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Thursday, January 27, 2005
Six Flags America to Follow Hersheypark Trend
Six Flags America made a shocking announcement today regarding park plans for the 2005 season.� Taking after Hersheypark, which recently canceled this year's new coaster addition, Six Flags America has decided to cancel all park projects this year in order to maintain its hard-earned reputation of never adding anything.
Kieran Burke, CEO of Six Flags Incorporated, made a special trip to SFA in below freezing weather today to announce that this year�s planned expansion of sinks and water fountains would be canceled in order to prove know-it-all coaster enthusiasts wrong on all accounts, and sources close to the Six Flags camp say that this trend may last longer than one year.
�We had thought about adding a Standup roller coaster in the past few years, then a mouse, then a new water park back behind Superman, but some coaster idiot kept foiling our plans.� Burk stated.� He then went on to explain, �So instead, we had decided not to add anything relevant to the park, but just add sinks and water fountains around the back of the park.� But in response to this thread on CoasterBuzz, we�ve decided to take after Hersheypark and cancel all additions instead.� Boy, that Hershey knows how to take care of customers!�
Rumor has it that Six Flags Darien Lake, Six Flags Astroworld, and Six Flags St. Louis will follow suit with similar announcements later this month.
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