TR: Robb & Sarah at SFGadv & PKD - 4/7 & 8

TR: Robb & Sarah at SFGadv & PKD - 4/7 & 8

Post by Robb Alv » Tue, 10 Apr 2001 10:03:55


Hey there everyone!

Two weeks ago we weren't sure if this weekend's trip was going to happen since
Sarah's original due date for Christopher was April 8th.  We both had thought
he would be early, and luckily we were right!

We were supposed to go to SFGadv's opening day last year, but that ended up
being the day our furniture arrived from California and we never made it, nor
did we get a chance to go back the rest of the year.  So our last experience
with the park was summer '99.

This was my 4th visit to SFGadv, and probably the best of the 4 I've had. I'll
be the first to admit that SFGAdv is probably my least favorite Six Flags park.
 The park itself looks nice, it's been fairly clean each time we've been, but
the parks really lacks any coasters that I would go out of my way to ride, and
everytime we've visited, we've found the operations to be less than stellar,
many one-train operations, and lazy ride ops.  I've also experienced some of
the most consistent line jumping in this park. SFGadv has always been my "SFMM"
or "PKI" of the east coast.  A park with a large assortment of coasters, but
very few that I actually want to ride more than once, some of them, not even
once.

Anyway, this visit was much better than previous visits.

We got to the park just before 10am, and upon entering the park, we saw a HUGE
group of people waiting by the "Nitro" side to be let in.  We noticed all of
about 10 people waiting on the "Medusa" side.  I had only ever been on Medusa
once, and was looking forward to getting some more rides in.  The rope dropped,
and after about a 15 min walk we found ourselves in a VERY empty Medusa
station.  They were running 3 empty trains, and the area was so deserted we got
in about 5 or 6 rides before we even saw another 10 people walk over to Medusa.
This was the first time Sarah and I got to ride a floorless in the front row,
and it was really cool!  We also saw the baboons attacking some cars, which was
pretty damn funny!

The ride is a lot of fun, but IMO I think it suffers from what a lot of the
more recent B&M's problems which is the ride is just too big and 'graceful'.
It really is the perfect "GP" ride.  While I really like some of the elements a
lot, the ride as a whole doesn't leave me with that "I MUST RIDE THIS AGAIN"
feeling!  Had there been a line, we would have ridden once, and that would have
been enough.  (This also pretty much sums up my opinion of Nitro also, but I'll
get to that in a moment).

After a decent mini-marathon on Medusa, we wandered back towards the other side
of the park passing up a closed Viper (ahh, darn!), Rotting Lumber (sorry Rich
& Sue! :)  ), a closed Runaway Mine Train (not Mark, but the ride named after
him), and GASM.

We wound up over at B:TM, which, IMO, probably is still the best ride in the
park.  We had a GREAT ride on this in the very back row.  We noticed that
Chiller was open, and George needed his credit on that, so off we went.  I
would really LOVE to see Chiller get the FoF treatment.  Although I can't see
it ever happening, if it did Chiller would be a reason to go back to SFGadv.
But as it is now, it's barely rideable.

We took a ride on the Frisbee and Top Spin, both were running pretty weak
programs, but still fun.  Frisbee's are always a great laugh.  I wanted to get
Rebecca on Backbeard's, but we found that closed also.  There was actually
quite a lot of closed rides on Saturday, but oddly enough, one of the
consistently closed rides, Evolution was OPEN!  I had been on this ride in two
other places: Flamingoland in the UK, and the L.A. county fair.  This one was a
bit different because it stopped at the top for a long time for an extended
'scenic view'.  It's a good ride.  Not 'extreme' by any means, but fun.

Next up was Skull Mountain.  Elissa kept telling me about the infamous 'back
seat', which was <ahem> interesting!  The phrase of the day was "Slap the
pumpkin".  

