Cedar Point Announces Fast Lane On Facebook

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Personally, I didn't think any reply was needed. I was waiting for the July 1st follow-up.

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rollergator said:
My stuff....often...looks like that.

But I use papragraph breaks to keep the reader from going blind.


Oh, I thought you were going blind for another reason. ;-)

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Hey, this is a VQ thread, right?

Didn't want to start a new topic for this:

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Grumble grumble grumble....LOL!

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I personally think it is worth the upcharge fee to get the VIP body cavity search.

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Now the gay shirtless Muslims will be able to bypass security lines?!?!

Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."

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Allow me to translate:

Talon1189 and his friend (let's call him "Bob") are going going to Cedar Point on July 1. They are both between 50 and 60 years old. There are three reasons that they buy front-of-the-line access at parks.

1. They can ride the most coasters in a day.

2. They are not able to stand in long lines due to their age.

3. "Bob" is of a larger size and they do not want to wait in a long line only to be turned away for his size.

The two went to Six Flags Magic Mountain last year during Christmas, and rode 12 coasters with Flashpass. It was a very busy day. They waited 35 minutes, with Flashpass, for Superman, and "Bob" was not allowed to ride because of his size. They did not feel bad for waiting because it could have been a lot worse of a wait without Flashpass, as the standby line was around two hours long.

Even if the Fast Lane at Cedar Point cost $75, it would be worth it to him, as long as:

A. He and "Bob" could ride 12 coasters, and...

B. As long as they don't have a stroke or heart attack while at the park.

He plans to report back here after his visit to Cedar Point on July 1 to tell us about his Fast Lane experience. He would love it if we talked about his post at length between now and then.

His second post translates to:

Why aren't you talking about my post at length?

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sws's avatar

Travis, you've turned into such a bully. My feelings are hurt. What's happened to Coaster Buzz, I mean Krause. ;)

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If he had typed that first posting in the manner Travis just did...I probably would have replied... ;-)

With eye-friendly paragraph breaks, even... :~P

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And extra ellipsises for good measure.

Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."

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Not trying to be mean, but 6'2" 325lbs and Cedar Points rollercoasters are not a good combination. Been there done that!

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