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  1. 16 points
    I really missed the excess of foliage and scenery. When I was growing up, a lot of the park's interior was under developed and left untouched. Areas like swan lake and the mining building were nice because it was something to look at and it added to the charm of the park. Don't get me wrong, Diamondback is one of my favorite rides of all time but I miss the old mining company and the scenery it had. I love new rides and attractions but there are also times where I wish certain parts of the park were left untouched. Sometimes I like to feel like I'm not at a bustling amusement park, if that makes any sense http://kiextreme.com/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=79
  2. 14 points
    If we're still talking antique cars or
  3. 12 points
    IndyGuy4KI

    GM - Mike Koontz interview

    You will want to watch this interview with GM Mike Koontz. We talk about International street music, future of DA area, Haunt, Winterfest, and more. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10154914039291723&id=77137151722
  4. 12 points
    There is big fake boat in KY that might want to add to their collection of Dinosaurs. They do need two of every kind.
  5. 11 points
    I am interested. I was messing around with ideas
  6. 10 points
    Oh, memes, eh?
  7. 10 points
    Whoosh! (It's a junk pile)
  8. 10 points
    Would fit in nicely right here.
  9. 9 points
    stashua123

    Kentucky Kingdom

    I visited Kentucky Kingdom for the first time this year and in total three times this year and it is one great park. I truly loved the place. Its such an oddly quirky place that feels all great and awesome. Has a nice theme park and a great waterpark and a park that if I am doing both parks that I may run out of time before the end of the day trying to ride everything. Ed Hart has done some great things with this place and I cant wait to come back. Here are some pictures I took on 7/5, 7/23 and 8/7/2017
  10. 9 points
    kirbias1

    2018 Construction in Coney Mall

    Yes, light post footers are the first thing to be installed in the construction process because project managers love it when there are a bunch of concrete obstructions all over the area they are trying to excavate. It really speeds things up!
  11. 9 points
    I had submitted an idea nine or ten years ago. Something like this:
  12. 9 points
    SonofBaconator

    2018 Construction in Coney Mall

    Things to point out regarding the video Dinosaurs Alive Starting at 7:10 Have plans in the near future that don't include that area Need's to do something that's different for guests Crypt Building Stating at 11:00 Extremely expensive The building needs to be utilized for something more than Haunt Would love to see it utilized for a ride in the future It seems like Mike Koontz wants to utilize underused space and turn them into something that can be loved by many instead of few. Dinos and the Crypt building are perfect examples of this. One is only used for Halloween and the other doesn't get stellar attendance.
  13. 9 points
    IndyGuy4KI

    That KIC Look - New Shirt Ideas

    We have a new logo, and we have talked about it. Would others be interested in a new KIC Shirt?
  14. 9 points
    Magenta Lizard

    Official: WinterFest 2017

    There's a very large Christmas tree near Diamondback nearly finished (missing its very top). I believe this must be the one they'd been building on the Timberwolf stage if anyone else saw that from Drop Tower too. Lotsapalooza (the first shop on the right of the fountains after you enter the park) has already started transforming as well I really like these little brass ornaments
  15. 9 points
    Oh man can we get a giga themed to a meteor impact? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  16. 8 points
    Website is now up showing Winterfest official lineup of attractions and rides. https://www.visitkingsisland.com/play/winterfest/attractions Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. 8 points
    Oldschool75

    Improving Que Lines

    I think the best place to add a queue is the ice cream stand in Planet Snoopy. A real pain trying to get through on busier days when there are 8+ lines blocking he walk way. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. 8 points
    shark6495

    Guests Say The Darnest Things

    I hate terrible parents... humiliating a child doesn't work. I got my son on the Gliders, not by intimidation or humiliation. I got him on (he was scared to death) by telling him how big and brave he was. How proud we were of him. It worked. He rode. Was still afraid and didn't want to do it again for a while. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  19. 8 points
    King Ding Dong

    2018 Construction in Coney Mall

    Many of us complain about the lack of health food options, so I would really like to see an establishment open with a health focus. Burgers are always a popular choice and I think an establishment focused around this product is something nearly everyone could get behind.
  20. 8 points
    "I see a coaster...hold my beer...."
  21. 8 points
    Magenta Lizard

