How come Cedar Fair seems to ignore Michigans Adventure? It seems like they rarely add to it or add something really small. There's a ton of room there and I don't get it. I've heard, and I don't know if it's true, but Michigans Adventure has the highest profit margin of their parks, even though its small compared to the others and that's why they don't waste 15 million on a coaster or something like that because the return wouldn't be worth it. So they just continue to add small new things or nothing and pretty much leave it be. Just curious.
Sorry everyone, I just realized someone made a post similar to this a little ways down.
Sorry everyone, I just realized Timber-Rider (my alternate screen name) made 10,000 posts similar to this a little ways down.
Time to call your therapist, your dissociative identity disorder is showing.
It's like a bad dream I can't wake up from.
Or Groundhogs Day.
I'll be over in the corner, crying quietly into my box of wine...
Life is something that happens when you can't get to sleep.
Mmmmm.. Box wine. How green of you!