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Robert Niles
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Anaheim newspaper looking for worst ride at Disneyland Resort

Published: July 1, 2008 at 9:41 AM

Just to let everyone know that this year's winners of the Theme Park Insider Awards will be posted at noon (Pacific Time) on Thursday, July 3.

On the flip side, and in the meantime, the Orange County (Calif.) Register is running an online poll to select the worst attraction at the Disneyland Resort (including Disneyland Park and Disney's California Adventure.)

FWIW, Theme Park Insider's reader ratings have Tuck & Roll's Drive 'Em Buggies at DCA as the easy winner in that category. Unfortunately, the Register didn't have that as an option, so I had to add it.

So... how many TPI readers can we get to click over there and flood the ballot box?

(The paper is promising a vote next week for best attraction. Let's plan to flood the box for TPI reader fave Pirates on that one. Though I doubt it'll need the help.)

Replies (3)

Scott Thatcher

Published: July 1, 2008 at 10:56 AM

Voted for Tuck but think ticket price is gonna win.
Manny Barron

Published: July 2, 2008 at 12:50 PM

This poll is pretty dumb now. They actually have Indiana Jones, Space Mountain, Pirates of the Caribbean, and the Haunted Mansion as nominees. This is because they allowed readers to nominate rides of their own. Because of this they now have a "allowing people to add answers was a bad idea" category. This poll should have just had 10 deserving nominees and not allowed readers to put in their own idiotic choices.
Brandon Mendoza

Published: July 2, 2008 at 6:20 PM

Yeah, that poll is dumb now. I definitely think that readers shouldn't be allowed to add rides without researching it and finding an explanation.

Space Mountain? Indy? Some people are just hating...

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