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  1. Serving alcohol was one of the things that set KI apart from other parks in the 1970s. At a time when Disney and Six Flags weren't building coasters or serving beer, KI opened The Racer and Oktoberfest.
  2. I would be shocked if tables didn't return; especially, with those inserts close to the fountain. I hope there are new, quality tables with themed umbrellas.
  3. I think the bigger issue is that there are people out there who actually think that.
  4. Ope sorry. Let me just turn on my magical sarcasm detector...
  5. Oh, didn't realize you were a doctor or a ride manufacturer!
  6. You mean to tell me that THIS isn't what got you fired?
  7. At the end of the day, no park or manufacturer wants to restrict someone from riding. However, the restraint systems are designed to safety accommodate as many types of riders as possible under the dynamics of the ride. It sucks, but it really comes down to simple physics. It's certainly not a group of people picking and choosing what kind of riders they want to ride based on some sort of discrimination.
  8. I wouldn't be surprised if we see the park increase the capacity of the dorms over the next few years. There's plenty of space for more buildings in that immediate area.
  9. Even the most unrealistic complaints are useful because at some point in that guest's experience, there was something the park could have done better. No matter how small an impact, every piece of feedback can be valuable in some way.
  10. Much better than the mobile app's map lol
  11. It's an opportunity to diversify the experience -- giving non-riders more to do, and providing an opportunity to escape from the weather. Plenty of parks, even some Cedar Fair parks, have in park museums. (No trip to Dollywood is complete without a walk through of the Dolly Parton Museum!) It wouldn't be the headlining capital expenditure, but it also wouldn't cost $30 million. If this year is to be a model, not everything has to have a direct ROI. Sometimes, just improving the overall experience is enough. As for KillMart, the maze could be moved to the other side of Action Theater, or a permanent building for the maze could be built right behind the current building (out of guest view might I add).
  12. I wonder how this will interact with July 4th celebrations?
  13. I'd love to see the Kill Mart building turned into a KI museum! What a nice way to cool off or hide from the rain, right? They could even sell exclusive retro merch, or one of a kind items. Think, the prop shop at Universal.
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