Paul Ruben announces Top Thrill Dragster as new number one
Posted Friday, January 10, 2003 3:57 AM | Contributed by Childs
[Ed. note: The following is humor, in case you don't get it. -J]
Paul Ruben, editor of At The Park magazine, was reported to have declared Cedar Point's new coaster, Top Thrill Dragster, as his new number one coaster, in this Absolutely Reliable News & Rumors exclusive.
I felt so DIRTY watching that one coaster show when Paul Ruben said "Rollercoasters are better than sex" ... god that just REALLY freaked me out. The thought that Paul Ruben can COMPARE the two... man.. who would have thought.
That is pretty funny! Actually, Paul Ruben isn't nearly annoying as alot of the coaster people interviewed over the years on various Discovery/Travel, etc. programs. AND, one thing I always thought was pretty cool, and kinda punk, about Paul Ruben... When he gave some conference at CP in like 1978 or 1979, it was a big deal when he said that Gemini WAS NOT in his top 10 coasters. Then CP asked him that again in disbelief, to verify. Guess they couldn't believe it!
ARN&R *does* accept news and rumors from *outside sources*. Just a word to those of you who really DO have a sense of humor. The rest of you, please stick to your typical stuff so we can ignore it based on your SN...;)
BTW, if you couldn't tell from the initilas, the article from the 6th is mine....thankfully, edited for content and to fit in your normal TV viewing window....
That's the funniest thing I've seen since Dragster was announced yesterday! I'll have to check back more often since I haven't had that much fun since I saw Kazaam. What a riot!
On a side note(#462), the DWMC? sequel is listed to be named Seriously Dude, Where's My Car? You can also find random N'Sync members with their own CDs, on Moby and Good Charlotte videos, in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, and (almost) lost in space. I know what you're saying now. Bring back the Spice Girls!
*** This post was edited by Koaster King on 1/10/2003. ***
Yikes, the stab at the ACE newsletter is pretty harsh. Since I'm not an ACE member (and can't see myself ever being one), I appreciated it:) ------------- Huss's Land of the Giants—coming somewhere, sometime soon.