"Crappily?" Did I realy say that? ;)
Missed the show but I would take X in NJ. If and only if, they can run it properly.
Cedar fair could buy great adventure and make no improvements what so ever and people will autmoatically love the park.
This is what I hate about this particular board.
Dividing the world up into "fanboys" and "haters" DOES make it easier to decipher good from evil....but it's a little too simplistic for any real comprehension.
Personally, I thought Paramount was the best of the chains if you were a guest. But their rides/maintenance left a LOT to be desired. Bottom line: Everyone has plus/minus, 'cept me....I'm ALL good...just ask me! ;)
Hating Six Flags for no reason? What about the increased prices, poor operations, less-than-satisfactory service, and multiple closed rides? Do these things count as "no reason"?
I realize that certain SF parks are run better than others, but SFGAdv is certainly not near the top of that list.
coastin' since 1985
Saying "I hate Six Flags" to a bunch of enthusiasts is on the same token as going to the DNC and proclaiming how much you hate George W. Bush. It's all bandwagon stuff at this point.
I cant believe you didnt know that
.....It's all bandwagon stuff at this point.
I don't disagree with you, but bandwagon or no, the reasons for feeling so are PLENTY :)
Hate Six Flags for no reason? Ummmmmmmm I used to be a big GAdv supporter and it is/was my homepark, but this past season just made me see how bad things really are. I have backed off my support and will return when I hear good reports in mid summer.
Three hour waits with poor operations gets a bad review from me. Operating Flashpass at some rides like they do or should I say not operating it since they don't have an employee checking the people for their pass, strike 2. Then add the smoking in areas that are no smoking and the indifferent employee attitudes to line jumping, strike 3. Goodbye my cash will go elsewhere next season.
I have traveled around and seen parks run the way they should be and GAdv isn't one of them. Go to Kennywood, Dollywood, Hershey and tell me that Great Adventure is run like them? I won't even go the extra bit and mention new Denver Bronco QB Jay Cutler's childhood hometown park (hint he went to an Indiana High School) by name. Those are well run parks. I even say that CF doesn't run parks optimumly but does better than most SF parks. I don't bash unless the company deserves it.
See you all in the Land of Chocolate next year.
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