There's a sizable gap between the steel supports for the roof and the concrete blocks of the exterior wall which is rising. People are assuming this gap is used for sound proofing, which is (in my opinion) silly.
It becomes "Would you like a whole load of bad things at once on the miniscule rare chance that a modern facility goes totally kablooey or would you like a little bit of bad things seeping out constantly regardless of efficiency, construction, or operation."
Some interns also have their first meeting in there - I was told it was facilities engineering interns.
Edit: oops - thought this was the WoL thread. I have not heard of interns in rafiki, but I haven't talked to my intern friends much this semester.
They're hitting a point soon where anything that is operating in Hollywood at that point MUST stay operating for at least a year or so. Once SWL/MMRR opens, they're going to need capacity, and shutting attractions down during the initial rush of guests isn't going to be beneficial to anyone...
Whitewashing history wouldn't've been done by Disney, I don't think, if it weren't for the fact that the pirates became the good guys.
The PotC movie made every young swashbuckler wish to be Captain jack sparrow, and now they had a problem on their hands: these kids go on this ride to hear...