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Recent content by yensidtlaw1969

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    Innoventions Music Removal Watch

    Forgive me if I'm behind, but . . . 2023?? Those walls are gonna be up in Future World for another whole year?? Woof.
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    Destination D23 2021

    Sure - and honestly I think that's a reasonable opinion from the guest-facing perspective. If an attraction is sufficiently entertaining, the money is generally the furthest thing from your mind as you ride it. That said, if you found out Dumbo somehow cost more than Rise of the Resistance, I...
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    Nemo the Musical filleted

    In 2010 The Lion King on Broadway removed Zazu's song "The Morning Report", The Hyena's song "Chow Down", the extended dance sequence in "Can You Feel The Love Tonight", a portion of "The Madness of King Scar", as well as dialogue from the middle of "Hakuna Matata". I believe there were some...
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    Connections Cafe and Eatery

    "Conceptions" is our magnificent new overlook location that really honors Walt Disney's vision for EPCOT" . . .
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    Connections Cafe and Eatery

    "Today, Walt Disney World is pleased to announce "Condolences", the exciting new Guest Relations experience coming soon to EPCOT"
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    Connections Cafe and Eatery

    "Connections" . . . "Creations" . . . Sort of a wonder Club Cool didn't turn into "Carbonations". Or "Chemicals".
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    It is not quantifiable how long natural immunity lasts, nor how well it protects. It's not the same as getting vaccinated, which has been thoroughly tested and has quantifiable metrics.
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    Lightning Lane Individual Attraction selling out???

    It's worth noting, in case this is a reference to the old Ticket Books, that the entrance fee for the park used to be way, way lower relative to today. MK General Admission in 1971 was $3.50 for an adult - which would only be $23.71 today. Wouldn't mind the ILL prices quite so much if THAT was...
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    News Remy's Ratatouille Adventure opening reports and using Virtual Queue at EPCOT

    Can someone explain to me, like . . . why they do this to themselves? I feel like these days more than ever Disney has a bad habit of underbuilding their queues - I know that demand Ratatouille will wane over time from what it is right now while it's brand new, but it's literally the only ride...
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    Jungle Cruise Re-Imagining

    Most things once removed do not go into the archives. I'm sure the original frogs were long, loooong gone. Generally the archives only takes ownership of items considered to be especially noteworthy in the history of the company. Regardless of what WE think about them, the animated frogs would...
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    Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

    This is called Moving the Goalposts, and it doesn't work if you do it in plain sight.
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    News Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind attraction confirmed for Epcot

    So you tell me, at which point in this sequence do these stop being photos and become "a deception"?: 1: 2: 3: 4: I took all of these photos with my phone within a 3 minute period while walking by International Gateway. The compression is the same with all of them. The only difference...
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    News Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind attraction confirmed for Epcot

    People really talk as if this isn't the same company that built Space Mountain . . .
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    News Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind attraction confirmed for Epcot

    The way you get hung up on this is hilarious to me. It's obvious from those photos how the buildings are situated, and anyone with sense can see the first pic is a shot from all the way across the park - but it's not like people are actively and deviously compressing the elements of the park to...
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