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Joshua

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About Joshua

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    KIC Junky
  • Birthday 12/18/85

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    http://idlechatterpodcast.com/

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    Rollercoasters, Movies, Astronomy, Books, Writing, Filmmaking, Beer

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  1. I would be happy with something that celebrates the park's history. As far as what kinda ride is added, I'd be as happy as having a smaller ride (like the return of a certain log flume or Antique Cars ride or a new dark ride) as I would a ginormous rollercoaster.
  2. The healthiest option will always be water. If you are avoiding sugar, definitely go with that and if you have the drink plan, make some water trips every so often to balance things out. Of course, not all of us are avoiding sugar when we skip out on soft drinks. On a hot, sunny day, I think drinks like Hi-C and Power Aid taste better (and leave a better after taste) than Coca-Cola and Diet Coke.
  3. I definitely recommend the Powerade option for a hot day.
  4. I wouldn't be surprised. I live in one of the two big towns in the area that's known for this kind of stuff and so much worse. The sad thing is I see this behavior in actual adults.
  5. That's far too nice IMO.
  6. Look up the track "The Idol Temple" by John Williams and specifically listen to the area around the 1:30 mark.
  7. A couple years back, they were. It was a cue taken from very early on in Raiders of the Lost Ark.
  8. Good ear on identifying which version of The Magnificent Seven theme, originally by Elmer Bernstein. I'll have to ride the train here soon to catch the Mystic Timbers stuff.
  9. Yeah, that's not how speculation works.
  10. I am not part of the speculation. I just think there's no need to be a prude about it. Yeah, it is obsessive. But it's not the end of the world. This topic isn't my brand of fun, but neither is being a jerk to people because I don't see the point in their purely innocent madness (or because they are discussing an issue about the park). In other words, chill out. It's not a big deal. The world will continue regardless of this topic. The great thing about forums, there's plenty of other threads to look at.
  11. What you say is true. However, this is a discussion forum. People come here to discuss, to absorb, obsess, and have fun. And part of the fun of this stuff is to irrationally theorize and speculate.
  12. I use to like it, but last time I rode it, it was somewhat painful and awkward.
  13. Sometimes there's not much you can do about those long lunch lines, even with properly staffed and efficient teams.
  14. I am not sure I understand the rules to the credit system. What is the purpose and what ride experiences would generate multiple credits?
  15. I would like to see the German couple find their way back to the top of the Festhaus' entrance.