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Re^2: If I were to compete in an Olympic event, it would be:

by Popcorn Dave (Abbot)
on Feb 24, 2006 at 17:58 UTC ( #532609=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: If I were to compete in an Olympic event, it would be:
in thread If I were to compete in an Olympic event, it would be:

Nah, luge all the way. Just like a roller coaster without brakes or safety concerns. :)

Acutally I've often wondered why nobody did a bobsled type roller coaster ride. I would think it would be a great draw.

Useless trivia: In the 2004 Las Vegas phone book there are approximately 28 pages of ads for massage, but almost 200 for lawyers.


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Re^3: If I were to compete in an Olympic event, it would be:
by pileofrogs (Priest) on Feb 24, 2006 at 19:11 UTC
      True to a point. If memory serves - and it's been a long time since I was in Disneyland - those cars hold more than 2-4 people. I'd like a ride that *was* a bobsled type car (2-4 people) on a bobsled type track - not a roller coaster per se, but just a downhill run to simulate the bobsled/luge experience.

      Useless trivia: In the 2004 Las Vegas phone book there are approximately 28 pages of ads for massage, but almost 200 for lawyers.
Re^3: If I were to compete in an Olympic event, it would be:
by Anonymous Monk on Feb 24, 2006 at 19:57 UTC
      I think I may have just found this year's xmas present. :)

      Useless trivia: In the 2004 Las Vegas phone book there are approximately 28 pages of ads for massage, but almost 200 for lawyers.

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