    Official: WinterFest 2017

    It was speculated that a souvenir mug for hot chocolate would be coming, and it has now been added to the website. Very exciting!
  22. 8 points
    One thing I have also noticed is that there are two trailers immediately behind the Coke Freestyle store. These weren't there in August but I first noticed them starting in late September. There is also a taller fence beside them (on the Adventure Express side) that wasn't there before. There was already a smaller fence but this taller fence is in addition. It could just be for construction but it seems strange that they just shoe-horned two trailers in that space. I wonder if maybe they will tear down all or part of the Carnival prize building and put another path to the X-base area there. You could easily fit a couple small flats there (like the Huss Breakdance that we have mentioned previously) along with hopefully a bathroom closer to Flight of Fear.
  23. 8 points
    A couple shots from the Tower: From the ground: Thru the fence: With relation to Dinos there really wasn't anything noticeable. They did add a couple small dinosaurs. I don't know if they were left over from the gift shop or what.
  24. 8 points
    ^ Are you sure that's not what that ONE marked tree over by The Bat is for?
  25. 8 points
    IndyGuy4KI

    What will replace Dinos Alive?

    I have a feeling Sandusky knows the KI enthusiasts want a giga.
  26. 8 points
    I didn't hear anything new compared to previous years. When I got in the lot last night and heard the Haunt music, it occurred to me that having something other than Pop during this part of the year is one of the things that makes it extra special. Just like having instrumentals on International Street.
  27. 7 points
    scoriell

