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All Epcot, All the Time (aka Has Disney given up on SSE?)

Discussion in 'WDW Parks News, Rumors and Current Events' started by HMF, Dec 19, 2008.

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  1. EPCOT Explorer

    EPCOT Explorer New Member

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    Ah, to the dark side.:lookaroun:lol:
     
  2. SirGoofy

    SirGoofy Member

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    Indeed.

    You do not know the power of the darkside. Join us and together we will rule the Mekong River.

    I pick the Mekong because I honestly have no idea where it actually is.:lol:
     
  3. EPCOT Explorer

    EPCOT Explorer New Member

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    :lol::lol:

    Ahhh...I gotta ride JC again. It's been years.:lol: Prolly 98 I think.
     
  4. SirGoofy

    SirGoofy Member

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    :eek:

    And I thought we were friends!

    I will be there in May...and from August-January.:D
     
  5. EPCOT Explorer

    EPCOT Explorer New Member

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    I never have luck with the thing.:dazzle: Down, FP'd out, or refurbed.:(

    I might be there over the summer.:D I'll let you know.:D
     
  6. HMF

    HMF Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    are you referring to Tommy from the Peppers ghost scene or Jason from the 94 videophone scene?
     
  7. TubaGeek

    TubaGeek God bless the "Ignore" button.

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    Actually there was an article on how those are obtained over on our friend Jim Hill's site. It was posted on March 31st, if that helps you find it.
     
  8. EPCOT Explorer

    EPCOT Explorer New Member

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    Tommy was upright, I think.


    Gosh, so many SSE Kids.:dazzle::brick::ROFLOL:
     
  9. HMF

    HMF Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    what?????
     
  10. EpcotServo

    EpcotServo Well-Known Member

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    I'm bored.

    Therefore, since you all what being so narration crazy, I proudly present the Spaceship Earth, as narrated by EpcotServo.







    Voice:
    Radio to Tower. Radio to Tower. This is Spaceship Earth control, welcoming you to that ride you're riding. Presented by Si--Seeemon? Simmons? How to pronounce? Presented by Siemens. Thanks Siemens. Thiemens.

    Quick! Destroy where you live with your Finger!

    --

    Thanks for touching. Now look up at yourself and stare with a blank gaze at your sweaty hair.

    --

    Gord Jorb! Connecting you to your drunken guide.

    --

    EpcotServo: Like a grand and miraculous Spaceship, our Planet has cruised by with a low tank of gas and novelty bumper stickers through the eons of time. But where are we going? And what will we find we give up and stop at the nearest Citgo?





    Why am I asking you?

    --

    Our story begins here, in this Hole. Here stinky cro-magnet men ate Dinosaur meat and Grunted angerily.

    Eventually they went on to write the hit sitcom "Two and a Half Men."

    --

    Much later, they stopped screwing around and eventually started talking to each other, communicating. Something your failed to do with that girl in High School that you really thought you liked but was too good for you.

    --

    In Egypto, the communication may have advanced, but the smell of the ages remained.

    This unkown Egyption pound reeds flats (We'll call him...Steve for now.) is a slave who's beaten unmercifully. He also invented Paper, in the hopes to print obscene slanders about his captors.

    These guys. Take a look at them. TAKE A GOOD LOOK.

    --

    Up until then, we'd been talking in a series of grunts and ughs, much like Carrie Underwood. Then the Phoenicians, who sold cheap Chinese off-brand knock offs to all of everybody, invented a common language for all of them not to learn. After all they're coming into MY country, and they expect ME to learn THEY'RE LANGUAGE? Heck no.


    YOU learn the language...

    --

    The greeks were great inventors of the Sandal, and also had exceptional skills in the fields of Horses, and College Frat Houses. Here, the famous Greek Play "Avenue Q" enthralls them.

    From Philly to Newark, ALL roads led to Rome. In a way, they invented the Internet. But not really.

    --

    Then we hit a roadblock. Someone left the Oven on, and Rome falls. They intend to rebuild it, but don't because it just wouldn't be the same.

    --

    But all is not lost. The ancient Astronauts return to us, and the Onion-People bring great learnings from the stars. Think of it as the first "Mulligan."

    --

    Monks toil endlessly in lonely isolation, because Roger here totally dosen't count as company, lousy slacker.

    --

    Then THIS! The Runny Sauce.

