Monday, February 5, 2001 2:15 PM
Has anybody noticed this. They might as well not have this. They still have SFWOA as SFO. They really need to update. What do you guys think?
What is life without geniuses?
Monday, February 5, 2001 2:29 PM
They absolutely need to update. Let the people know about the monumental expansion! Secondly, all of us here in New England want the final work on the rumored SFNE coaster. As each day passes, my hopes dwindle. I just want to put that thing to bed.
Monday, February 5, 2001 2:30 PM
They do seem to take their time updating. Maybe they don't have a full-time webperson. I say relax though, in the grand scheme of life it's not a big deal. We survived just fine before the web. And, everything anyone needs to know about Six Flags current 2001 plans (which seemingly changes almost daily) has been listed on this site or others. By the way the next big announcement according to Thrillride rumors is Feb. 15 for SFA. Woo-hoo!
Monday, February 5, 2001 3:30 PM
With the money they are spending they probably cannot afford a webperson
Best Coaster: Millennium Force
Worst Coaster: Project Stealth
Monday, February 5, 2001 5:25 PM
This is the off season. I don't think they are overly concerned about keep their sites up to date. My guess is that things will change six to eight weeks before opening day.
Monday, February 5, 2001 6:03 PM
I could only wish for the same thing.
My 2 "home parks" are Six Flags properties and they already updated their site for 2001. I am severely disappointed.
I would have rather waited like all the other parks and see what may potentially be new. Add to the excitement & surprise of what lies ahead in the upcoming season. Instead, Darien Lake gets absolutely nothing except on-line reservations & a family area in the campgrounds (whoo hoo, how much did they spend for all that? $0.25?).
The Great Escape also, updated their site for 2001, and is a major disappointment. Just 1 single show. No new attractions, no new rides!!
I'd rather still be anticipating!!!