    2018 Construction in Coney Mall

    I took these around 6:30 today, the frame of the old building is now completely gone.
  28. 7 points
    Chapter 3- The Walt Disney World Railroad At the beginning of the 20th century, one man began his to follow his dreams and went on to build a legacy that would continue for nearly over a century. Like most boys Walter Elias Disney grew up with a passion for trains. This passion however would stick with him for the rest of his life and lead him to success and prosperity. If Walt Disney never had an interest in trains, the world would never be the same. History The earliest beginnings of the Walt Disney World Railroad predates back to the mid 20th century even before the creation of Disneyland. After a visit to the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan, Walt Disney's love of steam trains sparked again. Taking inspiration from the Henry Ford Museum, Disney wanted to replicate the park in his own image in California. Like Greenfield Village, Disneyland would feature old buildings, live shows, a large steam boat, and of course a steam train circling the park. The Disneyland Railroad opened in 1955 featuring two inhouse 36" (narrow gauge) locomotives. The ride circled the park proving to be a popular attraction among park guests. Naturally when the idea was made to add a larger, more elaborate park in Florida one of the first things Walt wanted was a steam train circuling the park. Unfortunatly, Walt died in 1966 as a result of cancer. Determined to finish what he started, longtime business partner and older brother Roy Oswald Disney oversaw the building and completion of the Magic Kingdom. Seeking the help from Walt's old friend, Roger Broggie, they sought out to build a railroad that Walt would have been proud of. It was hard work to find operational narrow gauge locomotives as diesel power has taken over resulting in the scrapping of most steam locomotives. Their luck would soon change however when a railroad photographer who was visiting Yucatan discovered five locomotives ready to be scrapped. Broggie bought the five locomotives and had them shipped to Florida to be restored. Seeking the assistance from George Britton, an old steam ship operator, the locomotives were given new life in a Tampa freight shop. Four out of the five locomotives, which were built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, were able to be fully restored where the fifth one was deemed too in poor condition to operate and was used as a donor for the other four locomotives and was sold for scrap. The locomotives received an overhaul and a downgrade. To replicate the look of an early styled locomotive, the boilers had to be reduced significantly in size which reduced their pressure and power. The original wood cabs were replaced with fiberglass. Fitted with larger smoke stacks, larger domes, smaller boilers and large cowcatchers, these locomotives resembled the traditional steam locomotives that built America. The tenders were built from frame up as well as the coaches. The locomotives were converted to burn diesel fuel as opposed to coal Locomotives The Walt Disney Railroad operates four authentic steam locomotives and were all named after someone who contributed to the building of the Magic Kingdom The # 1 Walter E. Disney The #1 engine was named after Walt Disney himself. The tallest of the four locomotives, the Walter E. Disney has four pilot wheels and six driving wheels which makes is a "Ten wheeler". The locomotive usually pulls the 100 series red coaches. The Walter E. Disney is currently undergoing an overhaul in Strasburg. The #1 was built in 1925 along with the #3 locomotive. The #2 Lilly Belle The #2 engine was named in honor of Walter's wife Lillian Disney. Lilly was a huge supporter of her husband's dreams even allowing him to build a miniature railroad in their backyard in California. The youngest of the four, the Lilly Belle was built in 1928 which was notably the same year Micky and Minnie mouse were created. One of the few "Mogul" style locomotives, the engine has 2 pilot wheels and six driving wheels. One of the three locomotives to be ready on opening day, the Lilly Belle has seen her fair share of issues. For a long time the locomotive rarely saw action only being used for the park's opening ceremonies and some regular day operations. The locomotive was shipped to Strasburg where it received a major overhaul and returned to service in 2016. The locomotive usually pulls the 200 series green coaches. The #3 Roger Broggie The twin of the #1, it was intended to be named in Roy's honor and given the #2. Roy however declined stating that he didn't want to be compared to all the great achievements his younger brother had made. It was decided that the engine would be given the #3 and named in honor of Roger Broggie- the man responsible for the creation of the railroad. Roger was very opinionated on his locomotive showing distaste for the sound of the bell it had. It was later fitted with a bell from an old steam ship. The locomotive, like the Walter E. Disney, is a 4-6-0 "Ten wheeler" which pulls the yellow 300 series coaches. Like the #1, this locomotive was built in 1925. The #4 Roy O. Disney The oldest of the four locomotives, the #4 Roy O. Disney was built in 1916 making it over 100 years old. It was the last locomotive however to be completed due to extensive frame work. After Roy died, the locomotive was named in his honor. Initially Roger Broggie showed skepticism for this locomotive being able to conquer the 2% grade the line had, however George Britton and Roy had confidence that it could tackle the grade and has been doing it ever since 1971. The locomotive is a 4-4-0 "American" style engine which was what a majority of early locomotives in America where built as. The locomotive pulls the 400 series blue coaches. The #5 The only locomotive of the original five to not be built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works, this engine was scrapped from being deemed too poor to operate. The locomotive would have been the oldest of the locomotives to operate had it not been scrapped. Also it would have been the second 2-6-0 "Mogul" type locomotive. The park intended to have five locomotives and built five bays to accommodate all five locomotives. There is very little information on this locomotive other than what I stated above. I've hear many different stories. One story states that the locomotive was found at a park not too far from the other four and bought on the spot. Another said that it didn't even go to Florida and was stored in California. It was rumored to be named the "Ward Kimball" after Walt's old friend who shared his passion for locomotives. Ride Experience The railroad features three stations along its mile and a half stretch of track. The first and orignally built station is the Mainstreet station themed to an old Victorian station in New York. In 1972 a second station was added in Frontierland. The station would stay there until the mid 90's until is was demolished and rerouted to make room for Splash Mountain. At the time of construction the railroad only operated one locomotive that went in reverse to Mickey's Toontown Fair. In the late 80's a third station was added for a new section dedicated to Mickey's Birthday. Appropriatly named Birthdayland, the station was later remained Starland, Duckberg Station, and then Toontown Fair. The station received a major rebrand in 2012 where it was themed to the newly renovated Fantasyland. Throughout the ride, an audio recording of an old conductor narrates the whole ride. Operations Each morning a crew comes in to light the locomotives and bring them to full pressure to ensure they can operate for the day. After that, they are shut off and wait for the engineers to arrive. Following a checklist, the locomotives are light and brought up to pressure. The conductor walks the train and checks the couplings and the spiel system. There is a man below the tracks checking the brakes on the coaches. The conductor sets the points so that their train leaves. The train slowly starts to exit the roundhouse following cues from the conductor until the whole train is out of the building. There are two safety tests that have to be done before the train enters the park. The first test is the safety valve test; this is where the locomotive goes over psi capacity which pops the safety valve releasing excess steam. The second test is where the engineer purposely takes the train past a red signal. Each locomotive is equipped with a fail-safe mechanism that breaks the train automatically if it runs past a red signal. Once those two tests are passed, the locomotive can officially operate. The first train has to be at the Mainstreet station by 9:00 am to keep on schedule. A lap should be completed around 20 minutes so the first train should arrive back at Mainstreet at the :20, :40, and :00 of every hour. The second train has to keep up with the first or drop back a lap to keep up with schedule. This done so passengers don't have to wait long at any of the stations. A third train is added to the rotation on busy days. Instead of using radio, the engineers and conductors rely on a series of block signals that tell them when they can depart and where the other locomotives are in the park. When the train arrives in the station, there loading and unloading process begins. Passengers are unloaded and quickly loaded onto the train. The engineer will pay attention to the signal while the train is loading. Once they see that the signal is green, they will give two short "toots" of the whistle to let the conductor know they are ready to go. The station attendant on the platform yells "BOARD" to signal to the conductor that the platform is secure. The conductor then yells the famous "ALL ABOARD" and signals to the engineer with his hand and a buzzer. The buzzer is essentially a toggle switch that connects to a horn in the cab. When the conductor is ready, he'll respond to the engineer with two switches of the buzzer and a hand signal. If the conductor doesn't flip and buzzer or give the hand signal, the train is not allowed to leave. The train needs a buzzer and a visual signal from the conductor in order to be able to leave the station. If there is an issue while the train is in motion the conductor will flip up the switch immediately activating the buzzer in the cab. The engineer immediately stops the train as soon as he or she hears the buzzer, no questions asked. At the end of the day, the train makes a final stop at the Fantasyland Station. After the train is fully unloaded, the line is switched to the spur line. The conductor gives three short flips on the switch and a reverse signal and the engineer responds back with 3 short "toots". Every time a coach successfully passes the crossing, the conductor will flip the switch to communicate that with the engineer who will in turn reply back. There are a series of whistle signals that the engineers use on the train. Two shorts- Forward motion Three shorts- Reverse motion Two longs, a short, and a long- crossing One long and one short- approaching a station One long and two shorts- a greeting to another train and to crew spotted along the track One long- emergency stop There is also a special whistle signal given between a train and the Liberty Belle riverboat.
  29. 7 points
    XGatorHead 8904

