT with the magic gate open (and you know it'll open), but to each his own. Be happy with what you've got, the Steel Vengeance crew has to sleep sometime.

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I’m slightly hopeful they’ll surprise us and add it to the night time lineup of ERT rides! Lol. Not likely, but one can dream lol

 

 

After walking around a park since 7am I couldn't think of anything better than Millennium Force ERT with the magic gate open (and you know it'll open), but to each his own. Be happy with what you've got, the Steel Vengeance crew has to sleep sometime.

 

 

Lol. We are excited for MF ERT. Definitely will be fun to get some night rides on. Valravn too! Definitely no complaints with today!

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It’s been an awesome day already with a whole lot more to go. SV is awesome. It seems like they are waiting for the train to hit the break run before they’ll send the next. One of our rides we were fully checked and still waited until the other train was back.

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So, the Coastermania Q&A just happened, and I feel compelled to mention that Jason McClure gave affirmation that the 150th Anniversary in 2020 WILL be celebrated by something "big", and they will go all out! Let the debate begin again!

 

Sometimes I just can't help but stir the pot!

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So, the Coastermania Q&A just happened, and I feel compelled to mention that Jason McClure gave affirmation that the 150th Anniversary in 2020 WILL be celebrated by something "big", and they will go all out! Let the debate begin again!

 

Sometimes I just can't help but stir the pot!

Bigger plastic cup size for free water at the food places would be life changing. No more searching out a drinking fountain to get an adequate amount of water.

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I mean... what’s Jason McClure going to say?

 

“150th Anniversary? Oh yeah... we’re totally phoning it in. A few fireworks nights, first 150 people on opening day can get in for $1.50 to ride our 4 coasters that are ready to operate on opening day and we’re getting singing mushrooms because we thought the flagship should have singing mushrooms. Next question...”

 

I mean, maybe they’ll get something awesome but I don’t think their 150th anniversary plays into that decision and they’re going to say that anything they do is “big” so I wouldn’t read too far into it.

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Oh god, not this debate again.

 

But I think the 150th anniversary is huge in the parks eyes, and they will be making note of it with something big. They mentioned it like two years ago. That doesn't normally happen.

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...But I think the 150th anniversary is huge in the parks eyes, and they will be making note of it with something big. They mentioned it like two years ago. That doesn't normally happen.

 

Whatever it is, it's obviously going to go 150mph.

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Singing mushrooms and a loop coaster? That would be pretty dope.

 

Worlds first 150 foot loop coaster next to worlds first 150 foot tall singing mushrooms?

 

Make it happen, Tony.

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How about this, Tony?..... Give Animal Kingdom a run for it's money.

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150 FEET TALL! Rusutsu Park ~ TPR 2013 Japan Tour.

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...But I think the 150th anniversary is huge in the parks eyes, and they will be making note of it with something big. They mentioned it like two years ago. That doesn't normally happen.

 

Whatever it is, it's obviously going to go 150mph.

 

Nothing is obvious in this crazy, messed up world. There were people that thought the RMC truck was photoshopped (Looking at you, Bill). And people that thought Steel Vengeance was going to be a new for 2017 (looking at you Mossed).

 

But I'd venture a guess that you're probably right. If anything, underselling the speed a little.

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Oh god, not this debate again.

 

But I think the 150th anniversary is huge in the parks eyes, and they will be making note of it with something big. They mentioned it like two years ago. That doesn't normally happen.

 

 

Repeat after me...

 

Theme

Parks

Do

Not

Give

A

Single

Sh*t

About

Wood

To

Steel

Coaster

Ratios,

Anniversaries

Or

Bull***

Coaster

Feature

Quotas

Like

Number

Of

Inverting

Coasters

Or

Stupid

Sh*t

Like

That

 

... God damn

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yeah but none of it will matter because Steel Vengeance isn't a real credit anymore due to the midcourse being slightly stronger

 

It's the other way around.. Every time Steel Vengeance trims you to a different speed, it's a new credit

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