Finally we made it over to Nitro.   It wasn't quite as pink as I was expecting!
 :)  Sarah and I rode in the very back row.  Overall, I liked it quite a bit.
It's much better than Apollo's Chariot, but doesn't even come close to touching
the likes of the Intamin hypers, or even Magnum, Steel Force & Mamba, IMO.
Like Medusa, it is the perfect "GP" ride.  It's VERY smooth, very graceful,
tall & fast, and very long.  It feels like a 'complete' ride.  However, there
was still nothing about it that was making either one of us get back in the 20
min line.  I can see why others find it awesome, it just isn't my kind of ride.
 IMO, some of the more recent bigger B&M's like Riddler's, Alpengeist, Apollo,
and the two at SFGadv, just don't have that "punch" like some the earlier rides
like Nemesis, Kumba, etc had.  I much prefer the smaller B&M's like BKF,
Scorcher, and even PGA's Top Gun is an INSANE ride!  I'm actually looking
forward to Talon as it seems to be 'my' kind of B&M ride.

After Nitro, we decided to head out.  It was VERY cold that day and we had
pretty much ridden all we wanted to ride.  

The next day was PKD.  We met up with Elissa, George, & Derek once again as
well as Kim & Dave Thomas (who were definitely missed the day before).

We arrived just a few min before 10am, and within 15 min, had our season passes
processed, and were standing at the "Hypersonic" rope drop.   The rope drops
about 10:40, and just a few minutes later, we are standing in front of the
Hypersonic queue while they were finishing up the morning test runs.  15 min
later, the ride opened, and about 10 min later we boarded row 4 ready to ride.

Now, let me say that I am not a big fan of 'one-trick pony' rides.  S:TE kind
of grew on me, but I never really 'loved' it, Oblivion was, IMO, a complete
waste of time, so I went into Hypersonic not expecting much.  Let me say that I
was surprisingly BLOWN AWAY!  Yes the ride is short, and yes, it's a one-trick
pony, but it's right up there with S:UE as far as short 'bizarre' coasters go.
 I put it on the top of my 'one trick' rides.  It was kind of like the
'greatest hits' of one-trick pony's.  It had Montezooma's-like STRONG launch,
S:TE vertical tower, Oblivion's vertical drop, and Goliath's airtime hill!  Now
I'd really like to see an extended version of the technology.  It was certainly
better than a lot of drop rides I've been on.  The launch was amazing, and over
the top of the tower and the bunny hop there was some EXTREME airtime.  I
didn't find the restraints tight in the least bit, in fact I had plenty of room
for air.  Although, it's not something I would wait more than 30-45 min for, it
really surprised me.

Next up with Non-Outer Limits: Flight of Freedom.  No OTSRs!  It was the
WEIRDEST thing!  Watching the train approach the station with JUST lap bars!
It was WEIRD!  REALLY WEIRD!  The ride itself is still NOT smooth.  But it's
completely rideable now, and actually somewhat 'enjoyable'.  It makes you think
"I CANNOT believe this had OTSR's on it!"  It really is like PKD got two new
coasters this year.  FoF is not something I would have re-ridden, EVER.  And
now, they've just added one more steelie on that side of the park that I would
ride at least once per visit.  

Elissa, George, and Derek had to bail since they've had a LONG drive ahead of
them (and are still driving as I write this!), so the rest of us headed to
Scooby Doo so I could take Rebecca on.  She is MUCH more aware of coasters now.
 She even put her hands up on the first drop!  It was VERY cute.  Kim took her
on the Taxi Jam, then we took a ride of the Grizzly, front seat, which was
running well, and then we decided to call it a day.  It will still be a while
until Christopher gets his first coaster ride, but it was nice to take him to
the park and get him used to the atmosphere.

Kim, Dave, and us ended off the night with some fish tacos at Baja Fresh in
Rockville (Yum!).  And now we need to rest for our Hersheypark day next
Saturday, then back to PKD with Bethany and Dallas the week after!

Thanks for reading!

Cheers.
--Robb

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Post by Alan Conceic » Tue, 10 Apr 2001 10:20:36

Quote:
>We also saw the baboons attacking some cars, which was
>pretty damn funny!

I remember getting to the top of the lift last year at Springcon, and going,
"Look! Those monkeys are tearing up that new Toyota!" It was a great omen. :)

Quote:
>Evolution was OPEN!

JOY. Guess I'm forced into going back to SFGAdv.

Sounds like you guys had fun! Another quality TR!

