So the next time you buy a churro or whatever in that park, that tax revenue could go to fund something going on in south Northridge somewhere.
Where is south Northridge?
[/quote]The City will do everything in their power to keep Magic Mountain open. A new housing development will only strain our resources, infrastructure, and negatively affect life for everyone else living here.
Has anyone actually been to Magic Mt. Hello bulinding houses, the entire park is on a Mountain you can't build houses anywhere on that property. No realestate company was ever going to buy Magic Mt. Also there are "gang" related people that go to Disneyland too and in the past year many more familes have been going to Magic Mt and they look very happy!
If life gives you lemons, you should make lemonade. Then find someone who's life has given them vodka and have a party.
I look at you and I see 2 men. The man you are and the man you ought to be. One day those 2 will meet and should make for one hell of a football player!
If this is torture, chain me to the wall
Are you there God? It's me Jesus.
Locke and Jack are to busy worrying about Locke and Jack.
I all but abandoned sfmm in my Disney AP years from about 98 onward. I've been to WDW more than than I have been to sfmm in recent years.
That being said, I returned last weekend. As we drove in, the first thing I noticed was a lot more families along the walkway to the park. This was a change from my previous visits.
I also noticed the lack of care some of the rides are suffering from. The fading paint was very noticable even as we drove in. Inside the Jet Stream the gum on the rafters was very evident, as was a thick coating of spiderwebs.
The people in the park were a less threatening sort from previous visits. There are some thugs, but they were far less in number than in some of my once weekly visits from years ago.
Overall, I enjoyed myself enough to where I am trying to get my buddy to take a day off work and head back this Friday. lol.
This park isn't anywhere Disney in show quality and it never will be, but it has its own merits. If anyone remembers the gum wall on the old revolution line, some things will never change. But all in all, I'm also glad the park isn't closing.