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AY Ronny
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The rulebook address the toilet on rollercoaster point, but what about floorless coaster with splashdown element? will it become a torture device for visitors' shoes?
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An interesting question for sure but there are others that could be addressed as well. Although not as interesting I'm trying to imagine a hotel or food outlet with an express queue.
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DaFees wrote:
An interesting question for sure but there are others that could be addressed as well. Although not as interesting I'm trying to imagine a hotel or food outlet with an express queue.

at least here a number of fast food places now have order kiosks where you can use a touch screen to order rather than go to a register. No idea how to explain it on a hotel
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Some hotels in Vegas have Express check ins. Much better than standing in line for three hours at MGM.
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But strangely fast food shop cannot install the express kiosk upgrade
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They are inherently an express queue to the food already
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The fast food is my little joke - it's so cheap and so horrendous that you literally cannot improve it any way

Floorless rollercoasters are really badly named - they are the type where your feet don't touch the ground but there's still a platform underneath you. A splashdown on the Inverted rollercoaster would be a real experience - but some rides do come with a drenching warning
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No wonder coasters with a splashdown element is always a prime target for safety inspection whistle
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joelfinch wrote:
The fast food is my little joke - it's so cheap and so horrendous that you literally cannot improve it any way

Floorless rollercoasters are really badly named - they are the type where your feet don't touch the ground but there's still a platform underneath you. A splashdown on the Inverted rollercoaster would be a real experience - but some rides do come with a drenching warning

reminds me of the time I went with my (now) wife and her little sister to Sea World in San Diego and it was raining but we went on the Atlantis ride anyway. I wasn't really prepared and came out drenched. Had to take my shirt off and wear my denim jacket buttoned up as a shirt the rest of the day
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Seems unfair
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Kim Brebach
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That is refreshing.
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Brett Jordan

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Maybe you're inverted through the splashdown and your head is getting wet?
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Inverted standing coaster with head pointing the to ground in a splashdown? lol
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JK Grence
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There are not one, but two coasters I can think of which have splashdowns. On both of them, riders stay dry.

Griffon at Busch Gardens Williamsburg is a floorless dive coaster with a splashdown element. A couple of scoops on the back of the train make 50-foot plumes of water as riders glide above the water.

There's also Manta at Sea World Orlando. It's a flying coaster, with riders face-down under the track, and has a splashdown special effect with fountains spraying water away from riders as the train takes a turn close to water.
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Our last play my husband build a hotel with an electic fence! :O
Those poor guests! Once in you never leave! Muhahaha!
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That's a powerful play.

Sorry.
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