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CorkscrewMcPuke

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  1. You could easily theme a wheel to fit, I think.
  2. And of course, anybody still wanting to visit parts of the website that were backed up, you can still do so at https://web.archive.org/web/20210613030337/http://kiextreme.com/ Expect dial-up internet speed for pictures though.
  3. Was never really a fan of that show myself, especially when it revolves around the death of an actual person. Seems a tad disrespectful to me.
  4. And if I'm not mistaken, moonshine's peak was during prohibition, which is obviously long gone at this point. Call me crazy, but I'm pretty sure moonshine is still quite prolific in old school rural/country theming. Things may pass their prime, but they seldomly go away.
  5. Six Flags up to their old tricks again.
  6. Why not go completely off the rails and install a Virginia Reel? That's what the Coney Mall really needs in my opinion.
  7. It makes me happy that people take the time to archive pieces such as this. Degradation of magnetic tape is killing off so many historical bits of media like this right now.
  8. It's a fairly maligned genre of coaster. Even if they managed to make it comfortable, the press would likely not be as positive if it had been something more conventional. That being said, I love stand-ups.
  9. I can't see anything but another family friend attraction going here if it was going to go right after something like Orion was built. If it does have to go, I think some sort of 'light horror' themed flat ride could go there.
  10. No offense, but I do feel as if that thing would ugly up Rivertown. It really fits the aesthetics of Paramount's Action Zone.
  11. VR motion simulators for the former popular coasters would accompany this nicely.
  12. There's that and the fact that leaving a tree up in a position that poses a risk of falling upon the tracks is not so appealing.
  13. Isn't it true that the air conditioning for this was not functional early in its days of operation?
  14. Underground water flume attraction confirmed.
  15. Given how little strain it puts on the tracks, I don't see it going anywhere any time soon. It's not practical to tear out a reliable, popular ride like that. One thing I can see them doing is restyling it. I don't think that would be too difficult with how compact it is.
  16. I wonder how difficult it would be to put a small enclosed flat ride with a glass ceiling inside of the FoF building so guests could look up into the spaghetti bowl in the darkness. It's a strange idea, but I think it would be very interesting if there was adequate real estate. Something like a Rotor or Gravitron would make the most sense.
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