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    Well, there's certainly no ride that I wouldn't go on for a million bucks. Nonetheless, I have never seen Golden Dreams and I plan to keep it that way.
    My tollerance for thrill rides is basically limitless, if a park builds a ride they think is safe and fun, then I'm willing to ride it. I loved X BTW, it was awesome... Although, my least favorite ride ever, and one that would required large sums of money(or an very attractive, very interested riding companion ) for me to ever ride is that giant wooden coaster at MM, what is that thing called? Not cause it's scary, because the way it jerks around is down right painful.

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    If It was for real, I would go on anything. But Storybook Land I went on it for the first time last November, and won't be going again. Been there done that.

    Great for the Kiddies though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LeeLi
    Well, there's certainly no ride that I wouldn't go on for a million bucks. Nonetheless, I have never seen Golden Dreams and I plan to keep it that way.
    My tollerance for thrill rides is basically limitless, if a park builds a ride they think is safe and fun, then I'm willing to ride it. I loved X BTW, it was awesome... Although, my least favorite ride ever, and one that would required large sums of money(or an very attractive, very interested riding companion ) for me to ever ride is that giant wooden coaster at MM, what is that thing called? Not cause it's scary, because the way it jerks around is down right painful.
    Not Collosus. I think you mean Psyclone. I hated that thing too. I came off it with the worst headache of my life. And I think I was 12.

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    I will NEVER ride that freaky freaky freaky crap (a.k.a. the Maliboomer). It should be chucked out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melmel
    I'm a big thrill seeker, so I'll ride anything here there or anywhere. Even at Six Flags. The only thing I ain't been on yet is Superman the Ride, mostly because the queue is at least three hours long every time I go....

    I waited four hours to ride X at that park and was scared ****LESS.
    Wow! The most I can take is probably Space Mountain....just looking at magic mountain coasters freaks me out!

    I hate the Maliboomer too! But I love the canoes....you find the cutest/buffest guys working there
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    Quote Originally Posted by DustMeUpTink
    Wow! The most I can take is probably Space Mountain....just looking at magic mountain coasters freaks me out!

    I hate the Maliboomer too! But I love the canoes....you find the cutest/buffest guys working there
    Ew, but those guys are wearing open-breasted shirts and boat shoes made to look like mocassins. XD Last time I went, there was a boy with fresckle all over his face, all the way down that open-breasted shirt. Not my type of thing. I'd like my boys to leave something to the imagination.

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    The Maliboomer stinks.

    I'd take a million bucks to go on it, but I refuse to go on the Astro Orbiter. I don't know what it is; I'm not afraid of heights, but I feel like I'm going to fall out of that thing. Last time I went on it I ended up with my head between my knees so I couldn't see out, but I still felt like my life would end by the time it was over.

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    I'm a thrill ride junkie - I can't Wait to get the chance to go to MM and ride X!
    I'd ride any Theme park ride, but I would reallly have to think long and hard before I got onto a travelling carnival's Zipper ride. My brother was a carney for a number of years and he wouldn't let me ride them unless he knew who had done the set up.
    After 15 years I still won't ride them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Momzilla59
    I'm a thrill ride junkie - I can't Wait to get the chance to go to MM and ride X!
    I'd ride any Theme park ride, but I would reallly have to think long and hard before I got onto a travelling carnival's Zipper ride. My brother was a carney for a number of years and he wouldn't let me ride them unless he knew who had done the set up.
    After 15 years I still won't ride them.
    Ughhhh those are rough, regardless of the set up.

    And wow, I looked at the description of X. I thought I had a lot of chutzpah, but that makes me sick just reading about it.

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    There's nothing in Disneyland that I couldn't tolerate for that much money.

    Indiana Jones Et Le Temple Du Peril @ Euro Disneyland is another story.


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    There's nothing in Disneyland that I wouldn't go on, a few I choose to not visit (Golden Dreams) but there are three that you'll never get me to do on top of the Stratosphere tower in Las Vegas - Insanity, X-scream and Big Shot Stratosphere

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    Quote Originally Posted by melmel
    Not Collosus. I think you mean Psyclone. I hated that thing too. I came off it with the worst headache of my life. And I think I was 12.
    Yeah, psyclone, I have to wonder who would willingly get on it a second time?
    Not that I'm a fan of Colosus either, I'm more of a steal coaster gal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelle
    The Maliboomer stinks.

    I'd take a million bucks to go on it, but I refuse to go on the Astro Orbiter. I don't know what it is; I'm not afraid of heights, but I feel like I'm going to fall out of that thing. Last time I went on it I ended up with my head between my knees so I couldn't see out, but I still felt like my life would end by the time it was over.
    So, I can assume that we can't count on your vote to move it back up where the Observatron is?
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