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    Who should be excluded to help with the overcrowding problem.

    That part I partially understand and how they make short term profit, but line attractions, with trains or omni's are filling up as fast as they can be filled up, the number of CM's is pretty irrelevant. That's the first thing and the second is they are in a public service business and not...
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    Who should be excluded to help with the overcrowding problem.

    You know, I keep hearing that, but I've yet to understand what Disney gains by decreased capacity. Seem like all they would get out of it would be angry, frustrated Guests. I'm really am asking because I cannot understand it. Could you or someone explain it to me? I must be missing something...
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    The Chit Chat Chit Chat Thread

    That's something that people learn in the Marine Corp. at boot camp. Just sayin'.
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    Where in the World Isn't Bob Saget?

    I'm not a doctor and I don't play one on TV, but isn't the center of any bone where the bone marrow is located? I always imagined it as a jell type substance so that device would probably be able to easily just slid in and then have the real bone form around. Just a guess because you must be...
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    The Chit Chat Chit Chat Thread

    There is a minor flaw in the system. Many times it doesn't register a post/quote connected with something I posted.
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    Where in the World Isn't Bob Saget?

    Well, there is always hope, I guess! 😇
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    RIP Electric Umbrella

    Even with the upper floor, try finding a seat in the place. A number of times I had to stand with my tray on top of a trash can to be able to eat there. The food was passable, but a long way from "good eats". Those little hockey puck burgers will not be missed by me. There really wasn't much...
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    Who should be excluded to help with the overcrowding problem.

    Kids!!! Has anyone noticed how many little ankle biters are running around the park taking up space with their balloons, strollers and joyful demeanor? If they were not allowed there would be more room then needed along with a more serious attitude that an adult only venue would produce. Or...
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    Where in the World Isn't Bob Saget?

    Then it will just be the Blue Jays stinking up the place! ;) Just guessing, but it seems like I remember a lot of whining last season. Almost the same cry of desperation that I heard from my Son in law and Grandson about the Baltimore Orioles every season. :p
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    Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway confirmed

    You should see what the Simpson ride was like when it was Back to the Future. That was the most active simulator in all of central Florida. With the exception of the Kennedy Space Center I would imagine. It was also the easiest to keep up with. It wasn't near as choppy as the Simpson ride film...
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    Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway confirmed

    That makes me chuckle. When I first started going there every single attraction was not previously seen. The internet was not the magic that it is today in 1983. So I have experienced it both ways and find that each had it's own positive thing. Not seeing it before gave us a instant surprise...
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    Happy Birthday @trr1

    What he said!!! 🎂🎂
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    The Chit Chat Chit Chat Thread

    I see very few newly released movies, but I did go to see inside out when it first came out. I thought it was a really nice movie and the colors were magnificent, especially on the big screen. When I first saw it my first thought was that it would make a good ride, especially where all the...
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    The Chit Chat Chit Chat Thread

    If for no other reason, Valentine's day is something for couples to look forward too, especially by mid-February.
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    Where in the World Isn't Bob Saget?

    I know I am sounding like a negative Nellie this morning, but two things struck me when I read that. Actually I couldn't get past the part that said he had arranged to send flowers on Valentines Day for the rest of her life. My questions immediately was how was he going to pay for that and even...
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