See...now where are the CP fanboys? Hiding in their holes...the same ones that complained about KK's downtime while showing off about TTD's reliability...just goes to show that these two coasters are equally as *****y, even though KK's been running excellent lately (from what I've heard)...so there.
MForce, there were at least triple the posts in this timeframe when KK broke down mostly from CP fanboys bashing KK. Notice the SF Fans are letting you guys mope and not bash TTD for the issues. So I agree with Jim on asking where they all are now.
No, I'm with Walt. Calling out fanboys is just as bad as the fanboys themselves.
I guess this means I'll go the entire season without riding Stop Still Dragster, and frankly I'm not going to lose any sleep over it. Honestly, after riding it a few times, the novelty wore off really quickly.
Jeff, I just love the term "calling out the fanboys."
That has a very unique sound to it. And evokes a kind of WEST SIDE STORY feel to it. . .The CP fanboys (Jets) vs. the SF fanboys (Sharks). . .
Where's Officer Krupke when you need him?
But, I agree with you. The only thing about both KK and TTD that I still find interesting is the launch itself. The park visuals provided at the top of each ride are also an added attraction. . .but I hate arriving back at the station with saliva plastered to the side of my face. I think that the "thrill" of the ride is quickly defused after repeated rides, though, I suppose that is the case with many rides.
Yes the novelty of these rides is definitely wearing off. I rode KK 15 times this year and I can say that I will only ride it probably once or twice each visit next year. I would rather be on Nitro or Medusa than KK. As for TTD there is are plenty of rides at CP I would rather be on than TTD. So if it breaks down I would still be at the Point when planned.