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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

Postby mary.pesik » Tue Jan 29, 2019 7:25 pm

Does anyone else think the voice of Cyborg in Battle for Metropolis is fucking adorable? I mean, for someone who's meant to be tough (look at the Cyborg: Cyber Spin sign. He's like, a grown man there. And yet he has his BfM voice in the phone teaser.) he sure doesn't sound like it. He's happy and upbeat and talks his mouth off. He says he's the youngest member of the Justice League, but I don't think he's THAT young. And Bumper Robinson did a bad job at expressing emotion, "They're talking about capturing Superman!" sounds a bit panicked, sure, but it sounds more like he's excited. And don't get me started about the actual ride; two points at which he panics, but it does sound OK.

However, as far as words go, I will always know that the Cyborg animatronic is also a fucking savage. Listen closely to that cute voice and you'll hear savageness. He roasts everyone, even the Justice League Reserve Team members he's recruiting and greeting.

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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

Postby mary.pesik » Wed Jan 30, 2019 3:14 pm

The almost wooden levels of acting in Battle for Metropolis; specifically for Cyborg and The Flash. However, Cyborg has a pretty cute voice.
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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

Postby boldikus » Wed Jan 30, 2019 4:38 pm

mary.pesik wrote:Does anyone else think the voice of Cyborg in Battle for Metropolis is fucking adorable? I mean, for someone who's meant to be tough (look at the Cyborg: Cyber Spin sign. He's like, a grown man there. And yet he has his BfM voice in the phone teaser.) he sure doesn't sound like it. He's happy and upbeat and talks his mouth off. He says he's the youngest member of the Justice League, but I don't think he's THAT young. And Bumper Robinson did a bad job at expressing emotion, "They're talking about capturing Superman!" sounds a bit panicked, sure, but it sounds more like he's excited. And don't get me started about the actual ride; two points at which he panics, but it does sound OK.

However, as far as words go, I will always know that the Cyborg animatronic is also a fucking savage. Listen closely to that cute voice and you'll hear savageness. He roasts everyone, even the Justice League Reserve Team members he's recruiting and greeting.

ETA: And The Flash. Good God, The Flash. "AI'VE GOT DIS"
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Postby bert425 » Wed Jan 30, 2019 5:52 pm

mary.pesik wrote:The almost wooden levels of acting in Battle for Metropolis; specifically for Cyborg and The Flash. However, Cyborg has a pretty cute voice.



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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

Postby jlp94 » Thu Jan 31, 2019 7:26 am

What is happening in this thread... I don't know whether to watch from a distance and quietly laugh or run away in fear :lmao:
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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

Postby scottiemon » Thu Jan 31, 2019 8:17 am

jlp94 wrote:What is happening in this thread... I don't know whether to watch from a distance and quietly laugh or run away in fear :lmao:
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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

Postby RAWKIN_coaster38 » Thu Jan 31, 2019 10:02 am

Too Fast For Comfort wrote:It looks like a key word here is "without the parents permission." So in the future, they could probably do it as long as the parents attend with the kid for at least one visit, go to guest relations, and fill out some brief forms. So I don't see this really being huge blow to Six Flags. Truth be told, I think it makes sense to have some parental or guardian supervision for 14 year olds at parks anyway.

When I read about this situation, I just had this image of a distracted mom and a bored, teenage Six Flags employee ushering guests through and instructing the 14-year-old to put their finger on the scanner before the mom realized what was happening. What I don't get is how you go from the moment when you realize your kid put their finger on the scanner without your consent to filing a lawsuit against Six Flags. Seriously, do you have something to hide or are you just that money-hungry/American white butthurt about everything (assuming this lady was white, but maybe not)? :roll:
I mean I don't have kids and obviously I go to a lot of theme parks but is it that difficult to realize that a. your kid is getting their finger scanned "without your consent" and b. Six Flags does this as well as Disney and a lot of theme parks?
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Re: Six Flags Corporate Discussion Thread

Postby Too Fast For Comfort » Thu Jan 31, 2019 10:29 am

RAWKIN_coaster38 wrote:
Too Fast For Comfort wrote:It looks like a key word here is "without the parents permission." So in the future, they could probably do it as long as the parents attend with the kid for at least one visit, go to guest relations, and fill out some brief forms. So I don't see this really being huge blow to Six Flags. Truth be told, I think it makes sense to have some parental or guardian supervision for 14 year olds at parks anyway.

When I read about this situation, I just had this image of a distracted mom and a bored, teenage Six Flags employee ushering guests through and instructing the 14-year-old to put their finger on the scanner before the mom realized what was happening. What I don't get is how you go from the moment when you realize your kid put their finger on the scanner without your consent to filing a lawsuit against Six Flags. Seriously, do you have something to hide or are you just that money-hungry/American white butthurt about everything (assuming this lady was white, but maybe not)? :roll:
I mean I don't have kids and obviously I go to a lot of theme parks but is it that difficult to realize that a. your kid is getting their finger scanned "without your consent" and b. Six Flags does this as well as Disney and a lot of theme parks?


If she's not comfortable with this, she better destroy all of the devices that she or her family use that connect to the internet. Everybody has all of their personal data already.

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