i'm giving my girlfriend an education that college wont give her. she enjoys them but doesnt know all the facts like everyone should. ------------- May the fleas of a 1000 camels infest your armpits for all eternity!!
I have a girlfriend about two blocks away, her and I go to Cedar Point alot with all of my friends. Since we live so close in Sandusky, almost everyone in my grade has a season pass and Cedar Point is sort of like a hang out for us.
Well, my fiancee actually loves coasters, not as much as me, but she loves them enough. We've been together since June of 1996, and we are getting married in 42 days! I can't believe it's almost upon me. What's cool is, our honeymoon is to Disneyland, DCA, Knott's and a stop at SFMM for a day! What a great way to start off a marriage, huh? ;) Peace. :)
My girl doesn't mind the coaster madness, and she enjoys them way too much to want to start thinking about stats and records and the mechanical workings. We've been together since 1993 (she was 14!:)) and are getting married May 12, then preceeding to SFA, BGW, and PKD to start off the summer. She doesn't know about the other two parks, yet. If you ever go to Myrtle Beach you've seen us riding the Hurricane, we're there at least every other Friday during the season.......
Speaking of the girl, she has a medical condition called Fibromyalgia. It's a chronic pain disorder that prevents her from doing things like riding horses and even being sgueezed too much by me. The nature of her disease is very mental, though. Roller coasting has never caused her severe pain, we may have to stop riding every once in a while, but the overall happiness of riding seriously makes her feel better. After last summer, her first "busy" season, there are huge improvements in overall health. Enough of that, though.......
My hoochie, er, wife, likes going to parks with me ( http://www.coasterbuzz.com/about/staff.asp ) but she's more of a recreational enthusiast than anything else. That's good because she makes me realize where to draw the line.
Let me go on the record saying that I'd rather be on Poipu Beach on Kauai with her (where there are no coasters) than at any amusement park. CoasterBuzz or not, I've got my priorities straight.
------------- Jeff (who could go for a mai-tai about now) Webmaster/Admin - CoasterBuzz.com
Am I honestly the first gay man to respond to this one?! Interesting. . .I'm attached. Two years. He enjoys coasters or once did, but he says that with Six Flags getting as shady as they are, that he's becoming a little afraid for his life. I say that's part of the thrill. He also says he's getting to old for them. He's 25! Right!
My wife looks forward to and goes with me on most of the roller coaster trips. She really likes Holiday World, Worlds of Fun and our home park Silver Dollar City, but, she has been to SFStL and SFoT and did not like the coasters at either park! Which means she most likely will not do the Ace Spring Conference :( So I go to Six Flags parks with ACE or friends. She has asked me quite a bit about SRM and I have overheard her telling freinds and family about Holiday World so I think she may be devolping a taste for world class wood coasters:)
Jim W Wildfire is only 47 miles and 1.5 months away.
Ride Em, Cowboy he thinks he is too old at 25? I saw a gentleman in his 60s ride the Boss at Six Flags St Louis and that was for a total of about 3 hours of exclusive ride time with ACE. The Boss beat up several younger people, including my brother, but Jack(I believe thats what his name is) kept right on riding. He gave me hope that I can ride coasters right into my golden years:) Anybody at the ACE event at SFStL on July 21 & 22 and remember whom I am talking about?
I have a great wife(should be ive been with her for 7 years) who puts up with all my BS and yes she loves riding coasters, Its my girfriend who does not LOL. And I agree with jeff I would rather be anyware in the world with her even if I did not have coasters. There is no better ride in life than having someone who loves you sharing your life with you.