I was searching the USPTO website and i've come across two interesting ones, both registered for Six Flags, both registered on August 23rd, 2005. One is "Fly at the Speed of Fear", which i'm assuming is for Six Flags Magic Mountain's flying coaster for 2006.
And the other one is Tatsu, which is the japanese word for Dragon, perhaps for GADV's woodie. Or, perhaps Tatsu is for the SFMM flyer, since it's a dragon, and in the Samurai Summit.
The "Fly at the Speed of Fear" patent can be seen here:
I would put both of those with the MM ride... Dragons do fly so it kinda makes sense to use the japanesse word for dragon to name a flying coaster in a samari themed area. Then again when can you use common sense when talking about SF ;) *** Edited 9/22/2005 7:02:09 PM UTC by dragonoffrost***
I like Tatsu (Dragon in Japanese). Another park using a foreign language translation of a word for a ride (ala SheiKra, Montu, Kingda Ka, Gwazi, Kumba). It's nice. It's so fitting too, considering how this Flyer is being built in the SAMURAI SUMMIT themed area. I think they could have done better with the ride's slogan though. It's so tacky.
The weird thing is is that I think Jophish was just making up his own tagline for it. I didn't think he actually knows it was going to have that tagline. It looks to me like he gave his idea to what it should be.