    --

    Much more important, ART starts being good. Sure it was good before, but this is REALLY art. Don't look at the naked chick now!

    --

    BEHOLD! The Majesty of the -COUGH-SOOAUTUASFG-COUGH- Ceiling.

    --

    So we set forth on this bold new era of commercialism, with newspapers, phonographs, and stereo Televisions!

    --

    By 2003 we were blasting dangerous electronic signals all over the darn every where, and in 1908...from somewhere else. MARS.

    --

    That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

    --
    But to get there, we needed something more than just our thinkers, so we put a bunch of trained Monkeys and a lonely Zebra into isolation, and they came up with a new language. Not spoken in words dum-dum, but in big skeery NUMBERS!

    --

    The next big step came, from all places, this garage in California. Making the powers of COMPUTERS into something everyone could sell junk on. Thanks to this, we could all enjoy digital media, including the hit film "The Matrix".

    --

    After LITERALLY hundreds of years, here we are. Cold and alone living on the Moon, Having ruined our planet with garbage and Internet Ads. Oh well, better luck next time!

    --

    What? There's more? FINE. I guess that some people insist there is a "future" even though the Mayans say we're all zilch in 2012. Look deeply into the Blue Lights and SLLEEEPP!!!

    --

    But first we need to ask a few questions. Don't lie. Liars go to Special Hell.

    --

    What do you enjoy most?

    -Home
    -Work
    -Leisure
    -Yelling

    --

    Where would you like to sleep in the Future?

    -In a boat
    -In a Pod

    --

    What do you think will kill us all?

    -Robots
    -Sunspots

    --

    Who's your favorite child? BE HONEST

    (Write on Touch Screen)

    ____________

    --

    Thanks for not messing up! Now we'll just enter in some new *snicker* technolgy we happend to make up, and then you'll be paired up with a comapanion just like you from our eHarmony Database!

    --

    ELEVATOR MUSIC

    --

    Great! It's all done. Now watch it. (Teachers, feel free to smoke now)

    --

    YOUR "FUTURE"

    --

    I think the Future looks absolutly KOOKY don't you? So here's to the next thousand years you lucky so-and-so's!

    --


    Voice:

    Welcome Back Time Travelers. Richard Simmons would like to thank you for riding Spaceship Earth, and hope you don't have too much stock invested in this company. For a better look at the Future, think about this now in a just a few minutes. Then you'll be there!

    Watch your step, and don't forget to leave all your Belongings.
     
  11. Jasonflz

    Jasonflz Well-Known Member

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    :ROFLOL::ROFLOL::ROFLOL::ROFLOL::ROFLOL::ROFLOL:This is still 100% times better than Judi Dench's script!
     
  12. Mr.EPCOT

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    Travis, if and when I have the authority to so, I am making that happen.
     
  13. hpyhnt 1000

    hpyhnt 1000 Well-Known Member

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    Are you talking about the girl who was in the descent waving to the astronauts? Well, unless they swapped out the AA in the most recent refurb, I don't think Mr./Ms. Caveman is Keiko, because the AA child making the handprint was DEFINITELY there in the '94 version at the same time Keiko was over in Japan. As far as I can tell, the only thing that changed in the caveman scene were the paintings, which are now animated.

    Of course, I could be wrong, but I don't think Keiko was ever the child in the caveman scene. Maybe she is now, but I find that highly unlikely...
     
  14. Mr.EPCOT

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    This has made me realize how much I would love to have seen Douglas Adams write the narration for Spaceship Earth.
     
  15. RSoxNo1

    RSoxNo1 Well-Known Member

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    It's a mistake to think you can solve any major problems just with potatoes.
     
  16. HMF

    HMF Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    I never noticed the Typhoon Lagoon surfboard. as for Keiko in the cave scene' I don't buy it.
     
  17. Jasonflz

    Jasonflz Well-Known Member

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    I can see it now,

    Judi Dench: "And the Phoenecians discovered the secret of the universe, 42."
     
  18. Mr.EPCOT

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    Well, it's not there anymore, but it had the initials "TL" on it.
     
  19. HMF

    HMF Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Wow' I never even noticed. Not surprised' WDI loves in-jokes.
     
  20. Figment571

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    It seems as if she is able to morph through time and space, from the final frontier to the dawn of recorded time she has been there to shine a light on humanity and bring knowledge to all.

    She should get her own pin or something...:p
     
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