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kingsrattler last won the day on April 12 2012

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  1. Two or three years ago, during the summer, it was not.
  2. When I saw Vegas, and strip wheel in the same topic title, this is not what I was expecting. On another note, that is a big Wheel.
  3. Why does it matter if he has been or not? He was just asking a question to start conversation about the two original Taft parks.
  4. ^^But yet you have a ride count of the amount of times you rode the water rides there last year? As others have said, there's no way to predict how busy the park will be, but my best guess would be a day on the slower side. The big coasters might see a half hour wait, but a lot of the other rides will probably be a station wait. The water park has a lot to offer, but does not have anything to completely wow you. They did receive a new wave pool this year that is supposed to produce larger waves, so if wave surfing is your thing, that might be something to do to go cool off for a little bit
  5. ^^^ In the two(three?) years I have been on here, that is the first time I have seen your avatar change. Back on topic, when I was at the park on July 5th, the ride was closed when we arrived, they started testing it, proceeded by allowing people into the queues. But before anyone stepped on the ride, it was shutdown again for the rest of the day. I was a little bummed that it was not open, because when I was there last summer, my last day in Virginia was the day right before the soft opening of the ride. Two trips to BG; 0-2 on rides of Mach Tower. Verbolten was worth the trip though
  6. I keep on waiting to see a comment from you in aforementioned thread. Alas, I have so far been disappointed.
  7. Gyk, I don't know where you happened to be last Friday, but it was anything but cool and Windy. Hot, Dry, and Stagnant would be better adjectives. But yeah, they had to physically push the train back into the ride station. It was an interesting thing to stand and watch. Mrs. Kingsrattler and I were in the front of the first train that re-launched... hoping it failed again. It did not.
  8. According to RCDB, you're right... Circumstantially. If the original poster is still lurking around unregistered, just know: our Stunt Coaster is by far in the best condition of the three. By far. Kings Dominion's Italian Job Turbo Coaster (that was really its name!) stops on the midcourse brakes where there are no flames, no sound effects, no helicopter, nothing. You just sit there and listen to the clicks where the pilot lights would normally plume. Wonderland's doesn't even stop on the midcourse brakes if it doesn't have to, cruising right on through (why should it stop, after all, when no
  9. Diamondback will be on the show next Sunday night, I believe. Waiting to see if the interview of my wife and I made it onto the show.
  10. Why would Cedar Fair want to spend money on a ride that has sat abandoned for 3 years?
  11. ^Because Kings Island does not own it, nor do I wager the Fair Board is looking to sell it.
  12. They must have some knowledge or foresight into why they are having it this day. It most likely wasn't picked because it is what some think will be "the busiest day of the year"
  13. The two most interested parties could not get deals done that would seem reasonable. Unless the ownership of the land was to change, I don't see KK ever opening as an amusement park again.
  14. In a word, yes. The park seems, happier, and livelier this year, even with the constant ride malfunctions that are plaguing this year. Oh, its so nice to be back to the forums, it has been a month or two since my last post. Hello Everyone!
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