Nah, usually a troll will post on every single thread he sees. Also, trolls seem to have behavior as follows: multiple names, names with the words "cedar" and "point" (Spelled multiple ways, such as "seeder.")Hmm... Where's coasterjosh? ;)
I've often wondered from time to time, how to write good poetry- and make it all... Work.
Shock Express is goig to SFGam... Orient Wave is giong to SFAW (so they'll stop complaining about not getting a new ride) and um... let's see, that leaves PKI and Busch Gardens Williamsburg to fight over who gets the two hockey bags and a Zamboni?
"It's probably in my basement... let me go upstairs and check" -Escher
Kick The Sky, I am happy with the rides, it's the five our lines that irk me. I've never seen the park as crowded as it was last year. Granted, I have only been going there since about 1996, but last year was just packed.
As far as I am concerned SFGAm has plenty of "thrill rides". What we need (but wont get in 2004 most likely) IMO are a Ferris Wheel (if they can find the room and the budget to fix it...put back the Skywhirl), a dark ride (for the life of me I dont understand why we dont have one already), and another kiddie coaster. Like I said though we wont likely see any of these anytime soon.
I'd like to think you're authority isn't so "good." ;)
Joe "it'll be a quiet year but that doesn't mean SF parks aren't getting *anything!*" C.
PS Cobra Roller...last year was busy to you? Did you only go in Aug or something? From what I know, the park was *hurting* attendance wise throughout May, June, and July. The longest line during that time (excluding the new ride, SUF obviously) was no more than an hour on a Sat and even shorter than that weekdays.
I always love it when people overexaggerate wait times. Get some patience, man!
I don't know why, but B:TR has gotten more and more crowded. They had to build an extension to the quene. I bet you by the next coaster, the park will be soo jammed, you'll see people parking on the street. THEY NEED MORE LAND!!!