-
 Alan

 
 
 

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Post by Kyle Mack » Tue, 10 Apr 2001 10:57:25

Quote:
>>We also saw the baboons attacking some cars, which was
>>pretty damn funny!

That is funny. Its not funny when your in the car though. It happened once to
me because my dad thought it would be cool to put some french fries on the roof
of our car. BIG MISTAKE! Its funny now though.

Oh well, nice TR Robb. Its good to see your already getting Christopher into
parks.

Dropped and Dashed
  Over 200 Times

 
 
 

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Post by NASHvlMI » Tue, 10 Apr 2001 11:24:11

thanks for the TR Robb.

As usual, it has helped me make some travel decisions, which in this case means
I'm not at all considering driving to two of my  least favorite parks  for
rides which would not appeal to me when weighed against the miserable nature of
the drive from TN and the fact I'd rather spend my travel time and money on
some other trips this year

FWIW: I'm right on with you on the 'graceful' thing about the latest B&M's, by
the way.. the older stuff they built just seemed more intense, although I have
had just kick-ass rides on Alpengeist, so I disagree with you there..

- Mike

early spring plans include: Spring Con, Stark Raven Mad, and a short trip to
the parks of Iowa plus Indiana Beach over Memorial Day Weekend.

 
 
 

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Post by AdamN » Tue, 10 Apr 2001 11:34:28

Good TR Robb.  I was meaning to put one up but I've been busy with school
work.  It was a great chance to finally meet you, your family, stew, coaster
steve, sandy, walt(no sweat shirt on Nitro, what were you thinking) and a
lot of the other RRCers.  Overall it was a good day in my opinion as well
and I hope I get the chance to meet up with all you again in the future.

~Adam
I will get the "You are as tall as the Tower of London" sign from Nitro for
Sarah

 
 
 

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Post by THE PEOPLES CHAM » Tue, 10 Apr 2001 12:36:24

there were alot of closed rides today, sunday  the 8th.  as for the
evolution, it was closed today while i was there

danny


Quote:
> Hey there everyone!

> Two weeks ago we weren't sure if this weekend's trip was going to happen
since
> Sarah's original due date for Christopher was April 8th.  We both had
thought
> he would be early, and luckily we were right!

> We were supposed to go to SFGadv's opening day last year, but that ended
up
> being the day our furniture arrived from California and we never made it,
nor
> did we get a chance to go back the rest of the year.  So our last
experience
> with the park was summer '99.

> This was my 4th visit to SFGadv, and probably the best of the 4 I've had.
I'll
> be the first to admit that SFGAdv is probably my least favorite Six Flags
park.
>  The park itself looks nice, it's been fairly clean each time we've been,
but
> the parks really lacks any coasters that I would go out of my way to ride,
and
> everytime we've visited, we've found the operations to be less than
stellar,
> many one-train operations, and lazy ride ops.  I've also experienced some
of
> the most consistent line jumping in this park. SFGadv has always been my
"SFMM"
> or "PKI" of the east coast.  A park with a large assortment of coasters,
but
> very few that I actually want to ride more than once, some of them, not
even
> once.

> Anyway, this visit was much better than previous visits.

> We got to the park just before 10am, and upon entering the park, we saw a
HUGE
> group of people waiting by the "Nitro" side to be let in.  We noticed all
of
> about 10 people waiting on the "Medusa" side.  I had only ever been on
Medusa
> once, and was looking forward to getting some more rides in.  The rope
dropped,
> and after about a 15 min walk we found ourselves in a VERY empty Medusa
> station.  They were running 3 empty trains, and the area was so deserted
we got
> in about 5 or 6 rides before we even saw another 10 people walk over to
Medusa.
> This was the first time Sarah and I got to ride a floorless in the front
row,
> and it was really cool!  We also saw the baboons attacking some cars,
which was
> pretty damn funny!

> The ride is a lot of fun, but IMO I think it suffers from what a lot of
the
> more recent B&M's problems which is the ride is just too big and
'graceful'.
> It really is the perfect "GP" ride.  While I really like some of the
elements a
> lot, the ride as a whole doesn't leave me with that "I MUST RIDE THIS
AGAIN"
> feeling!  Had there been a line, we would have ridden once, and that would
have
> been enough.  (This also pretty much sums up my opinion of Nitro also, but
I'll
> get to that in a moment).

