GameSprocket: I had my kids along, so we went on the wussy version. I am glad we did since when they shut the doors and the console moved into place in front of us I realized that I have become slightly claustrophobic. Weird, I never had that problem before. It really sucked in an MRI machine.
Quantum Apostrophe: OK, now you just need to be able to afford it. Wow, that's a huge market right there! That's why we still have Concorde! Oh wait...
Kazaa: /RIP Horizons
Kazaa: The trick is to not look to the side at any point during the Orange ride. Always look straight forward, no matter how tempted you are to look around you (or at your family). You'll still be a bit wonky afterward, but you'll be less likely to puke.If you take the backstage tour at EPCOT, they tell you that it takes 20-30 minutes for your inner ear to readjust afterward, but can take upwards of 90 minutes in some people. If I'd known that before my first ride, I would never have ridden it, honestly. (On the tour I took, the guide said that he once took some former shuttle astronauts on the ride, and they told him afterward that it was remarkably close to how a real shuttle launch felt. If that's true, I'll pass.)
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