- Aaron K
Maybe Gambit was a cursed piece of steel?
SFFT should get it... they need an invert, and what better than a Batman clone?
Why is everyone suprised by this?SFNO took a big hit thanks to Katrina after all so it's not like the park was going to re-open anytime soon.
Besides Sea World allready has the exact same ride.
*** Edited 12/14/2006 5:34:54 PM UTC by Touchdown***
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BATWING FAN SFA said:
SFFT would be the only candidate as they're the only park without an invert in the SF chain.
Um, try again. I count three.
King's Island! King's Island! King's Island! ;)
I'll refrain from commenting on how ridiculous that is so I can chew you out for using an apostrophe.
They sounded like it wasn't doing good in the first place, and then Katrina came. They wouldn't get enough staff, and they want to get out of the contract. Why not get those rides out of SFNO, and then get them out of the lease?
I was just thinking the same thing. Is this the only B&M to ever get moved? And now it could be happening twice?
Every *other* B&M gets built, stays put, and is wildly successful...
As for SFKK, as great as the idea sounds, why replace an SLC with another invert? We would know the difference but I doubt it could be marketed. What would they say? "We replaced a 100 foot tall, 5 inversion hanging coaster with a 100 foot tall, 5 inversion hanging coaster."
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