It's actually called Disaster Transport, and what it is is an enclosed bobsled ride. Similar to La Vibora at Six Flags over Texas. As for the 3-D part, it really isn't. You can buy the glasses for the wait line and check out the stuff painted in trippy neon paint, but for the actual ride it is entirely dark.....
Well I think that it was a harmless question that when taken out of the context of his trollish or flaming nature then it would have been answered without a hitch. I did not know about his other posts. Since he did not even know the correct name of the ride, could he have found the right ride? I don't know.
If I sound grouchy, it is because I am not having a great day, so disregard my grouchiness. (I seriously am not a grouchy person)
a_hoffman_50, you don't sound grouchy at all to me.
I would smile and tell him to look it up himself too, if he had an internet connection right there and Cedar Points website was a click away, and the effort it required it to tell him the answer was going to be more than just speaking it to him...yep, I agree...apples/oranges.
True, but I think of this as more of a conversational forum and not some formal thing where we are limited in our discussions. So in the respect that it is more of a discussion then I would deem it lemons/oranges different fruit, not exactly the same but with similarities, but not apples/oranges, both are fruits but not the same at all. An example of what I would consider apples/oranges would be like a blog without commentary. One person can share with the world what he thinks, but no one can directly say anything about it on site. (Are we off topic or what? I chalk it up to boredom/anxiously waiting for our beloved coasters to open. I don't wanna hear it you people down in Florida!) *** Edited 4/20/2006 2:37:24 AM UTC by a_hoffman50***
a_hoffman50 said: Well I think that it was a harmless question ...
What if we all posted "harmless" questions. The board would be filled with 2 post threads. The point is, as Moosh said, he had plenty of information to take the five seconds to find the answer on his own.