I thought about this as well.
If this went though as is could they just stop this because they felt like it? I’m not arguing about Splash or any ride in particular DISNEY should have that power to do what they want with their projects not the state.
I’m not legal expert but if we are understanding this correctly surely that HAS to be illegal right?
No way Disney doesn't sue, on this one specific cause. It could have disastrous effects on the parks.
Can you explain this in more general terms? Is this basically saying the board of supervisors (I assume the state board) can change projects based on their discretion. Isn’t that illegal to have the property owner change something because a state run board said so?
EDIT: Can they be forced to...
I understand why from an architectural standpoint, they had to make it a salt mine/dome as you mentioned. The geography is well…flat and that is the only thing with any kind of elevation.
I’m more concerned about how this ties into a log flume log system then how it makes sense within the...
I’m just happy to see some more TRON representation, as someone who thinks TRON Legacy is very under appreciated. Definitely a fan of the franchise and seeing this is cool. Excited to try this out soon, if I can muster up enough courage to get on a lightcycle.
How long could this be reasonably blocked, if it did go to the courts? Would it still “go into effect” or effectively be blocked for months?
EDIT: Of course, this is only if Disney takes action. After this “plan” is released. I hadn’t even noticed the timing with the earnings call.
$200 - $230 range I feel would be my prediction. Running $300 to do just a half marathon seems excessive to me, even by Disney standards. Of course that isn’t going to stop most people (including myself) to try and run the race.
I fear for how much the asking price will be for the Double Dare...