What's up with cloning?

Thursday, January 2, 2003 1:41 PM

Isn't it pitiful that the first human clone had to come so long after the first roller coaster clone? Hell, they've been cloning roller coasters since before they cloned sheep!

What's the deal with cloning, anyway? That's the main thing that bothers me about Six Flags, that barely any of their rides are originals. So could someone tell me the benefit of cloning a roller coaster in different parks?

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Thursday, January 2, 2003 1:47 PM
Cost. It is cheaper to clone a ride than it is to design a whole new ride. And most of the general public don't know the difference.


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Thursday, January 2, 2003 1:50 PM

The cult that says they have cloned a human is full of it. They have no proof, no pictures, and there is no human (well it's supposively a "baby" right now).

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Thursday, January 2, 2003 1:52 PM

Big whoop, clone all the B:TR's, S:UF's and the liek you want, they are excellent rides, on the other hand the Vekoma clones of the world are the problem, and you see Six Flags seems to really be getting away from those type of rides.

Who cares what one tenth of one percent of the park going population cares, your average Joe or Jane parkgoer eats the rides up.

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*** This post was edited by MagnumForce on 1/2/2003. ***


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