What theme park would you go to if you, as a coaster enthusiast, wanted air-time. I think I would have to Six Flags Great Adventure because they have Nitro, El Toro, and Rolling Thunder. But thats just me? Anyone else think differently?
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Or most threads, period. He has 40 total posts since late April, and 21 of those were starting new threads! 21 in three months! Are you kidding me? There's people that have been here for years that haven't started that many.
Sirchubs, I would strongly recommend looking through the other threads and replying to those instead of starting multiple new threads every day (especially favorite, vs., and "I like this, what do you think" threads). There is already plenty of good discussion to go around. Just my two cents.
Sirchubs, you may just want to respond to other posts for awhile and get more of a "feel" of how things flow. I see a couple of your threads have been locked so that may tell you something right there.
Insults and bad spelling are not highly looked upon either.
Good luck to you! :)
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Back to the topic. KWs Phantom's Revenge has some intense airtime at a number of places on the ride and Jack Rabbit has one of the best single airtime experiences around. If you like airtime on flat rides, the Kangaroo (flying coaster) does a good job of providing this.
Shivering timbers or the voyage. Magnum at cp is a great airtime machine as well.
what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.