    Haunt 2017

    I completely understand your gripe. I can only speak for the house I work in, but unfortunately with the way the house is set up it's impossible for us in the skeleton key to know when a group is entering from the main line, and vice versa, they can't tell when we're sending a group in from skeleton key. If the scareactors are good, they can get multiple scares in large groups. It's all about resetting quickly. Most houses purposefully have twisty layouts so there is time to get the beginning, middle and end of large groups. I've done it plenty of times myself. Thanks for liking Slaughterhouse! Sam's the one in the skeleton key with the white coat, white butcher hat and red & yellow eyes. He does most of the talking in the Skeleton Key room most of the time, but sometimes he lets his brother Billy take over. Talking so much does take its toll on his voice. Sory i got 2 cut in heer! Thanx 4 lyking slawtrhowse lyk gatr sed. Saterday my voys wuz ruff n krakin. Win that hapns i mayk a jok n say "pubirtie sux!" U myt hav bin in 1 ov thos groops wear i mayd that jok. - Sam Sorry about that. Sam got loose for a minute. I thought I had him safely locked away until Friday but when he senses that he's being discussed, he gets active. Also, thanks for your concern about our safety. Unfortunately it does happen from time to time. I've been hit a few times myself in my 10 years working Haunt. Sometimes it's a guest's fight or flight response kicking in, you can tell when it's that and that's no problem. But it's those that purposefully hit that are the problem, and luckily Security & management takes that very seriously!
  30. 7 points
    Had been planning this trip for a while and we had an excellent day of weather which wasnt supposed to be as nice as it was. It didnt rain until very late in the night and so with that said I'll post the trip report along with my photos below, thank you for reading. Woke up at about 9:30 and left central Kentucky about 10:45, then we crossed into Ohio at about Noon and got to the park around 12:30 making great timing. It was cloudy almost all day however the rain continued getting pushed back until about 10:00 or so, which meant great fall weather! We first headed to get a morning ride on The Beast with a minimal wait and it was fun as always. Then, we headed to Vortex which again had only a minimal wait, it was fun as well. Staying in Coney Mall area, we headed for a very painful backseat ride on The Racer. By far most uncomfortable ride Ive taken on The Racer as the backseat was brutal on Red Train but still always kinda enjoyable, its a laughing pain. We then rode Adventure Express and Banshee, both fairly normal waits and both fun. After we went back and rode The Bat with a short wait as usual, we entered and left a crowed Festhaus to choose instead La'Rosa's by the fountain, the sky continued to grey, but the rain never came. After eating some pizza, we headed over to Boo Blasters for a ride in Boo Hill. A very long wait but successful ride with 3 of us scoring above 1200 points. After doing some walking, we headed over to Flight of Fear which had an average wait, and we rode backseat with fairly jerky results in the process, but not too bad and not worse the our Racer ride earlier. I also really like the little alien guy at the end! We then headed to do some mazes after a tasty apple funnel cake, man fall is great! A couple of mazes had waits longer then 2 hours so we headed over to the friendly Killmart. I like how they incorporate Flight Commander's old queue line and we had probably about a 20 minute wait. Killmart is cool but nothing special. A ride on The Beast was next and good lord the wait was a while, about 2 hours almost as we waited for very front seat. Luckily the Fun Tv's were off so me and my brother pulled out our phone and we could actually hear and watch the Kentucky-Missouri game in peace as night got darker and we knew this ride would be special. And it certainly was worth the wait as flying through the tracks, front seat on The Beast, this time of the year and at night is just an exceptional feeling and ride as opposed to the day. Then we had another really fun ride on Vortex, it always is better at night as it is very disorienting and seems much crazier. We headed to do Wolf Pack and this was actually the first time I've ever been back to wait in the old Son of Beast queue with other people and go in the station so that was pretty cool I must say. I think most people know what that used to be as well which is cool. It was probably my favorite maze, pretty cool but not overly exciting or scary. Next we did Blackout which by then had a 20 minute wait and as we glanced up to see mist coming off the closed Drop Tower and listened very closely, we knew it was only a few seconds until it started raining. And rain it did, this is at about 11 or so and we got soaked after a few minutes so we didn't mind much. I didn't know anything about Blackout, so when handed a rope, I was surprised, after getting the concept, it was a lot of fun! I enjoyed Blackout and the whole maze, but underwhelmed by the fact that it isn't at all scary. It was good though, but could be better. We then headed to wait for the storm to slow down as people crowded the gift shop. It was raining, windy, and lightning was starting as we headed for the gates and left around midnight. Overall a good fall day at the park and Haunt was a lot of fun as always even with huge crowds and rain. Overall, had a great visit and glad the rain stayed away from us in Ohio for most of the day, look forward to Winterfest! Ride and Maze count- Bat-1 Beast-2 Boo Blasters-1 Adventure Express-1 Red Racer-1 Banshee-1 Vortex-2 Flight of Fear-1 Mazes- Killmart-1 Wolf Pack-1 Blackout-1 Thank you!
  31. 7 points
    JAHill

