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  1. BromBones

    Disney's FY20 Q3 Earnings (8/4/20)

    And I don't feel sorry one bit.
  2. BromBones

    Politics RUMOR: Lin Manuel Miranda and Weird Al to Redo Hall of Presidents

    What about "the source" sporto? You have something to say and you want to personally attack me....have the guts to do it direct to me.
  3. BromBones

    Politics RUMOR: Lin Manuel Miranda and Weird Al to Redo Hall of Presidents

    The musical is rife with historical inaccuracies. Do you want a list?
  4. BromBones

    Politics RUMOR: Lin Manuel Miranda and Weird Al to Redo Hall of Presidents

    It doesn't? Apparently you haven't watched the show because you wouldn't have made that comment if you did.
  5. BromBones

    Politics RUMOR: Lin Manuel Miranda and Weird Al to Redo Hall of Presidents

    Hall of Presidents isn't supposed to be a Broadway show. It's supposed to be an historical lesson. We don't need more revisionist history from a person with a clear political bias and proclivity.
  6. BromBones

    Politics RUMOR: Lin Manuel Miranda and Weird Al to Redo Hall of Presidents

    No one is hailing the makers of Pocahontas as the second coming.
  7. BromBones

    Politics RUMOR: Lin Manuel Miranda and Weird Al to Redo Hall of Presidents

    Nothing better than having Lin Miranda create the show in Hall of Presidents....and person whose Hamilton show is wholly inaccurate and revisionist history. 🙄
  8. BromBones

    News Primeval Whirl, Stitch's Great Escape and Rivers of Light permanently closed

    Clearly you didn't pay attention to what was living in that area. Once again argument ad absurdum. By "50mW power plant"..... are you referring to the solar panel farm?
  9. BromBones

    News Primeval Whirl, Stitch's Great Escape and Rivers of Light permanently closed

    No, It's VERY far off. It was a point made in the absurd because you actually thought it would work...and it didn't. How do you know eggs were NOT laid there? And now you go for the Straw Man argument trying to make a point that I never made. In a park that prides itself on "environmental...
  10. BromBones

    News Primeval Whirl, Stitch's Great Escape and Rivers of Light permanently closed

    That is the assumption YOU are taking from what I said. I didn't like that they put in Rivers of Light anyway because that was a beautiful, scenic, natural spot. The "environmental champions" at Disney are anything but. Funny you who cling to the environmental preservation always give Disney a...
  11. BromBones

    News Primeval Whirl, Stitch's Great Escape and Rivers of Light permanently closed

    Argument ad absurdum. There is a very big difference between moving a planter or some dirt around a flower and excavating massive amounts of dirt and plant life where animals have already chosen to make their nests, burrows and possibly laid their eggs. But we'll ignore that environmental...
  12. BromBones

    News Primeval Whirl, Stitch's Great Escape and Rivers of Light permanently closed

    Have you ever seen the wildlife that took up residence around that lake or lived in it. Disney built it and those animals settled in....and then they destroyed it all to make that money. It's funny how people pretend to care about the environment...but ignore everything Disney does to destroy...
  13. BromBones

    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    That sounds like a B-S excuse to me. You're right...crazy to think they were the same company just because it is the "official" online Disney shop.
  14. BromBones

    News Primeval Whirl, Stitch's Great Escape and Rivers of Light permanently closed

    Good job Disney. You destroyed the beautiful setting in front of Mount Everest and disturbed all of the wildlife that settled in that area all to try to make a light show and turn Animal Kingdom into a night time park...did you actually do market research to see if this is something that people...
  15. BromBones

    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    On ShopDisney they even say they won't ship until August. But you know you can buy them in the parks after you quickly sweat through Disney's free paper mask
  16. BromBones

    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    You can bring your own food and water too. That doesn't stop Disney from charging $4.00 for a bottle of water and over charging for the food they sell. Most of Disney's products are made in China or another country outside of the United States for pennies and sold for $19.99 for a pack of 4...
  17. BromBones

    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    I already addressed that in a previous post. "Disposable" masks...which are paper and will be sweat through and useless in no time thereby prompting guests to buy another mask from Disney. Disney is all about profit. Again, read my previous post. Of course I knew people here would rush to...
  18. BromBones

    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    It's Disney. It has everything to do with money. They are the most commercial company that makes anything possible into merchandise. Stop giving plastic straws....sell reusable plastic straws. Require magic bands...automatically start selling custom magic bands. Stop giving away free magic...
  19. BromBones

    News Walt Disney World's COVID-19 reopening plans announced - July 11

    Too late now. General face coverings have been authorized by every state government with no additional requirements. Suddenly Disney decides to eliminate coverings that people have been allowed to wear for months. It's all about money with Disney. You know this even though you don't want to...
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