I saw this commercial for the first time today. According to CoasterBuzz and RCDB, KBF has 9 coasters. 1. Silver Bullet, 2. GhostRider, 3. Xcelerator, 4. Boomerang, 5. Montezooma's Revenge, 6. Jaguar, 7. Pony Express, 8. Sierra Sidewinder, 9. Timberline Twister
So how can they say they have 10 coasters? Are there any other rides there which fit the technical definition of "roller coaster", but don't look like what most people would consider to be a roller coaster? Even if there is something else which fits, should they say they have 10 coasters, when most park visitors (if they even count) would only notice 9? If another ride would count as #10, which ride would it be?
You really don't have to worry about that mysterious 10th coaster, when I would never classify Pony Express, Timberline Twister, or Jaguar as mean.Last edited by Coasterphan, Tuesday, March 31, 2009 7:33 PM
I agree with you about those 3 coasters, but I still wonder what they meant.
Are they counting Perilous Plunge as a coaster?
They're counting S:TE as a coaster, which we all know it's not. ;)
Perhaps they count Calico Mine Train? One could easily argue it is a powered coaster (although I do not consider it one).
I say it's Joe Cool's GR8 SK8. Just a guess though.
One could easily argue that Joe Cool is a shuttle coaster (again, I do not consider it to be one).
I'd argue that PP is what they might consider a coaster (of sorts)....but that Calico Glory-Hole Ride would make an absolutely perfect place for a "Splinter Coaster"...if GG and CF could come to terms on that, it could be awesome. :)
Those are all good theories and possibilities. Thanks for the responses. In my personal opinion, I would still say that KBF has 9 coasters though. The new commercial amuses me a little bit for that reason.
Gator - another great place for Splinter: in, thru, and around Grizzly Peak at DCA.
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