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Posts posted by jdawg1998

  1. Corkscrew Hill! I hate to hear it's gone. What great theming that was. Now where am I going to go to get shrunk down to fit in a shoebox?

    Honey, I Shrunk the Audience at Epcot. wink.gif

    Not anymore. Captain EO is there now: http://disneyparks.d...y-world-resort/

    Wait...that's one of my favorite rides! :(

    I remember crying when I went on it (Honey, I Shrunk The Audience) because of the spiders. Ahah! :lol:

  2. So how tall is the rider level height? I know the tower is 301', but the swings do not go that high.

    I think it is 301 feet tall for the riders. Or else it wouldn't say "Riders fly up to 301 feet" or whatever. If it isn't 301 feet for the riders, then I would say the rider level height might be at 280 feet. Although, I'm not very good at looking at things and automatically knowing how tall they are.

  3. I will ride it. But I'll probably be taking the *thrilling flight* on my own, due to me dad being afraid of heights. On opening day, of course, I will go to Diamondback first; next on the list? WindSeeker.

  4. That's $30.00 off! Which for some reason, I'm thinking Don was talking about the regular season passes. I mean, $30? After they're building a $5 million ride? Lower the prices by that much? Seems pretty crazy to me.

  5. It doesn't go in and out though. All WindSeeker does is go up and spin. Which is why to me, it doesn't seem to thrilling. Sure, it may be 301 feet tall, but are there any Gs, any airtime, or any feeling of weightlessness? No. Doesn't seem to amazing.

  6. I'm going to be very disappointed when it's a Wind Seeker. I just know it is. Even in the interview by WLWT, when the interviewer said "Is it a Star Flyer?" Don smirked, and said "I cannot say". That smirk was just so suspicious...to me, it gave it away.

  7. If the ride is in fact 400 feet tall, I think that's tall enough to change the skyline. I'm not too good with perspective, nor do I know how to perceive it, but in my mind a 400 foot tall ride will look taller than everything on the skyline, including the Eiffel Tower.

  8. As long as you don't look down, I wouldn't consider this a thrill. It would be better if it went in and out, while spinning, going up and down, very fast. It seems more of a gentle, relaxing ride to get good views of the park. Like a highly upgraded sky ride.

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