Franki Brock

Published: October 31, 2006 at 5:44 PM

they shouldn't close down that ride! i realize that i have no vote in this but python was my first up-side down roller coaster as well and it will be sad to see it torn down!
steve lee

Published: October 31, 2006 at 5:13 PM

I gave it one last ride on Saturday. Believe it or not, it was the longest wait all day (yes, longer than even Rhino Rally). It's always a shame to see a coaster go, but if it's for the greater good of the park, I guess it's for the best.
Mike CP

Published: October 31, 2006 at 5:14 PM

I rode Python last week at Hall O' Scream. I believe they are making a good decision in removing it. Although the ride has history, that is about all it currently has. The area of the park needs to be updated, and Busch will do a fantastic job with it.
Justin Trinh

Published: October 31, 2006 at 10:10 PM

So sad to see Python go.. even though it was short and can't compare to many of today's coasters, it was a great starter for many who are afraid of roller coasters. Python too was my first upside-down coaster and it was what got me started in loving roller coasters. I also use this coaster on several occasions to help friends who are afraid of coasters, used it as a starter because it was short and went upside-down. Python for me, many of my friends, and countless others was the one that got us into enjoying the thrills of roller coasters. Python will surely be missed.
Adrienne McDonald

Published: October 31, 2006 at 10:21 PM

I wished I wudda known earlier, I cudda rode this one. :(
scott sorensen

Published: October 31, 2006 at 10:26 PM

Python will not be missed. I understand that when it first openned, Python probably was cutting edge technology, however it's time passed long ago. We rode Python last April and had the misfortune of waiting 40 minutes in line for a ride that lasted 60 seconds. What a waste! Even a mini-donut stand would be an improvement over Python.
Erik Yates

Published: November 1, 2006 at 2:52 PM

Python will be missed for a lot of nostaligic reasons. This was the first coaster for a lot of folks, more specifically the first upside coaster. My son had his first ride on it not all that long ago. He was visibly upset by the news that it was closing, but he shared in everyone elses opinion "That thing hurt my head....maybe they'll get something new"
And thats what we have to hope. We remember the passing of a coaster that was good in its time, and hopefully usher in something else that is amazing.
Robert OGrosky

Published: November 1, 2006 at 3:49 PM

If was a very nice ride, and it would be good if the park could be improved without removing it. But since it isnt possible then you have to remove it as the ride isnt a "classic" ride that needs to be preserved.
Sadly not every coaster can alst forever.