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  1. TampaZeke says

    It’s been “set to open” at least five times now only to be delayed in order to redesign and otherwise fix safety issues. The original build out had to be almost completely dismantled and rebuilt because it was sending the rafts catapulting 100+ feet in the air off of the hump.

  2. Mike says

    Why do they keep trying this?

    Tell me, was it “delayed and redesigned at least five times” so they could scrape off those pesky TESTING INCIDENTS?

  3. UFFDA says

    Yup yup yup…get me to Kansas. Epic fun. I’d even go to Gay Pride if they had one of these. At least it would be a reason. But then there’d be some “liberated” guy up there playing with himself for all to see.

  4. says

    Assuming it has been thoroughly tested, hell yes, I would ride this. I’m a huge fan of the original Schlitterbahn in New Braunfels, TX. These people know how to make fun rides.

  5. JonnyNYNY2FLFL says

    Schlitterbahn got approval to build a waterpark in Ft.Lauderdale as part of the Swimming Hall of Fame redevelopment project.

    It should provide another exciting attraction for tourists & help reduce our senior citizen population.

  6. daws says

    What about the water? What if some of that gets into your screaming maw and you drown on the way down?

    No thank you. You all have fun, though.

  7. Tatts says

    Just to be clear–Niagara Falls is not a very tall waterfall. It’s wide, and there’s a boat load of water, but it’s not something to compare to for height. And the Statue of Liberty? Not nearly as wide as Niagara Falls.

    As soon as a few thousand people survive it, I’m in. Looks great, especially the hump.

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