    Flat Ride at KI

  32. 7 points
    IndyGuy4KI

    Haunt 2017

    How about advertisement??? It is usually not a conspiracy. The full headstone here! Ediit: Blackout has one too!
  33. 7 points
    rhyano

    2018 Construction in Coney Mall

    I'd rather have the new smokehouse, If I can get the amazing food I had in Soak City this year inside the park without having to go to Soak City (I don't normally do waterparks unless someone in the party wants to, which is almost never), then it's a win in my book!
  34. 7 points
    VortexBFForever

    Current wait times

    When I walked to the associate cafeteria for my break around 3:30, Vortex’s line filled the entire queue (including the lone switchback in the station) and spilled out all the way back to Shake Rattle & Roll’s exit. The line was not any shorter by the time I clocked out at 10:11. However, when I was separator the last hour of my shift, I at different times asked several guests how long they had waited and apparently they had not had to wait much longer than 15-20 minutes. Arrow capacity is such a wonderful thing. Also, WindSeeker’s queue was completely full, and during my two consecutive hours at Op-3, I set a new personal record on how many cycles I could completely fill during a single time there.
  35. 7 points
    IndyGuy4KI

    Improving Que Lines

    You need to see @XGatorHead 8904 shirt he wears on opening day!
  36. 7 points
    Voicetek

