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aaronm

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aaronm last won the day on April 4 2019

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About aaronm

  • Birthday 29/06/1986

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    Indiana Jones
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  1. It’s a hard choice, probably Leviathan for me as a brand new woodie is always worth getting excited for. No doubt Steel Taipan will be a great ride, the blue fire layout is very very good, especially the final inversion which always seems to come as a surprise. Big Dipper is a bit of an unknown, looks good on paper but Intamin prototypes can be very hit and miss. Hopefully it’s at least as good as an RMC Raptor. All three will be worth a visit, 2021 is an excellent year for new rides in Australia!
  2. New theme looks great, much better fit with that corner of the park and the whole Ocean Parade/WWW area.
  3. Also true, I was more surprised at the inclusion of Africa, not a region I'd typically associate with the idea of Carnivale.
  4. “One of these things is not like the others...”
  5. That second week of March with both Jet Rescue and Storm Coaster closed on the weekdays... ouch!
  6. By "separate spinning gondola" I assume they're just talking about the spinning car at the back, a la Time Traveler's whole train, or I have missed something?
  7. Unless they manage to snag a secondhand Batman clone I don't see a B&M going in as a replacement. If not an RMC Raptor maybe a Gerstlauer Infinity would be a good fit. Would be great if they could somehow integrate the track layout with Superman's helix and make a better use of the space back there too.
  8. Genuinely excited to see a decent woodie being built here, hopefully borders are opened up once it’s ready to go.
  9. Sea World have done a nice job with this ride, ok it's no Talocan but definitely more than the bare minimum.
  10. Shareholder and customer. Frustrated on both fronts, but mostly as the former.
  11. Good point, we should all just keep pretending VRL is a charity, they deserve money for nothing. Not to mention the board is also currently in the process of screwing over its shareholders by flogging the company off at bargain basement prices.
  12. Fright Nights cancelled, half the rides shut, entertainment cut back.. Ignoring that the border is shut to Victoria indefinitely, I'm definitely wondering why I continue paying for a membership...
  13. That final roll always took me by surprise on Blue Fire, such a great finale!
  14. For me the lighting fixtures look ok, but the fairy lights seem somewhat tacky, especially when they're only used for a handful of nights each year. That big white canvas would be great for nighttime projections though...
  15. It seems unlikely that the Florida parks won't follow suit and close for at least a few weeks. They'll be harder hit because it's a vacation crowd whereas Disneyland is predominantly locals. I've seen a few emails from Six Flags, Cedar Fair etc this week assuring that their parks will open as planned and they're taking extra precautions but that could well change in the current environment. All Broadway shows have just cancelled for the next month, so it's hard to see theme parks opening on schedule. As for the Gold Coast parks, some kind of short-term closure is probably likely even
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