BooBuzz 2008: Saturday, October 11

^I know what your saying about the weather Jeff. Every year it gets more and more unpredictable. We went in mid-October 4 or 5 years ago and had unbelievably good weather and the crowds showed for it. Heck, look at PPP this past year. 80+ degrees in Elysburg, PA in early October is uncalled of. There's just less of a chance of a really cold shot in September and the crowds don't seem quite as bad in September (but that's starting to change too), that's why we've decided to stick to September.
Jason Hammond's avatar
^^Sounds good to me. Especialy the eating indoors part. :) *** Edited 2/25/2008 9:55:35 PM UTC by Jason Hammond***

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That still works for me! Eating indoors will be a nice change!

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Ok, I'm going to put in the first request, and am prepared for all the typical jokes:

Can we get some better damn food than the last two years? I'd be willing to pay extra for something that is of higher quality than crappy chicken and hot dogs with month-old buns?

Jeff Young
HeyIsntThatRob?'s avatar
Seconded. The food sucked, my 18 month old son wasn't picky at the time, but he sure was when it came to food for BooBuzz.

I'd pay a little more for it as well for something of higher quality.

~Rob Willi

I would also pay more for higher quality and even less choices.
Jeff's avatar
I'll forward your requests to Bryan, who cooks the food himself. :)

Yeah... CP catering has never been very strong.

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HeyIsntThatRob?'s avatar
My suggestion. Break into Will's office at Holiday World and find that pizza and sauce recipe!


~Rob Willi

Why should it be any different than the rest of the food served in the park? That would ruin the ROI. :)


Lord Gonchar's avatar
I propose the opposite. We all know that price is the only thing that matters. I want to do this event as cheaply as possible.

I'm willing to eat "used" food if it saves me a buck!

Maybe they have some two-month old buns lying around that would cost us less than the month-old variety? Seagull instead of chicken? Ice instead of ice cream?

Just brainstorming...


eightdotthree's avatar
How about a wrist band for the cheapskates? They get the stuff people are throwing out.

Now your thinking Gonch! It'll be the best $3 you ever saved! :)


They could also recycle all of the discarded maps for TP in the restrooms. :)


I think it should be a premium priced event to control the attendance and keep out the riff-raff. Starting at $199 a head. ;)
Moving boo buzz to October 11 does not solve the problem of deciding which event to go to. I know I can only ask for 1 of the week-ends off from work. I'm sure I am also not the only person debating the cost of attending both events. It was nice last year that there was almost a month between the events.

When it was October 4 - Boo buzz looked the best, but with the new date Holiday may be where we go.

But this is strictly my opinion and I could be wrong.

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^ For a quarter (or is it 50 cents?) you can get the animal feed near Mine Ride and the Petting Zoo.

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^You don't even need the quarter or 50 cents at the one near the petting zoo. It's been the same since I was 11 years old. Just turn the handle back and forth a few times and you have enough to feed the birds.



^Way to go, now CP is going to go out and fix that one. No more free duck food for you! ;) *** Edited 2/27/2008 9:09:27 PM UTC by loriu***
Curse you Tambo. My kids will cry when they find out they can't get free duck food because of you.
Darn...University of Michigan has a home game that weekend.

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