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Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association

ChickHearn
Posted: 10/7/03 at 2:33:57 PM
Views: 4893

I finally have the answer for all of us rollercoaster hobbyists. I won a competition with my team at Magic Mountain and were are ready to take on all comers. Typically, theme parks have small lines late in the day, so until the group finds sponsorship, we will run the meets in amateur fashion, but please be aware, if you get sick or queasy, you lose. Anyone interested in the idea of forming a team and competeing head to head against another team on your most favorite rollercoasters for cash and prizes, please email me with your name, location, age, sex and if necessary the people you are recruiting for your team. I am Ken, email me as soon as possible. The first competition will be at a park to be determined.

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by MommaBeast MommaBeast Profile at 10/7/03 3:04:27 PM

Are you referring to rollercoaster marathoning?

This Momma doesn't get sick! Banged up, perhaps, but not queasy/sick.

More details, please....

MommaBeast

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 10/7/03 4:25:00 PM

Coaster marathoning, eh? This could prove to be quite interesting. If it were Mean streak or Wicked twister, my team would win.

Corkscrew_Foley

Schwarzkopf.coaster.net

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by MommaBeast MommaBeast Profile at 10/7/03 7:26:26 PM

> Coaster marathoning, eh? This could prove to be
> quite interesting. If it were Mean streak or
> Wicked twister, my team would win.

> Corkscrew_Foley

I don't even know if "marathoning" is what he's talking about, but if it is, can you imagine being the unlucky ones to draw the straw for MILLENNIUM FORCE???

LOL

Pick me! Pick me!

MommaBeast, who would even settle for marathons on DOUBLE LOOP and any Boomerang! (Mind Eraser, is it?)

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 10/7/03 9:52:59 PM

Having to draw straws(hey, it rhymes), as much as I love Millie, I'd be done early, I'd completely gray out after two or three rides. LOL!

True endurance would be doing a marathon on an SLC or Vortex @ PKI.

C-Screw

Schwarzkopf.coaster.net

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by MommaBeast MommaBeast Profile at 10/7/03 10:33:37 PM

> True endurance would be doing a marathon on an
> SLC or Vortex @ PKI.

Ain't that the truth...marathon of masochism.

> C-Screw

heehee...I see you like your nic!
LOL
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Marathonin'Momma

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 10/9/03 1:25:17 AM

Oh wait Momma, it gets better... or worse on how you stand on the idea, but for the final round, a ride on a TOGO coaster like Viper or Manhattan Express, and a winner is called once the opponents' ears begin to bleed or if the opponent has called it quits after only ONE ride. LOL!

I'm a glutton for pain, according to some, but you won't see me on that challenge, no way! Besides, I'll still be sitting out waiting for the greying to dissipate from Millie. LOL!

C-Screw.

Schwarzkopf.coaster.net

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by AL_W_ at 10/10/03 1:35:55 PM

http://www.absolutelyreliable.com

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 10/10/03 8:14:13 PM

Al, were you one of the kids riding Canyon blaster all day? LOL!

C-Screw.

Schwarzkopf.coaster.net

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by URC_A_Listers at 10/12/03 2:50:16 AM

I don't understand. If you don't get paid for something you are an amateur...not a professional. I take a huge dump every morning, but I am not paid for it, which means I enjoy it in an amateur manner. What is professional about this? Tool. Get a life.

-A LISTAH

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by Corkscrew_Foley Corkscrew_Foley Profile at 10/12/03 11:31:18 AM

Absoluetly brilliant, LISTAH! I bet insightfulness like that scores high marks everwhere you go, doesn't it? But you know, you could have said something like, I like biting my nails, how come I don't get paid for it? Or I like picking my nose, how come I don't get paid for that? Well, if you like the gold you find, then I guess that can be a pro job. LOL!

In all honesty, the joys of decicating and coaster marathong are two different things you know, but I do see your point. If it was an professional job, i'd be all over that, then we'd see who is the Tooly McTool.
LOL!

C-Screw

Schwarzkopf.coaster.net

Re: Professional Rollercoaster Riders Association by CoastaPlaya at 10/13/03 11:25:54 AM

How do you expect anyone to take you seriously--that is, without a well-designed, professionally laid-out and grammatically taut website like the Coaster Preservation Club?