> After a decent mini-marathon on Medusa, we wandered back towards the other
side
> of the park passing up a closed Viper (ahh, darn!), Rotting Lumber (sorry
Rich
> & Sue! :)  ), a closed Runaway Mine Train (not Mark, but the ride named
after
> him), and GASM.

> We wound up over at B:TM, which, IMO, probably is still the best ride in
the
> park.  We had a GREAT ride on this in the very back row.  We noticed that
> Chiller was open, and George needed his credit on that, so off we went.  I
> would really LOVE to see Chiller get the FoF treatment.  Although I can't
see
> it ever happening, if it did Chiller would be a reason to go back to
SFGadv.
> But as it is now, it's barely rideable.

> We took a ride on the Frisbee and Top Spin, both were running pretty weak
> programs, but still fun.  Frisbee's are always a great laugh.  I wanted to
get
> Rebecca on Backbeard's, but we found that closed also.  There was actually
> quite a lot of closed rides on Saturday, but oddly enough, one of the
> consistently closed rides, Evolution was OPEN!  I had been on this ride in
two
> other places: Flamingoland in the UK, and the L.A. county fair.  This one
was a
> bit different because it stopped at the top for a long time for an
extended
> 'scenic view'.  It's a good ride.  Not 'extreme' by any means, but fun.

> Next up was Skull Mountain.  Elissa kept telling me about the infamous
'back
> seat', which was <ahem> interesting!  The phrase of the day was "Slap the
> pumpkin".

> Finally we made it over to Nitro.   It wasn't quite as pink as I was
expecting!
>  :)  Sarah and I rode in the very back row.  Overall, I liked it quite a
bit.
> It's much better than Apollo's Chariot, but doesn't even come close to
touching
> the likes of the Intamin hypers, or even Magnum, Steel Force & Mamba, IMO.
> Like Medusa, it is the perfect "GP" ride.  It's VERY smooth, very
graceful,
> tall & fast, and very long.  It feels like a 'complete' ride.  However,
there
> was still nothing about it that was making either one of us get back in
the 20
> min line.  I can see why others find it awesome, it just isn't my kind of
ride.
>  IMO, some of the more recent bigger B&M's like Riddler's, Alpengeist,
Apollo,
> and the two at SFGadv, just don't have that "punch" like some the earlier
rides
> like Nemesis, Kumba, etc had.  I much prefer the smaller B&M's like BKF,
> Scorcher, and even PGA's Top Gun is an INSANE ride!  I'm actually looking
> forward to Talon as it seems to be 'my' kind of B&M ride.

> After Nitro, we decided to head out.  It was VERY cold that day and we had
> pretty much ridden all we wanted to ride.

> The next day was PKD.  We met up with Elissa, George, & Derek once again
as
> well as Kim & Dave Thomas (who were definitely missed the day before).

> We arrived just a few min before 10am, and within 15 min, had our season
passes
> processed, and were standing at the "Hypersonic" rope drop.   The rope
drops
> about 10:40, and just a few minutes later, we are standing in front of the
> Hypersonic queue while they were finishing up the morning test runs.  15
min
> later, the ride opened, and about 10 min later we boarded row 4 ready to
ride.

> Now, let me say that I am not a big fan of 'one-trick pony' rides.  S:TE
kind
> of grew on me, but I never really 'loved' it, Oblivion was, IMO, a
complete
> waste of time, so I went into Hypersonic not expecting much.  Let me say
that I
> was surprisingly BLOWN AWAY!  Yes the ride is short, and yes, it's a
one-trick
> pony, but it's right up there with S:UE as far as short 'bizarre' coasters
go.
>  I put it on the top of my 'one trick' rides.  It was kind of like the
> 'greatest hits' of one-trick pony's.  It had Montezooma's-like STRONG
launch,
> S:TE vertical tower, Oblivion's vertical drop, and Goliath's airtime hill!
Now
> I'd really like to see an extended version of the technology.  It was
certainly
> better than a lot of drop rides I've been on.  The launch was amazing, and
over
> the top of the tower and the bunny hop there was some EXTREME airtime.  I
> didn't find the restraints tight in the least bit, in fact I had plenty of
room
> for air.  Although, it's not something I would wait more than 30-45 min
for, it
> really surprised me.

