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  1. Woody13

    Potato chips

    They serve the Cape Cod chips at the Pizzafari in the AK. :wave:
  2. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    The plumber’s union contract has to be negotiated just as does the ditch digger’s union contract. :wave: Indeed, I was saving that for later in the discussion. Since you brought it up, it shows that the term "Magic Kingdom" is generic to Disney rather than specific to one theme park. :wave:
  3. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    Not for the groundbreaking of the theme park or the construction of the utilidors, etc. Labor unions are particular about that sort of language. :lookaroun
  4. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    Did someone say, “legalistic?” :lol: None of the legal documents that were drawn up to finance or build Walt Disney World mention anything about the Magic Kingdom. The Florida Legislature had to pass a law to allow the creation of the Reedy Creek Improvement District enabling Walt Disney...
  5. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    Did you read the dedication plaque?:veryconfu
  6. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    Roy O. Disney said, “Everyone has heard of the Ford cars. But have they all heard of Henry Ford, who started it all? Walt Disney World is in memory of the man who started it all, so people will know his name as long as Walt Disney World is here." :wave:
  7. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    Impugn the source, but I still need to find that darn Magic Kingdom dedication plaque. :wave:
  8. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    "Up until the early 1990s, the Magic Kingdom was officially known as the Walt Disney World Magic Kingdom, and was never printed without the Walt Disney World prefix. This was to differentiate between the park and Disneyland in California, which was and is also commonly referred to as the Magic...
  9. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    Have you ever read the dedication plaque? :lol: :wave:Can you show me a "Magic Kingdom" dedication plaque? :confused:
  10. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    It is always my sincere hope that others will do research as well. My research supports the following conclusions: Epcot, Disney/MGM Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom all have dedication plaques. At the top of each plaque is the name of the park. The words, “Walt Disney World” do not...
  11. Woody13

    In the '70s, was it still called the Magic Kingdom?

    The proof is in the dedication plaque. It was known as "Walt Disney World". It was called a Magic Kingdom, not the Magic Kingdom. Therefore, Walt Disney World it is! WALT DISNEY WORLD is a tribute to the philosophy and life of Walter Elias Disney... and to the talents, the...
  12. Woody13

    Potato chips

    They serve Cape Cod chips at some locations as well. Cape Cod is owned by Lance. :wave:
  13. Woody13

    Should I be sad?

    According to the USA Center for Disease Control (The CDC): Question: “What is the risk of rabies from squirrels, mice, rats, and other rodents?" Answer: "Small rodents (such as squirrels, rats, mice, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, and chipmunks) and lagomorphs (such as rabbits and...
  14. Woody13

    Laptop Advice

    I think he got the Acer Ferrari 3000! :wave: http://global.acer.com/products/notebook/fr3000.htm
  15. Woody13

    Beware: Bus driver's ....stories of getting lost on busses in WDW

    In reality, none of those events were a mistake. The bottom has dropped out of DVC sales and the DVC sales staff has now resorted to slipping a few extra dollars to the bus drivers so they will “mistakenly” turn into the SSR and drive around the place. It’s just another desperate DVC sales...
  16. Woody13

    Pop Century room question

    It’s actually very easy to fit a twin or even a king size air mattress in a POP room. Just bring a couple of 6 foot pine planks with you. Then open the ironing board and position it about 5 feet away from the sink. Then take the planks and lay them between the sink counter top and the ironing...
  17. Woody13

    Ernesto

    I thought I was going to die after Dennis! It was so hot and humid in the house I had to go outside. We couldn't get a wink of sleep day or night! There was no breeze at all. I vowed to never let that happen again! After Ivan, the weather was nice. Just as you described Wilma, it was cool...
  18. Woody13

    Ernesto

    I pretend. I crank up the window A/C unit and turn on a 21” floor fan to simulate a power outage due to a major storm. It’s good practice. :wave: I have them running now. :D
  19. Woody13

    Should I be sad?

    Mice are nesting animals. If you saw only one in your house, you have at least five more back in the nest. Mice rarely travel more than 30 feet to seek food (10 feet from the nest is normal), therefore the nest is most likely in a wall in your house. I bet you have more than one nest too...
  20. Woody13

    Ernesto

    What a difference a day makes! :wave:
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