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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by Rustymuscle View Post
    "If you're gonna spew, spew into this!"

    "I say hurl. If you blow chunks and she bails, it was never meant to be..."
    God bless Wayne & Garth.

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    That could have caused a vomit chain reaction just like that scene in "Stand By Me"

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    Or The Goonies
    There's no vomit scene in The Goonies.

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by aimster View Post
    There's no vomit scene in The Goonies.
    Not really, but Chunk tells the story of going to the theater and throwing fake barf off the balcony, which starts a chain reaction below.

    Did you officially complain? This is a serious breach of Universal Precautions in which you are supposed to assume any bodily fluid is contaminated and to not touch it. You know whoever cleaned it up was wearing gloves and they expected you to just sit there? I would have been livid.
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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Eh, they could have still pulled off that single train. The ride wasn't busy, (30 minute wait) and it wasn't running to full capacity. (meaning the time between dispatches didn't need to be as quick) But of course, I don't think they had wanted to have to possibly stop the ride, since it had already closed once earlier in the day. (And it was only 1:00)

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilQueen View Post
    So Boys & Girls, let's recap what we have learned about riding in a "Vomit Comet":
    - Space Mountain is a finicky ride
    - CMs have an insane workload to maintain
    - if the load / unload procedure is delayed for an 'unforseen problem'
    (such as pulling a Cast Member aside to describe a loss of someone's stomach's contents)
    the ride will 'Cascade' and cause a 45-minute "E-stop" / evacuation

    So, as you end your 'ride experience' / re-enter the loading dock area (covered in someone else's bile and lunch), our best suggestion is for the Guest to bring the situation to the Cast Members' attention by screaming,
    ( ( ( ( ( ((( "I'M SITTING IN VOMMMIIIITTTT!!!))) ) ) ) ) )

    The "Cascade" that will follow will be the torrents of Tossed Cookies coming over the railings of those waiting in the queue...

    Sadly, I see an 'E-Stop' situation arising either way
    Which just goes to show that there ought to be a Barf Button to press that will light up a signal on the vehicle and alert the CM's silently.

    At least until they come up with a reliable Bodily Fluids Detector

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by JeffYardDog View Post
    Are you sure that you want to work at the parks ?

    Codes happen ...
    If I sat in it, I'd toss my cookies.

    If I knew it was there, and had to take care of it? I learned a neat trick from CSI. Smile. It'll keep you from throwing up, at least until I get my gag reflex under control, which I can do. But the shock of realising I'm sitting in vomit would definatley make me throw-up.

    And YES. I'm positive I want to work there. I'll deal with my gag reflex. I can do that...



    Barf button. Ahaha. That's so ingenious. Seriously! If you like, threw up, just push the button inbetween the seats, and wah-la! The CMs know and no one... sits... in it.

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Did you report the incident to City Hall, and if so I would like to know if they did anything to accomodate your dad. The reason I ask this question is because, one time my little brother was playing in the star-cade as a child while the rest of the family went on Space Mtn. (he was 8 at the time... it was the mid 90's which is why my parents justify leaving him alone there to play in the first place)... But anyway, while at the starcade, he somehow ended up sitting in feces (I was 10 at the time, and don't really know HOW it happened)... Apparently some other kid had an accident on one of the games...
    My parents were disgusted, and we went home immediately, but not before going to city hall. At city hall, they were so apologetic and gave my parents free tickets to the park for the whole family to apologize...
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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyDude2006 View Post
    Coulda been worse...someone could have pooped their pants.
    That's a Code Brown, in my profession.
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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Yuck

    Just curious, did the CM's ever do anything about the dirty seat, or did you all just give up on telling them and walk away?

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    It'd be easiest to just pull the rocket like it was overloaded in most cases. Trust me, people do not respond quickly to requests to immediately step out. I'm sure they did something about it though.

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Ew...and to think that my friends and I went on Space Mt. three times the next day...

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Uuuh, that's pretty, unsavory. Funny, but unsavory.

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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    It could have been worse. Somebody further up on your coaster train could have projectile vomited during the ride.

    In the dark.

    Right into your face.

    While you're screaming.

    With your mouth wide open.


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    Re: Gross Space Mountain Experience

    Quote Originally Posted by EvilQueen View Post
    So Boys & Girls, let's recap what we have learned about riding in a "Vomit Comet":
    - Space Mountain is a finicky ride
    - CMs have an insane workload to maintain
    - if the load / unload procedure is delayed for an 'unforseen problem'
    (such as pulling a Cast Member aside to describe a loss of someone's stomach's contents)
    the ride will 'Cascade' and cause a 45-minute "E-stop" / evacuation

    So, as you end your 'ride experience' / re-enter the loading dock area (covered in someone else's bile and lunch), our best suggestion is for the Guest to bring the situation to the Cast Members' attention by screaming,
    ( ( ( ( ( ((( "I'M SITTING IN VOMMMIIIITTTT!!!))) ) ) ) ) )

    The "Cascade" that will follow will be the torrents of Tossed Cookies coming over the railings of those waiting in the queue...

    Sadly, I see an 'E-Stop' situation arising either way
    Which will then go directly on the person who called it in the first place....

    Quote Originally Posted by TiaDalmaFan View Post
    It could have been worse. Somebody further up on your coaster train could have projectile vomited during the ride.

    In the dark.

    Right into your face.

    While you're screaming.

    With your mouth wide open.

    Tasty...

    Note to self: keep mouth closed while screaming... either that or turn around and scream at the person behind me
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