Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Life Again Has Meaning

Because Jack's back, baby, and State Showcase Fun Ron Paul Peckerwood Super Park or whatever is coming in a mere, oh, well, okay, it's never opening but holy crap it's good to have you back in full-on insane rambling mode, Jack! Tell us about Firehawk and Phoenix, Jack!

Tale of two coasters which were disassembled and reassembled.

Rocket/Phoenix coaster traveled over 1,700 miles to its destination which cost in total of $1,500,000.

Firehawk coaster traveled just 225 miles to its destination which should not cost any more than the same $1,500,000.

Kaivac1 that means that the cost of the Dora and Boots costumes must be $8,500,000.

I cannot make it any simpler!

No, indeed, you can't.



  1. Anonymous12:32 AM

    We cannot support anyone who rails on our friend Jack. This is a perfect example of why we remain opposed to this site. With the current state of coasterdom, Jack might be our only hope.


  2. Anonymous10:44 AM

    After reading all of JL57 posts on the above matter is that this individual question the amount of money Cedarfair is actually spending during 2007 and 2008.

    The Phoenix with its far more difficult task in time and miles than Firehawk thus shouldn't cost any more than the Phoenix while doing the same task.

    Cedarfair insists that they spent ten million dollars at Kings Island.

    Simple equation whould be is to subtract million five hundred thousand dollars from ten million dollars quote from Cedarfair.

    The $8,500,000.00 which is left must have been for Dora and Boots costumes from the mind of Kaivac1 being the only conclusion.

    Most of the 2008 new additions at its Cedarfair parks is none other preexisting rides which were at Geauga Lake just like Firehawk.

    Kaivac1 intellectual capabilities being exhibited is even having great difficulty in the spelling of Fire Hawk(which is his spelling of Firehawk).