I see no pic policy here.
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I was taking pics of Mantis climbing up the lift from in the station, and was told to put the camera away (after I got a couple good shots)... but I didn't argue or anything since I got the shots I needed... although I don't see anything wrong so as long as you have it put away before you get on the ride.
All the No Limits guys were attempting to do was get more shots for research--which probably means they're putting stuff together for a future release down the road. Ole has said in print at some point that there will be a 2.0 release. Maybe it was for that. When my friend comes over today, I'll have to find out what coaster station they were in when they got yelled at, as I didn't hear it.
Cedar Point and Geauga Lake have more pointless safety restrictions than any other parks I've been to.
I guess you haven't been to Knott's then- it takes the cake for pointless safety restrictions. The park shuts down if it MIGHT sprinkle. It must be a Cedar Fair thing.
The park shuts down if it MIGHT sprinkle. It must be a Cedar Fair thing.
I think it's more that southern Californians believe they will melt if they get wet.
Dental Plan! Lisa Needs Braces.
I asked the ride op why I wasn't allowed to?
He told me because competitors come there to try and steal their ideas.
So I laughed, and said are you serious?
He told me yes, and that they wouldn't want anyone from Cedar Point coming and taking photos for ideas or to steal designs/mechanics of rides.
I said "But I thought you guys were owned by the same company as Cedar Point?"
He said we are, but we are in competition with each other.
I laughed again.
He obviously didn't know what he was talking about, so I just left it alone.
I think it's a pretty ridiculous rule.
I always love getting my pic taken while sitting in the trains on any coaster.
I have also never had this problem at ANY other park.
GCI Coasters + Millennium Flyer Trains = Love!
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