Hersheyparks New Rocketcoaster

Sunday, February 1, 2004 5:45 PM
Did anyone checkout the new coaster Hersheypark is putting in for this summers new attraction.I can hardly wait to head there this year is a rocket launch coaster and it looks to cool.I stumbled upon it when i was checking out there web sight 0 to 72 mph. in 2 seconds and alot of loops and twist this is just what Hersheypark needs and the doctor ordered lol. :)
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Sunday, February 1, 2004 5:48 PM
Um.. just a little bit late
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Sunday, February 1, 2004 7:17 PM
Welcome to August 2003.
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Sunday, February 1, 2004 9:05 PM

chad said:
Did anyone checkout the new coaster Hersheypark is putting in for this summers new attraction.I can hardly wait to head there this year is a rocket launch coaster and it looks to cool.I stumbled upon it when i was checking out there web sight 0 to 72 mph. in 2 seconds and alot of loops and twist this is just what Hersheypark needs and the doctor ordered lol.

1. Make sure you re-enroll in whatever English course you're currently taking.

2. I will restate what two others have already done - this ride was announced quite awhile ago.

3. Yes, I have to be a prick.

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Sunday, February 1, 2004 9:16 PM
Your input will actually be welcomed here, but that *search* function will save you future heat...
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Sunday, February 1, 2004 10:16 PM
That coaster is going to be a blast (pun intended). It is apparent that Hershey wants to be one of the best parks in the nation, and I say they have allready surpassed that. I consider anything Hersheypark adds from here on out to be a bonus.

...This is hard for me to do. Take it from me chad, all of the ridicule you could recieve from misspelled words, not putting two spaces after correct punctuation, not using the correct word their, there, or they're, or typing run on sentences (like this one lol), is almost not worth the effort, ESPECIALLY in the off season. A lot of buzzers are probably going to gang up and bully you now and I just want to go on the record as saying before hand that I STILL think it is wrong for them to do so.

If you can get around all of that bs, I'm sure that you can learn a lot from Coasterbuzz.

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Sunday, February 1, 2004 11:28 PM
I think you can learn a lot without any trouble by using proper English... it's kinda like not belching in at a resturant... there are some things that need to be done at public venues that can be relaxed at home / away from the public eye, but should be used around others... and spelling is one of them.
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Monday, February 2, 2004 7:44 AM
res·tau·rant(rstr-nt, -t-ränt)n.
A place where meals are served to the public.

:)

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Monday, February 2, 2004 9:11 AM
they new coaster will be a real success story . I can tell. Its not as flashy as Cedarfairs other two and I think that everyday the tech. is being inproved. The height will not be a problem for Hershey neither will the hash winds that the Island gets at the Point It will in hance the park and only make it an ever more powerful draw. T2
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Monday, February 2, 2004 9:20 AM

themer2 said:
It will in hance the park

Oh the humanity?

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Monday, February 2, 2004 10:30 AM
LOL, if these are the children that will rule the world, Oh Lord haste the day that I shall be with thee...

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Monday, February 2, 2004 10:42 AM
hey even some of the worst offendeds can be reformed in due time,,,, it took coasterbuzz to eget me out to f typing a lot like this.

That and getting a real job - when you're in high school and you're just trying to converse with your friends, its hard to see a point to typing in coherent english... also some of us were never taught grammer and stuff in grade school or high school. A wonderful invention called whole language. Again, if not for Coasterbuzz and a few good teachers in college, I probably still wouldn't even know what the word grammer means! And I still can't spell for the most part ...

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Monday, February 2, 2004 12:53 PM

Lord Gonchar once said on another message board:

If your ideas are valid enough to share with others, then they're valid enough to be written in an acceptable way. If it doesn't matter how uncomprehensive your written ideas are, then the ideas mustn't be worth much themselves.

Proper grammar (especially on internet forums) is a simple matter of respect.


And I still believe it :)

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Monday, February 2, 2004 1:09 PM

Impulse-ive said:I probably still wouldn't even know what the word grammer means! And I still can't spell for the most part ...

"Grammar", my friend. ;)

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Monday, February 2, 2004 1:20 PM

Toveck1 said:
It's amazing how many well refined idiots there are in this world.



Its not going to stop.

If I were you I would go ahead and leave before it gets any worse.

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Monday, February 2, 2004 1:25 PM

Lord Gonchar said:


Proper grammar (especially on internet forums) is a simple matter of respect.



Respect is something that is earned, not automatically given.

With this being my first visit to CoasterBuzz to check on another news item, then having stumbled here and seeing how some people are treated, there will be no respect given by me.

Why is it that you have to attack people? Is this how you were raised? To be mean to people simply because they make mistakes?

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Monday, February 2, 2004 1:32 PM
Fail to use proper spelling/grammar on a forum.....get made fun of.

Fail to use proper spelling/grammar on a resume'......don't get a job.

Fail to use proper spelling/grammar on life raft instructions.....people get confused and through the delay, possibly die.

Proper command of the English language. Yes, it's that important.

BTW, Toveck1, if someone is typing on this forum, they obviously have the spare time to do it correctly. If they are indeed "in high school and in too big of a hurry", they should be spending their time on their studies (using textbooks in properly written English/Spanish/etc..) and not wasting it here.

In the world of the internet forum, there are no races, no sexes, no means by which to be known (and judged) other than by what you type. I sure as heck want to express my ideas clearly and intelligently. Don't you?

Later,
EV

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Monday, February 2, 2004 1:32 PM
I'm with Gonch on this one. If you want your ideas respected by others, you should respect them yourself.

This is from a person who is prone to keyboarding mistakes and who flunked English in high school. I sure as heck didn't learn much from my a-hole teachers. It's quite easy if you read books. You can figure out the rules that way. Think of it as a game. The better you communicate, the higher the score. Challenge yourself!

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Monday, February 2, 2004 1:36 PM

matt. said:

Its not going to stop.

If I were you I would go ahead and leave before it gets any worse.


Actually I probably will move along, I was just browsing anyway and had to put in my 2 cents worth...

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Monday, February 2, 2004 1:42 PM

EchoVictor said:
Fail to use proper spelling/grammar on a forum.....get made fun of.

Fail to use proper spelling/grammar on a resume'......don't get a job.

Fail to use proper spelling/grammar on life raft instructions.....people get confused and through the delay, possibly die.

Proper command of the English language. Yes, it's that important.

BTW, Toveck1, if someone is typing on this forum, they obviously have the spare time to do it correctly. If they are indeed "in high school and in too big of a hurry", they should be spending their time on their studies (using textbooks in properly written English/Spanish/etc..) and not wasting it here.

In the world of the internet forum, there are no races, no sexes, no means by which to be known (and judged) other than by what you type. I sure as heck want to express my ideas clearly and intelligently. Don't you?

Later,
EV


I understand what you're saying and where you're coming from, I just think it's being taken a little too seriously. I just don't like someone bashing people just because they can.

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