whats up with sfne? anything planned for 2001, tha

Friday, September 15, 2000 6:55 PM
i was just wonderin if anybody knows about what sfne is going to get in 2001. i have heard a vekoma prototype (what exactly will that be?), a huge wooden coaster, and a batman: knight flight )which i hope they change the lay out, like they did with medusa west over than medusa' east). i also heard awhile ago, that sfne will get somethin like the chiller at sfga.
thanks
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Friday, September 15, 2000 8:17 PM
The Six Flags way is to spend major bucks on a new acquisition then ignore it for a few years. Don't get your hopes up for much of anything.

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Jeff
Webmaster/Admin - CoasterBuzz.com
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Saturday, September 16, 2000 4:48 AM
o, thats a bummer, but thanks for tellin me
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Saturday, September 16, 2000 10:07 PM
(let's try this a second time)

Yeah, Jeff is right! Just look at SFMW! They got ROAR in '99 and then BOOM, they only got a freakin' B&M floorless the next year! What is UP WITH THAT? Talk about ignoring them!

Oh, oh! What about SFA? They only got three new coasters in 1999, and the next year what does SFInc do? Ugh, they add a stupid $12M hyper coaster!! What a gyp!

When will SFInc get a clue, you know?
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Sunday, September 17, 2000 11:23 AM
Yea, but think of what SFA would have been without the rides! A stupid SLC, an Arrow shuttle looper, and a small out and back woodie...not exactly what I call world class.

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Parks for 2000: CP, Great Escape, Great Adventure, SFA, Islands of Adventure, Kennywood
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Sunday, September 17, 2000 1:36 PM

SLC's are not stupid, just cloned a little to much, and we would still have another coaster, ROAR, one of the best twisters on planet earth.
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Sunday, September 17, 2000 2:02 PM
Oh yea I forgot about Roar, considering it is my #1 woody i don't know how it slipped my mind. Regarding the SLC's, the only reasonI called it stupid is because it is way too rough. Only the front seat is worthwhile, and that is still kinda rough. It's saving grace are its cool inversion elements and the nice leg-chopper effect.

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Parks for 2000: CP, Great Escape, Great Adventure, SFA, Islands of Adventure, Kennywood
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Sunday, September 17, 2000 2:28 PM
Settle down Legendary... did I say they spent it all in the same year?

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Jeff
Webmaster/Admin - CoasterBuzz.com
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Sunday, September 17, 2000 7:47 PM
Jeff, to me, your message sounds like SFInc says, "Hey, lets buy this park and make it a Six Flags! Then, next year, we'll forget about it, I mean, why spend money when it's now a SF park?"

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Please, name just a few examples. Since you blanketed the entire chain with what you said, I'll just need a few.

(Now remember, for this game, SFInc had to have dumped major bucks into the park in the FIRST place, and then ignored it. Good luck!)

Choose from: SFGAm, SFMM, SFGAd, SFA, SFFT, SFoT, SFAW, SFEG, SFMW, SFoG, SFKK, SFStL (left out SFO and SFNE since they're new SF parks this year...can't comment if they've been ignored yet)

JC, who finds it hard to believe SFInc could spend mucho dinero on a park and then ignore it for a few years when "Premier" has only owned SF for basically two years.
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