Project 2021: 355ft Attraction in Festhaus Park

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Feb 14, 2019
Is that reverse freefall just the start of the ride? Or is it the entire ride? Not much of a ride if that's all
Playing Rollercoaster Tycoon I'd expect that to be the entire ride.

Not much in the way of breaking any kind of new ground, though I'm not sure if that's what the park is trying to do these days anyways


Rose up from the dead and all I got was a t-shirt
Apr 25, 2011
It's the world's first reverse-reverse free fall.

Instead of you falling into your seats, you're instead strapped in at the bottom of the tower as the car falls into you.

It's fun for the whole family!
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Feb 3, 2019
Right. Except this one would be roughly double the height.

But I agree that a simple out and up would just seem like a simplified mmxx
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Aug 21, 2016
So wait did one of the Kingsmill residents actually call it a knife like structure (or something like that)?
Dec 20, 2018
Considering the intense debate over MMXX's colors in the other chat, this chat will become interesting for sure
Mar 16, 2016
Rewatching this, honestly I could do without the two-minute anti government "private industry controls private industry" monologue, coming from a representative of local government itself, no less. This entire process largely puts the lie to the idea that government needs to "stay out" of business decisions as a matter of some largely black-and-white rhetorical principle. The residents in this case were largely wacky, but there is a valuable review service being provided by this board when it comes to approving community-facing capital projects in a historical region.
I wanted to make a comment on this because I took away something difference from what he was saying than you did. Took away that he was saying that as a Board of Supervisors, if they started telling too many companies that did everything of what they asked no because of complaints from neighbors, that they as the Board of Supervisors would be starting to control private industry. What I took away in was as a BOS, they have to allow their businesses do what it takes to remain competitive in their market, and only shoot down requests that become unreasonable.

I forgot to add my tag, in that I think it was his polite way of telling the Kingsmill residents that you don't own Busch Gardens, you cannot tell them what to do if they follow that bylaws of JCC in every other way.
Mar 16, 2016
And I want to add my $0.02 on the other board member comments:
(I can’t remember names so excuse me)
The woman that kept it short sounded like it was a yes for her no matter what.
The woman that brought up the BGWFans letter seemed as though she was pointing out that what happens at BGW spreads beyond the JCC boarders and effects others.
The Kingsmill resident sounded like he knew the people complaining and was telling them to stop whining, we live so cheap (tax wise) because of BGW.
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