Six Flags Over Georgia:
or should we call it Ninja Attack
Ninja... Oh boy do I hate this ride. Do NOT ride it if you do not want to immediately have to leave the park for 1) passing out from brain damage 2)having a terrible migraine for the rest of the day 3) vomiting uncontrollably. All in favor of demolishing this ride?
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From David L.
Posted September 19, 2010 at 6:36 AM
There are enough people who like it so they keep it. It is also difficult to replace so something is better than nothing. It also costs too much to take it down(it's built 100% over a lake. So They make more money by keeping it.
From David L.
Posted September 19, 2010 at 11:07 AM
Also, most people can prevent all of your mentioned problems by holding you head steady(For some people this takes their hands), taking headache medicine(available at the first aid location for like 50 cents), and i've never seen anyone throw up... but it might happen once or twice a year.
I was holding my head... had my hands behind my head (kind of like sit up position) for just holding your head steady didn't work one bit. I am an avid roller coaster rider and hardly ever get sick on them. Everyone in my party felt the same way.
its far the worse ride at the park... looks kinda cool, but thats about it... it would be worth more in my opinion as scrap metal.... horrible ride, one of the worst at any park...
I really would cry tears of joy to see it demolished... The worst ride at any Six Flags park in my opinion. The company dosen't have the money to replace it (or the land, really) but I would love to see it go.
They at least have the money to close the dang thing and refuse to let people ride it. Someone is going to get hurt on that thing.
It has been around long enough and nobody has gotten hurt. If you dont like it, dont ride it, but some people still like it.
I'll be first in line to push the button on the detanator when they finally decide to deep-six this pretzel. I rode it once...more than 20 years ago...and I never rode it again. I'll give any coaster a chance...once. When it came to Ninja, one chance was all it got.
From steve lee
Posted September 24, 2010 at 9:09 PM
If it was over 20 years ago, are you sure it was Ninja and not Z-Force? Both coasters are not historically loved...
Steve: Yes I am positive it was Ninja. I dont know that we rode Z-Force
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