" "We put a $4 million building around this dog ride and named it "Disaster Transport." I still remember on opening day a gentleman walked out of the ride and came over to me and said, 'You named that one right -- that's a disaster.' And you know what, he was right. That was by far the dumbest thing I ever did." "
I don't know, for me personally, it would be between Cedar Creek Mine Ride & Mantis. They both absolutely tear my back and neck to pieces. Disaster Transport, while a bad idea from the beginning, has it's own bit of charm (in a totally weird way). Plus, since I have younger children I have to ride it quite often.
I actually thought Disaster Transport was ok when it opened. The queue was well done and interesting, and the ride was "unique" for CP. Granted it was no Space Mountain, but I thought it was nice.
What makes Disaster Transport an abomination now is the fact that Cedar Point let it fall to pieces. They haven't kept the theming up at ALL and the queue is just an embarrassment to the park. I refuse to let any Cedar Point "newbies" go on that ride because it really makes the park look bad.
Its not a great ride if your into the big thrill coasters. But if you like coasters and not the mega ones, than DT is right up your alley.
Disaster transport is a great family ride.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.