I don't think I can take another 'what's going to be happening for 2008 at CP' thread. Quite frankly, I was so GREATLY disappointed with Maverick that I can remember saying to myself, "wow, what was all that about" after riding. You would think it was going to be the second coming of Jesus Christ by the way everyone was building it up.
Quite frankly, I had such a horrible time the last time I visited Cedar Point, what with overpriced and lousy food, and rediculously long lines, I COULDN'T CARE LESS what they're doing for 2008. I would rather go to Kennywood or simply sit at home on my deck than to go back there.
Edit: One more thing, did you read the CP Blog where Tony and Tyler talk about prople "going crazy" after seeing them at the Cedar Point parade? Talk about shameless self-promotion.... Don't get a "God Complex," guys. You are but a small cog in a vast, heartless corporation, not every teenage girl's fantasy! Oh my gosh, how amusing....... *** Edited 10/1/2007 2:50:12 AM UTC by ophthodoc***
I love people who are so self-important and positive of their elevated status telling others who won't ever see their comments and don't know you from a hole in the ground that they shouldn't get a "god complex" because they're so unimportant.
Who died and made you king?
Obviously your status has unfortunately robbed you of your short(ish) term memory, otherwise you - who has been around this site and therefore this hobby for a few years now - would already know that Cedar Point has had overpriced, lousy food and "rediculously" (sic) long lines since ... oh, I'd say 1989ish?
Brett, Resident Launch Whore
Anti-Enthusiast (the undiplomatic one)
Count me in as a person who doesn't think Maverick is the best thing since sliced bread. I'm not saying that it sucks or is merely mediocre, it is still a good ride but not one that I would pick to ride over and over again. It is too intense to the point where it is not fun for me for 2 or more consecutive rides. I guess I'm a fan of the regular sit down, floor-ed roller coasters that feature big hills, airtime, and speed.