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    Savemagicmountain.com

    A local resident has established a website www.savemagicmountain.com.

    A story was printed in today's Los Angeles Daily News. Read it at http://www.dailynews.com/santaclarita/ci_4028747.

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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    wow, now there is someone who is determined to keep MM


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    Cool Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    Quote Originally Posted by fantasywatersfreak
    wow, now there is someone who is determined to keep MM
    Either that or make some bucks selling T-shirts. Didn't notice any "all procedes go to..." statement on there.

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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    Sooner or later it was bound to happen. Somebody's always trying to save something. In this case, I don't think it matters. Whatever the suits think they need to do with the park, that's what's going to happen.
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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    One of my Hubby's coworkers just "has" to go to MM this weekend because, "They are closing next week." I laughed when I heard that.

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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    ^ LOL!!!

    I don't want the park to close, but these things never work. I'll pass.


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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    My wife heard from a friend (with no inside info) that it had already been sold and it will be razed to make more houses.

    I don't know if I'd want to live in a house where an amusement park once was.
    What if they didn't remove all the pilings from underground? It would be like "Poltergeist," only you'd hear the haunted whooshing (and screaming) from long gone roller coasters.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    One way to save MM: buy it yourself. Gather enough money and buy it. There. Saved.
    Anyone else have World Crises to solve? I think I'm on a roll today.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    By George, I think he's got it! Ok, so we'll all invest in the park and turn it around ourselves. I'm in for $20 to start off. Anybody else got a contribution? Only $599,999,980.00 to go until we reach the $600,000,000 goal!
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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    I'm in for $20.

    Does that at least get me lifetime admission?


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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    Better make sure you have enough money left over to upgrade and operate it!!

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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot
    I'm in for $20.

    Does that at least get me lifetime admission?
    Probably not. One thing that will have to go is the season pass, which shrinks the consumer base.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    Quote Originally Posted by ekester
    Better make sure you have enough money left over to upgrade and operate it!!
    Well, I figure one thing at a time. Save the park first. Then have enough to operate the park. Operate it with two train operations on the coasters, too!
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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    Buy the park ... sell off some coasters to other parks in order to get $$ to maintain the park then go from there.


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    Re: Savemagicmountain.com

    My prediction is that the place will be sold and gone by the Summer of 2007. Six Flags disposed of Astroworld in less than 9 months, the same will happen to Magic Mountain.

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