This really has to do with Disney parks in general, but I decided to post it here. My local newspaper ran an article today concerning the restoration of Twister at Knobels. What was a little strange is that the article associates Disney with gimmicky rides that exist purely to be "bigger, taller, and faster." Here's a clipping of the paragraph in question:
While Disney is innovative, I don't think they're purely focused on record breaking rides... I pretty sure they don't own a single one. Gimmicky, flashy, record-breakers, I think, are what Six Flags, Cedar Point, etc are more focused on.