One of my very favorite All in WDW features is our “Rehabilitate? Or, Eliminate?” series. Remember, them? Those are the posts in which I ask you to open up your imagination and determine the fate of a WDW attraction.
I love those re-imagineering “challenges”! Why? Simply because of the reaction they elicit from amongst you – our audience. Your responses pour in with fantastic creativity, but the passion you display in your comments is nothing short of astounding!
Today, I have something a little bit new for you to tackle. From time to time, I get approached with completely unsubstantiated rumors or speculation. They cause me to wonder … how would you react to them?
Anyway, let’s see. Here’s the latest. I received it this past week, and it goes like this …
‘$50 says Space Mountain gets demolished within five years of the TRON coaster opening. Reason? Because why do we need two indoor sci-fi roller coasters directly adjacent? It makes no sense.’
I definitely, can see some merit. For example, do we really need two sci-fi coasters in close proximity to each other? Then, looking a bit further, the mountain does seem to break down a lot.
What do you think, folks? Please leave your reactions in the comments on this post or on Facebook,Twitter, or Reddit. Then, register your “votes” in the poll below. Do you hope (or expect) that this speculation is true or false?
Hello, folks! We need your help! How so? Well, what better way to end a week than with an old-fashioned roller coaster “throw-down” … presented All in WDW style. By way of a poll, that is!
Actually, I promise … this, seemingly random, vote is going to make much more sense after you listen to next week’s mid-week episode of the WDW Main Street Podcast. So, bear with me, OK?
Last night, Doug, John, and I pre-recorded a show in which we seeded the “contenders” that will compete in this year’s Animal Kingdom favorite attractions “tournament”.
Led by our reigning “champion” – Kilimanjaro Safaris – and joined for the first time by Disney’s two new newcomers from Pandora, twenty-four attractions will vie for your favor. It is set to kick off next Friday, the 15th, folks. Please mark your calendars!
Anyway, in the midst of our discussion, a spirited debate ensued. The question at hand is quite simple. Which of these three options is the best roller coaster? Thanks for your help, my friends!