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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    I wouldn't know if anything popped out or not. The dark and loudness was enough to make me shut my eyes instantly and I didn't open them until the end. I'll pass on it.

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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    I'm sure this has been stated but Alien Encounter terrifed me senseless.

    I rode Mission Space the first year and I know things have changed and you can choose a "lighter" option now but I just can't bring myself to do it again.

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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    Captain EO...never

    Sounds Dangerous...never again
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by bethinthesun View Post
    Captain EO...never

    Sounds Dangerous...never again
    While I was (and still am) totally opposed to Captain EO, I did break down and sit through it while in Disneyland Paris. The park opened at 8 or 9, but while you could roam freely through any land in the park, Discoveryland (their version of Tomorrowland) didn't open until 10. There was zero line, so I figured I'd give it a shot with no real wait, just until it started. What annoyed me is that they added on a "making of" mini-featurette as a pre-show to help control crowds. Trouble is, there were NO crowds. So why did they torment us with the annoying video when we could have gone right in??

    The movie wasn't what I remembered, and I hate HATE Michael Jackson, the man, the music, the whole package. The puppets were weak, the rumbling seats were unnecessary, and holy cr*p Disney, can we STOP with the water-in-the-face with every single 3-D movie... PLEASE?? But yes, I rode it. Done. No matter how long it sticks around. Finished. Over.

    I'm sure I sat through Sounds Dangerous when I was young. I just have no real desire to go back in.
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    I'd have to say that Sounds Dangerous probably heads my list. No wait, it got beat out by the totally ridiculous Chronicles of Narnia thing. I can't even call it an attraction since it was just a commercial.
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    Expedition Everest!!! It feels good to say that I did it, but I won't ever go on again. I shouldn't do coasters for medical reasons, but boy it sure felt good being on it (well, most of it felt good).
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    As many times as i have been, i never have and never will go on the Astro Orbiter in Tomorrowland at Magic K-looking at it makes me feel so ill-think it's also the thought of starting the ride by getting a lift to it!
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by dramaqueenk View Post
    As many times as i have been, i never have and never will go on the Astro Orbiter in Tomorrowland at Magic K-looking at it makes me feel so ill-think it's also the thought of starting the ride by getting a lift to it!
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    I've never been on Astro Orbiters either. No special reason. Just somehow always forget to head up there after the TTA.
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    they just seem pointless to me-they are too similar to the Dumbo ride except higher up.
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    I think the height is the appeal. Sort of like the tilting as being the draw to the magic carpets.
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    it also seems to be faster... or maybe the height makes it seem faster...
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    For a silly spinning in circles ride it offers a great perspective of Tomorrowland, but I wouldn't wait in line to go on it.
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by MartianCrab View Post
    For a silly spinning in circles ride it offers a great perspective of Tomorrowland, but I wouldn't wait in line to go on it.
    Yeah, that's what gets me.. The line always seem to be long, it isn't worth it to wait in that line..
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    Re: What is an attraction you refuse to ride or once was enough?

    Quote Originally Posted by MartianCrab View Post
    For a silly spinning in circles ride it offers a great perspective of Tomorrowland, but I wouldn't wait in line to go on it.
    yep that i agree with-must give a great view although at that speed not sure i'd want to take pictures!
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