Why does it take 3 years to build a ride?

RollerCoaster

Well-Known Member
I disagree, as the accident from Schlitterbahn shows they rushed through a number of milestones and cut corners to make some sort of timeframe for the travel channel's producers.

Schlitterbahn is a bad example, because the truth is they didn't rush the opening of the ride. The state is using the "reality television" show drama as the basis for that claim in the case. There is no truth to that. In fact, the opening was delayed. The ride was announced in November 2012 and expected for a summer 2013 opening. It didn't open until 2014 and missed the targeted date of May 23. It didn't open until July 10. You're going to learn in the trial that the park didn't cut corners. You're going to learn that the process was similar to any prototype ride. You're going to learn that while horrific, it was merely a tragic accident, not a premeditated murder.
 

Hockey89

Well-Known Member
Schlitterbahn is a bad example, because the truth is they didn't rush the opening of the ride. The state is using the "reality television" show drama as the basis for that claim in the case. There is no truth to that. In fact, the opening was delayed. The ride was announced in November 2012 and expected for a summer 2013 opening. It didn't open until 2014 and missed the targeted date of May 23. It didn't open until July 10. You're going to learn in the trial that the park didn't cut corners. You're going to learn that the process was similar to any prototype ride. You're going to learn that while horrific, it was merely a tragic accident, not a premeditated murder.
You are going to be wrong on all accounts.... You will learn,
 

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