> Next up with Non-Outer Limits: Flight of Freedom.  No OTSRs!  It was the
> WEIRDEST thing!  Watching the train approach the station with JUST lap
bars!
> It was WEIRD!  REALLY WEIRD!  The ride itself is still NOT smooth.  But
it's
> completely rideable now, and actually somewhat 'enjoyable'.  It makes you
think
> "I CANNOT believe this had OTSR's on it!"  It really is like PKD got two
new
> coasters this year.  FoF is not something I would have re-ridden, EVER.
And
> now, they've just added one more steelie on that side of the park that I
would
> ride at least once per visit.

> Elissa, George, and Derek had to bail since they've had a LONG drive ahead
of
> them (and are still driving as I write this!), so the rest of us headed to
> Scooby Doo so I could take Rebecca on.  She is MUCH more aware of coasters
now.
>  She even put her hands up on the first drop!  It was VERY cute.  Kim took
her
> on the Taxi Jam, then we took a ride of the Grizzly, front seat, which was
> running well, and then we decided to call it a day.  It will still be a
while
> until Christopher gets his first coaster ride, but it was nice to take him
to
> the park and get him used to the atmosphere.

> Kim, Dave, and us ended off the night with some fish tacos at Baja Fresh
in
> Rockville (Yum!).  And now we need to rest for our Hersheypark day next
> Saturday, then back to PKD with Bethany and Dallas the week after!

> Thanks for reading!

> Cheers.
> --Robb

> Remove the Gerstlaur to respond!

> Robb & Sarah's Home Movies 2000!  63 minutes of Theme Parks, Roller
Coasters,
> and FUN!  For more information on the video, go to:
> http://www.geocities.com/robbalvey/2000.htm

> www.themeparkreview.com

 
 
 

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Post by Erik Allen Elne » Tue, 10 Apr 2001 13:48:33

Quote:

>Finally we made it over to Nitro.  Sarah and I rode in the very back row.
>Overall, I liked it quite a bit.  It's much better than Apollo's Chariot, but
>doesn't even come close to touching the likes of the Intamin hypers, or
>even Magnum, Steel Force & Mamba, IMO.  I can see why others find
>it awesome, it just isn't my kind of ride.

Cool! I can't wait to ride it now!

Erik
who's learned how to translate Robb's coaster opinions into a rough
approximation of how he will feel about them. :P

                                             Erik Allen Elness
                                   GhostRider   Millennium Force

 
 
 

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Post by Cameron Silv » Wed, 11 Apr 2001 04:05:10

Great report Robb .. You should write a "Trip Reports for Dummies"
book !!

(Or maybe it's just the SFGAdv people?! :-) )

 
 
 

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Post by Christian Luch » Wed, 11 Apr 2001 04:25:26

Yeah! Then we could compare the book to the movie! :-)

Chris.

Quote:

> Great report Robb .. You should write a "Trip Reports for Dummies"
> book !!

> (Or maybe it's just the SFGAdv people?! :-) )

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Post by Daniel J. Northov » Wed, 11 Apr 2001 06:08:16

Cameron when are you going to work on the Home Roms for my Circus
Voltaire?

SeaWorld Adventure Park
 Cleveland 2001 season pass member
********************************
  Daniel J. Northover

********************************

 
 
 

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Post by George Boor » Wed, 11 Apr 2001 07:03:29



Quote:
>Hey there everyone!

>Next up was Skull Mountain.  Elissa kept telling me about the infamous
>'back seat', which was <ahem> interesting!  The phrase of the day was
>"Slap the pumpkin".  

When you actually "Slap the Pumpkin" boy does it hurt!  And the back seat,
purely divine.