    Improving Que Lines

    Boy, does the Boo Blasters queue ever need help! What a horrible excuse for theming! I didn't think it could get any worse, then they went and added "FunTV" in there, and pretty much did away with any immersion they were trying to create before the ride. Nothing like walking into (what looks like) a haunted castle and seeing pop star Demi Lovato belting out "Let it Go". Where am I, Disney World? I thought this was a haunted castle? The last time I rode it, there was some sort of tax commercial playing on the tv. What in the world, KI? Giving up on the theming completely would just be to turn on the lights and turn off the music. However, it seems like they went out of their way to destroy the mood and theming of the queue by adding TVs and playing pop songs and commercials in the entrance of, what's supposed to be, a haunted castle. It's really in a sad state right now. In my opinion - and I know the general public probably doesn't care - but I would remove the TVs, add some lighting effects, some organ/spooky music, and maybe a ghostly voice welcoming you to the castle and warning you to be on the lookout for Boocifer. In fact, there could be several versions of a "welcome" script that could play randomly on a loop so that you don't hear the same spiel over and over. If they really wanted to go the extra mile, obviously they could add some kind of animatronic character (a ghost host?) up where Maestro used to sit. Heck, if they didn't want to invest in an animatronic, then they could always install a projection effect onto a black screen. The ghost could appear and disappear and, if being projected, could even appear in different places within the queue area. Each time he 'appeared' he could warn you of Boocifer and explain to you that, if you see him, you can destroy him with your boo blasters. I don't really care what it is, but they really need to add something to draw you in and make you a part of the story.
  37. 7 points
    Magenta Lizard

    GM - Mike Koontz interview

    Man, I'm already hungry for that buffet in the International Restaurant. I was surprised it hasn't been finalized whether it will or will not be on Dining/an upcharge. Whichever way they go, I will partake at least once. I am definitely willing to pay full price once or twice just to be able to sit in the International Restaurant again. Of course if they include it on dining or it's a small upcharge, I'll probably be up there every visit!
  38. 7 points
    JubJester

    GM - Mike Koontz interview

    I really enjoy these interviews! I did like what he said about the old Tomb Raider/Crypt building. Be interesting to see what happens in the future to it.
  39. 7 points
    Per Indyguy4ki's Facebook interview with Mike Koontz that was posted today, instrumental music WILL return to IS next year¡!!!!!! Best news I could hear! Sent from my LG-LS993 using Tapatalk
  40. 7 points
    silver2005

    2018 Construction in Coney Mall

    Just because you got lucky with a few predictions doesn't make everything you say a solidified source. You specifically stated you had a 100% honest piece of news about a future KI attraction on one of the main KI fansites which many people look to and reference, and so far, failed to source it (just say where you got it from and you'll be okay, it's that easy). You're making a false equivalency in your argument.
  41. 7 points
    King Ding Dong

    Official: WinterFest 2017

    I will just leave this here.
  42. 7 points
    Here is what inside looks like [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  43. 7 points
    Maybe they can let nature reclaim it; let it breathe for a couple of decades instead of further damaging earth's fragile ecosystem for the sake of a few profits a[BOOT TO THE HEAD!] ...uh... I mean... Giga. Yeah, that sounds good.
  44. 7 points
    JubJester

    Is this Kings Islands 2018 ride?

    That's why you proof read folks. Glad he didn't say "new bread" this time. I think blocking for someone who retweeted is very unprofessional. Sort of like that certain coaster group from YouTube who can't take criticism.
  45. 7 points
    IndyGuy4KI

    Is this Kings Islands 2018 ride?

    I disagree, this would be a great addition for a smaller CF park, but not KI. That is just my opinion.
  46. 7 points
    DubVLegend

    Haunt 2017

    Wow!!! So after chugh34 pointing out how I missed some materials on the website that proved to be super handy I stumbled across the #HauntedWedding!! What a super cool idea! My fiancé and I had our first date at Kings Island and go there whenever we get the chance. And as some of you may already know we also got engaged in front of the royal fountain on June 30th. It also just so happens that our favorite event at #KingsIsland is the Haunt. To beat it all the wedding takes place on 10/13/2017 the date of the KICentral meetup and we already planned to be there for my birthday which is on the 16th. It seems fate may be at work so I just filled out an entry. I didn't think it would be possibly to "one up" the surprise proposal in front of the royal fountain... but what if it was followed by a surprise haunted wedding in the same place we got engaged??!?!! Everyone cross your fingers for me please! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  47. 7 points
    IndyGuy4KI

    What will replace Dinos Alive?

    Right, that was my point. CF knows we love Millie. They know we would love one at KI. I don't think they need Don to tell them. Sorry if my original post did not relay what I was trying to say.
  48. 7 points
    Magenta Lizard

    Official: WinterFest 2017

    Welcome to KIC! I have been told that the tower indeed will be fully circled by the strands of light that make up the "tree" rather than just one side.
  49. 7 points
    We now have a healthy KK to put pressure on KI to invest more now too.
  50. 7 points
    Instrumental music is back!!! Halloween themes this time!!!!!
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