coo man chu
Sunday, November 25, 2001 7:10 PM
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Sunday, November 25, 2001 7:19 PM
most people have "inside sources" that they refuse to reveal, as if it really matters on a web site. others look at the supports that have arrived at the site already and conclude that the coaster must have an inverted lift hill due to the shape of the supports (namely the "F" shaped supports that are common to all B&M inverted lifts and are present at AIR's site). since SFOG already has an inverted, they conclude that it must be a flyer. still others use others' info to make themselves look smart. everyone else is supposidly in denial for believing that SFOG might actually get a hyper or floorless (which they need much more than a B&M flyer) instead.
on a side note, there are a bunch of other threads all dedicated to SFOG's new coaster. surf through them and you should find your answer. there's no need to make a whole new topic when you can just add another post to the already rediculously long threads concerning SFOG's new coaster. or you could be a normal human and wait for the announcment. speculation is one thing, but the hype over SFOG's coaster is too much.
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