Quote:
>Now, let me say that I am not a big fan of 'one-trick pony' rides.  S:TE
>kind of grew on me, but I never really 'loved' it, Oblivion was, IMO, a
>complete waste of time, so I went into Hypersonic not expecting much.
>Let me say that I was surprisingly BLOWN AWAY!  Yes the ride is short,
>and yes, it's a one-trick pony, but it's right up there with S:UE as far
>as short 'bizarre' coasters go.

Hypersonic gets my seal of approval - best one trick pony I've ridden yet
(although I get to ride S:UE later this summer, and I think it's going to
topple Hypersonic's ranking).  The launch is so quick, one second you're
sitting at the countdown lights and the next you're at the top of the tower
and the air at the top is excellent, in the back row I was getting toss
forward and got a lovely look straight down for a second or 2.  Definitely
something I'd ride again, although the 2+ hr waits are out of the question.

Oh yeah, the restraints?  They must've extended the seat belt a bit - I fit
easily and I'm 6', 280lbs with treetrunk legs.

Quote:
>Next up with Non-Outer Limits: Flight of Freedom.  No OTSRs!  It was the
>WEIRDEST thing!  Watching the train approach the station with JUST lap
>bars! It was WEIRD!  REALLY WEIRD!  The ride itself is still NOT smooth.
> But it's completely rideable now, and actually somewhat 'enjoyable'.
>It makes you think "I CANNOT believe this had OTSR's on it!"  It really
>is like PKD got two new coasters this year.  FoF is not something I
>would have re-ridden, EVER.  And now, they've just added one more
>steelie on that side of the park that I would ride at least once per
>visit.  

Have to agree here too!  FoF is a nice ride now, the first half is pretty
good actually now that I can actually pay attention to it!  Before it was,
ow, ouch, AW, OW, <put hands on head to try and minimize the head banging>
<pull now beat up hands away after a few seconds>, now its nice, with some
good laterals.  The mid-course was on heavy, so the 2nd half has no punch
whatsoever - just glide, do the corkscrew, overbank, station.

Quote:
>Elissa, George, and Derek had to bail since they've had a LONG drive
>ahead of them (and are still driving as I write this!)

And driving, and driving...  9 hrs 45 mins later we were at Elissa's and
Derek's homes, 12 hrs (about 2:15am) I finally made it home - but every
minute was worth it!

As usual, it was great*** out with Robb, Sarah, Dave and Kim - with
Rebecca and Christopher being pure bonus (they are both so cute! And
Christopher is already taking after Robb).

Have Fun!

George

 
 
 

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Post by Sean Flahart » Wed, 11 Apr 2001 10:01:13


It was kind of like the

Quote:
> 'greatest hits' of one-trick pony's.  It had Montezooma's-like STRONG
launch,
> S:TE vertical tower, Oblivion's vertical drop, and Goliath's airtime hill!

  Sounds like a 4-trick pony to me. =:^) (j/k)

 Thanks for the TR Robb!

--

Sean

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http://www.geocities.com/irishcoast

 
 
 

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Post by Robb Alv » Wed, 11 Apr 2001 12:05:20

Quote:
>It was kind of like the
>> 'greatest hits' of one-trick pony's.  It had Montezooma's-like STRONG
>launch,
>> S:TE vertical tower, Oblivion's vertical drop, and Goliath's airtime hill!

>  Sounds like a 4-trick pony to me. =:^) (j/k)

It actually kind of was!  I mean, one of the things I liked about it is it
didn't just do 'one' thing.  I really thought it would be all about the launch
and that was it, but it wasn't!  

I'm looking forward to full-length Thrust Air installations, though.

Cheers.

--Robb

Remove the Gerstlaur to respond!

Robb & Sarah's Home Movies 2000!  63 minutes of Theme Parks, Roller Coasters,
and FUN!  For more information on the video, go to:
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TR: Robb & Sarah at SFGadv & PKD - 4/7 & 8

Post by Sean Flahart » Thu, 12 Apr 2001 07:54:31


Quote:
> >  Sounds like a 4-trick pony to me. =:^) (j/k)

> It actually kind of was!  I mean, one of the things I liked about it is it
> didn't just do 'one' thing.  I really thought it would be all about the
launch
> and that was it, but it wasn't!

I agree. I wasn't expecting much but was really blown away.  For me, it
wasn't just the launch either.

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