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  1. Woof. Panda Express was TERRIBLE the last time we went. We're usually pretty big fans of Panda, but the orange chicken they were flinging out was nothing but nasty cinnamon-flavored droppings. It was pretty embarrassing for us with our friends who are new to Cedar Parks.
  2. Rode this ride for the first time yesterday and all I can say is: Wow. The soundtrack is amazing but the main part of the song starts right as the ride ends, which by the way feels to be about 10-15 seconds after the ride starts.
  3. Sheesh what was up with yesterdays crowds? When I was younger it was nothing but 20 year olds and their friends at the park. Now that I am in my 20's there are nothing but 13-15 year-olds EVERYWHERE. I know it wasn't a weekend, but my friends and I were amazed at what was going on. Normally we chit chat and ride with girls who are our age, but yesterday it was nothing but 14 year-olds with skimpy clothes and backpacks. Backpacks EVERYWHERE. I promise you we couldn't identify more than 4 people in our age range. Whats up with that?
  4. I was thinking more along the lines of outrage from the Harry Potter fans that any roller coaster could be painted brown and slapped with a Harry Potter name. You would have to remove the cokpit style borders of the cars and make it floorless of course. If you're not a superfan of roller coasters and worship them and their developers, I doubt there would be any trouble from fans as long as you show an effort with the changes listed.
  5. Yeah I guess it would be a bad idea, the park would be packed full every single day after that. Think about it, 2 hour wait lines for every coaster.
  6. I sure hope they removed some of the fans from lesser-ridden rides to add to those long queues of DB and Firehawk. Diamondback was never too bad but Firehawk's queue brings back horrible memories. Anyone else think those shade tarps are just a tease?
  7. Slap some brown paint on it, remove the floor, add Harry Potter soundtrack, and rename it "Harry Potter's Quidditch Coaster"...they'll have a new crowd in minutes. Of course the name would have to be paid for.
  8. As much as I love the ****pit feel of the ride, if they were to remove it and change it to floorless/boundless, I would be thrilled to ride it. The ride is just a little too cramped for me to marathon it, but if I could have the leg room I would marathon it 10 times in a row.
  9. Ooh I hope they are giving some out. I've always wanted one! Of course I would probably keep it quiet until I get into the car with friends.
  10. I would have to say Diamondback and Drop Tower. I'll ride DB all day, though, you won't see me on Drop Tower any time soon.
  11. I was at Kings Island all day yesterday and I would have to say the only thing that scared me is the actor's ability to blow your eardrums. *SPOLIERS* Who in the world would allow a car to be placed inside of a small room where the horn can be blown into peoples ears? That p***ed me off more than it scared anyone that day. I may be one of the only young adults who takes his hearing seriously, so there were many times when I had to keep my hands over my ears. There was a total lack of actors in every area of haunt, park included. What really ruined my immersion was the fact that the actors
  12. Thanks for the replies everyone. Looks like I may be holding off on wearin the jacket.
  13. I should be heading to Kings Island this Saturday with some buddies and I want to take my new white jacket for a test drive. For those of you who have participated in the mazes and attractions, would wearing white be the best idea? Can I expect to get a bit dirty or should I be fine in doing this? Any help is much appreciated.
  14. I too have a big fear of coasters, but I've pinpointed it down to the rides height/drops. I literally get scared waiting in line for rides THAT I'VE ALREADY BEEN ON AND ENJOYED. I went to KI a week ago with the plan of riding Diamondback last but when we got there my friends wanted to ride it first because of the long lines it usually has. So I psyched myself into thinking "well the ONLY thing scary on this ride is the first drop, and it's now or never". We all got on, got off in one piece, and then had a chuckle of the picture of me holding onto both the seat and the restraint for dear life
  15. Haha are ride ops allowed to check all of the seats and give a silent "All clear" then say "Oh no don't start the ride, the restraint system isn't locked; they will come undone!" and then set the riders up the hill? If they would have done that on Diamondback I would have died right where I sat.
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