Michael Darling said:
OMG, you got us. Yes, we're all joking with you. I'm so glad you were such a willing participant on our hidden camera TV show.
If you turn around right now you'll see a little red light on the wall behind you. That's our hidden camera! It captured every single second of your disgust while reading that there are actually some people out there that have opinions different than your own!
The show will air in two weeks. I do hope you'll tune in.
Now we just need you to sign this waiver so we can use your image...
That has got to go down in Cbuzz history as one of the funniest things I ever witnessed. We all think it Michael, but you say it!
I was like, "Where did this guy come from, is he for real?" Just like I would have done on Candid Camera.
Nice trip report. I'd love to get out to this park sometime soon.
Call me retarded, call me crazy, call me polka dot. You're still an Idiot, Mr. Rim...err...Reim.
MF is #1 in my book, then you have to put Nitro, but PR is #3. How can you not love that second drop, as well as the insane airtime?
AC & Bull are both good coasters, however AC is better. The big thing that Bull is lacking is those floater hills. You have only one, add a couple more (and you would be in the middle of Viper) and it would be a better coaster.
Just my 2 cents
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I think American Eagle forwards has been running amazing last season and even better this season. It flies through the brakes on the helix, and gives a ton of airtime, especially in the front car/row. And, the ride is very smooth. The only brakes that are on very hard are the ones before the final helix, and I'm glad that they're on. (Because it's a really rough part.)
I will...say that Phantom is my personal favorite coaster (even slightly above my favorite woodie AND SFA's RoS, sorry gator:)), but again, it is MY OPINION, Jeff.
Don't apologize to ME, LOL....I had my *superlative rides* on SFA's version a FEW years ago...at night, front row, exceptional...
Based on best recollection, I'd call those rides *fairly even* with the more recent (and WAY easier to remeember) rides on Phantom from earlier this season....but then, I got back to SFNE one week ago today. No comparison, none at all....SFNE's version is THAT much better than SFA's (and I imagine than SFDL's woulda been had it been running)...
SFNE's Ride of Steel is possibly the ULTIMATE rollercoaster...the *only* way I'd have a hard time deciding on it would be if Tremors were on the other side of the midway...and that is the ONLY other ride I would place in the VICINITY....
Wildcat is a fun ride, and is little different in that it has banked curves. Like a better version of a Galaxy (like at IB). I wonder why you don't have more wild mouse type rides have banked curves, instead of those flat curves on top. I think if I had to rate the wild mouses I have been on it would be the following:
1. Wild Cat at Cedar Point
2 Wild mouse at Hershey park
3. The wild mouse that used to be at Busch Gardens, now Cheetah Chase.
4. Wild mouse at Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
5. Rajun Cajun
Only really liked the first 2, the one at Busch was ok. The last two really suck. I might have left off a few, but were not sure about the Galaxy at IB, or that compact steel that used to be at Americana, and the one at Williams Grove. Do they count as wild mouses?
Much like your coaster count, it's HIGHLY debatable, LOL... :)
I should note that the Maus at BGW was "meh at best", but since it's come to BGT, *Cheetah* is a way better descriptor...it's brakes have ALL been reduced or turned OFF...
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Viper is probably one of the more tempormental wooden coasters I have ridden, probably more now than my previous visits to the park. Not that it is such a bad thing, just ride it as late as possible if you want the best ride. So it also seems that my findings agree with others. So I recommend if your going to Six Flags Great Amercia, and want to ride Viper at its best, ride as late as you can, and I would choose the last seat.
Thats what I did and man... it was cookin...
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