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  • The Screaming Eagle At six Flags over mid-america in St Louis Missouri back in the early 80's;) Flat out Fast in it's day;)
  • I LOVE roller coasters! My favorites include the Lochness Monster at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, VA, and the Superman: Ride of Steel coaster at Six Flags America in Maryland.
  • I do, but I haven't been on many. I'd say Superman at a Six Flags in MA, one hour waiting in line for a two and a half minute ride.
  • I love roller coasters. I like the Vortex at King's Island.
  • I liked the Rebel Yell at Paramount's King's Dominion in Va. It has two coasters going at once, one forwards, one backwards.
  • I am a huge fan of the twister 2 at elitch gardens in denver, CO
  • I love them, My Fav is Millennium Force at Cedar Point in Sandusky OH!! its great!
  • I have to admit rollercoasters scare me. lol However, Nitro in Great Adventure is insane but fun. As we went down the first drop I screamed "I'm gonna kill you" to my cousin who made me go on it. lol
  • I love them. There was a large wooden coaster in Hershey Park that I really liked. I liked the Scorpion in Bush Gardens also.
  • Yes! Mine is Tatsu at Six Flags Magic Mountain.
  • It takes all kinds, and I'm the proof. I do not like rollercoasters, and my favorite one was the old Rainbow Cavern Mine Train ride that is no longer in Disneyland.
  • Yes. The three best I have been on were the one at Palisades Park, NJ (long gone), the one at Coney Island, NY and Boulder Dash at Lake Compounce, Bristol, CT (Voted World's #1 Wooden Coaster, Top Speed: 65MPH+ Biggest Drop: 115ft)
  • Yes! The sheikra in Busch Gardens!
  • ye the led zepplin at hard rock park in myrtle beack sc
  • Of course. I like the Millennium Force at Cedar Point.
  • My God, do I ever love Rollercoasters! All 5 at Busch Gardens Williamsburg were amazing, my personal favourite there being the Griffon. 3 rows of 10 seats across going 300ft up and a 90 degree drop. It was nice! Then, at Six Flags America, definitely Mind Eraser and Superman. King's Dominion, I also liked Rebel Yell, then Hypersonic XLC, and the Volcano. Griffon probably has my overall vote, though.
  • i'm not a fan...i've been scared of them for years...i want to get over the fear, but i've yet to do so...
  • I used to very much. But I guess I'm happier with my feet on the ground now.
  • 'X: No Way Out' at Thorpe Park is my fave so far it goes backwards in the pitch dark! I'm hoping to go on Stealth some day but all my friends chickened out + estimated queue time was 2 hours!
  • Batman at Six Flags in Atlanta.
  • The medusa in dorney park. PA
  • I rode the Maverick at Cedar Point this year and I didn't even know what to expect and it was rip roaring fantastic!!
  • The scream machine six flags Ga..
  • I love rollercoasters! I have many faves. I just cam e back from Busch Gardens in VA..so the Griffon is a current favorite. superman and Batman at Sixflags NE, Rockin roller coaster in Disney world. There is also an old wooden cat and mouse on Santa Cruz(if its still there)
  • I love rollercoasters & the best one that I have ever been on the the one in West Edmonton Mall AB Canada, when it first opened a couple ppl got killed on it :(
  • I'd rather shoot myself in the foot than go on another roller coaster. Really. When I was 17, my friend and her parents pressured me to go on one at the Santa Cruz boardwalk. I told them that I get motion-sickness just turning around slowly two times, and I wouldn't like it, but they made a big fuss and said they wouldn't drive me home unless I went. Well, I didn't puke, but only because I couldn't figure out how. I guess there was no food in my stomach. But I had the dry heaves for the rest of the day. I mean like for hours and hours. It was so awful, I spent the rest of the day wishing I was dead. I haven't felt anything that miserable since, except perhaps going through a particularly long and painful labor/childbirth. At least I got a kid out of that, though. My friend and her parents kept saying, "There's nothing to be afraid of." They didn't get it, though. It has nothing to do with fear. It's a physiological response having to do with a thing in the inner ear that controls balance. They never did "get" the fact that it make me sick.
  • the thunder of zeus at parc asterix near Paris. rated by most rollercoaster fans as no.2 in the world.
  • in order form most to least 1. montu -b.g. 2. kumba-b.g. 3. kracken-seaworld 4. gwazi-b.g. 5. the silly ones at the fair busch gardens- b.g.
  • Silver Bullet!!
  • love em - ultra twister
  • I use to love them until I became a mom and now i fear them (fear of falling out of one and leaving my child motherless)
  • I love roller coasters and I live like 20 minutes from King's Island in Mason, OH so I'm there several times a year, but my all time favorite would definitely be The Beast. It's wicked fast and a true classic.
  • Love Em! The best one i would have to say Tatsu at Six Flags Magic Mountain [CA]
  • I love coasters, especially wooden ones. #1 for me - The Voyage at Holiday World,Santa Claus, Indiana and #2 - Shivering Timbers in Michigan. The Phoenix at Knoebels in Elysburg, PA is fun. The now-sadly-deceased Wildcat of Idora Park, Youngstown,Ohio was phenomenal. I live near Cedar Point, the best amusement park in the world.
  • The best one I've been on is behemoth, just because I haven't been on many-- canadaswonderland
  • The Titan at Six Flags over Texas in Arlington. Awesome!
  • Kingda ka at six flags great adventure is the biggest and fastest rollar coast in the world its goes from 0 to 125 miles per hour in about 3 seconds then shoots you up a 425 feet in the air straight to the top where you do a cork screw then corscrew again as your coming back down it was an amazing ride voodo at dorney park in allentown pa is also a very good coast if you ride in the back seat
  • Cliffhanger-Basically...You go up the pole, then you're quickly dropped back down. New Mexico Rattler-My best friend and I rode this at Cliffs. Basically it's packed with drops, wild speeds, turns, and even a 100-foot long underground tunnel. It was voted one of the Top 25 Wooden Roller Coasters in the world. Chaos-My cousin and I rode this ride when I visited her in Canada. You sit in a seat and the ride starts spinning, then the seats rise, and your seat starts flipping and twisting while you're spinning.
  • I've been to all the huge parks but there is this small park in Muskeegon Michigan that is Owned by Ceder Point in Ohio and there is this big wooden coaster called Shivering tembers Omgsh it's sooo much fun! it shakes really bad but it also consists of nothing but hills its like a tummy tickler LOL so much fun.

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