Griffon to reopen Aug. 5th

I don't doubt the fact that everything can fail. All I'm saying is that it's impossible to plan for every failure. I guess there is a line and Busch positioned themselves on the side of the line that didn't include stocking a spare lift chain. Considering the chain's normally-stellar operations, I wouldn't hold this against them as much as I would hold it against Six Flags. Of course, I would expect this sort of thing at a Six Flags park!
Mamoosh's avatar
...its amazing what people will argue about...
Nothing like a good bull session. Well, if we're gonna arue about things, does anybody think MF would've been better if B&M had built it? :)

Coaster Junkie from NH
I drive in & out of Boston, so I ride coasters to relax!

Needless quotation removed... please don't quote the previous post. -J

Well, considering I don't care for Intamin's products, I think any of their coasters would have been better if B&M built them...

*sorry, just not an Intamin fan* *** Edited 8/8/2008 8:10:24 PM UTC by Jeff***

Danny Biggerstaff CoAsTeRDaN
At least if B&M built the thing, more people could fit inside the restraints. Why Intamin trains can't do something that B&M trains do with ease is something I'll never understand.
I was just piggybacking on Moosh's comment. The tounge was firmly planted in cheek.

It's the great "Ford Vs Chevy Vs Mopar" debate. Only this time it's "Intamin vs B&M vs Verkoma."

And people say Star Trek & comic fanboys are bad...

Coaster Junkie from NH
I drive in & out of Boston, so I ride coasters to relax!

Oh, they still are ;)

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