My ass, and I, salute you.
Oh, and why are you Rolling On The Laughing Floor? ;-)
The "pods," as they have been referred to, do infact spin because of uneven distribution of weight, not tires located under the platforms. There are tires there, but they aren't big enough to really do anything. I am pretty sure they measure the speed of the "board" as it is moving through the station, as there are small sensors attached to the end of each tire. The pods do spin before and after by locking and unlocking the breaks that are located under the board, a lot like a Huss breakdance. If you look close enough, the pods are not evenly distributed where they are attached to the ride. They are offset a tiny bit to enduce the spinning motion. I hope that clears it up.
And I do like most of the rides at SFEG, but those are really high ratings. Mind Eraser is definitely better than Sidewinder, Boomerang, and Flying Toaster. Twister isn't a 10. Maybe a 7 on a good day. And Halfpipe is good, probably about a 7 or 8, depending on what floats your boat. You might want to proof-read your posts before you post them as well, justcazisaidso.
Are you that 11 year old kid who's mom got in trouble because she dropped him off at the park alone? You spell like one..
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/national/apus_story.asp?category=1110&slug=Left%20Alone *** Edited 7/21/2004 10:02:00 PM UTC by ucdaap42***
That was "horable".
"Not on MA homestead, Johnny-Boaaah. I'ma shoot it twixt tha Ahhhh-Balls!"
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