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Old     (pierce_bronkite)      Join Date: Jul 2003       09-16-2013, 7:51 AM Reply   
I am curious what the etiquette is when it comes to standing in line and who goes first at the cable park. For instance at the cable park I ride there are two lines. One for the narrow top/deck where riders sit or stand and jump off and the other line is behind where riders slide off or stand and jump. I always assumed your place in line is where you show up wether it be in the top deck or behind. I take a mental note of who's in front of me or behind me so I dont cut anyone off. A couple of days ago I had a "disagreement" with a rider. I was standing on the upper narrow deck and he was behind me on the standing area(area closest to the cable operator). The cable operator handed it to him first and I reached for him to pass it over. Not to make it a long story but he said the line alternates from the two lines, one for the top deck area and the other for the line behind. Is that true? I didnt agree with him but I also wasnt about to get in a fight over a spot in line.

What are your thoughts?

 
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