I did enjoy the theming, however.
I have heard VERY mixed reviews about Silver Bullet. Although nothing will ever be quite as *intense* as the old Batmans I look forward to SB at Solace!
I like Batman as well, but somehow toward the end of Batman, there's too many positive Gs for too long in my opinion. There's that moment when you think "it cant get any worse than this - can it?" right before the last inversion - and then it gets MUCH WORSE - creating the sense of vertigo that's the key to coaster enjoyment for many people.
I guess everybody's taste is different - I enjoy coasters often for the flying sensation they deliver, and I imagine SB is right up my alley.
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Robb Alvey said:
^ Don't worry about it...my TR's aren't that interesting anyway!
No they aren't, but I forgive you for that. ;)
I can't say much about Knott's right now since I haven't been there in over 2 years, but everytime I've been there it hasn't been all that enjoyable. Same with SFMM, more so in fact. Frankly, I don't care much for either place but that's just my opinion. I'd rather spend my time at SCBB near me or DL down south than either Knott's or SFMM.
Actually, I'd rather spend more time at a manure-processing plant than at SFMM... ;)
When I lived in Baltimore it just seemed like the perfect location.....30 parks within a days drive, not too harsh of winters, and cheap flights to Florida.
Now I'm stuck with SFMM and Knott's and I can't tell the different between fall, winter, and spring, except for the fact that more houses slide down hills in Jan & Feb. =) At least DLR is still fun.
I know some people love it here, and that's totally cool, but it's not for everyone....
--Robb "California is a great place to make a living, but I can't wait to retire outta here!" Alvey ;)
-brian, who enjoyed living in california, and enjoys not living there even more. If only I could get rid of all this d*mn snow...
--Robb "Needing a trip out of CA right about now" Alvey
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