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  1. CastAStone

    News New Park Entrance coming to Epcot

    That’s why it’s covered up! :)
  2. CastAStone

    News New Park Entrance coming to Epcot

    I mean the real answer is definitely Trams, right?
  3. CastAStone

    News Tron coaster coming to the Magic Kingdom

    I believe the mere existence of ADA/person of size seats at all is a modification.
  4. CastAStone

    News Tron coaster coming to the Magic Kingdom

    PS I know they’ll never do this but they should.
  5. CastAStone

    News Tron coaster coming to the Magic Kingdom

    I agree but the second solution is to have skinny seats and jumbo seats and never shall the two cross. It would not take much to laser measure guests and sort them accordingly. I’d prefer to be sent to the fat seats than to be sent to the Mickey bar cart.
  6. CastAStone

    News Tron coaster coming to the Magic Kingdom

    That’s a good point. At FoP, until Covid, they gave people too fat to ride several paper anytime Multiple Experience FastPasses. Not sure those exist anymore. A test seat doesn’t help if you have to buy before you even get back there. I think the make good will have to be a...
  7. CastAStone

    News Tron coaster coming to the Magic Kingdom

    As a fat man, walking in shame from a test seat in view of hundreds is not really any less embarrassing than walking in shame from the ride where only the people next to you can see you.
  8. CastAStone

    News Tomorrowland love

    They were off for at least part of the day on Splash Mountain day. The ride was still open you just had to hoof it.
  9. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    In Minnie Mouse’s first ever appearance in a Disney cartoon Mickey tries to “because of the implications” her into hooking up with him on a private airplane before force-kissing her against her will. So spare me the purity complaints.
  10. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    For some reason everyone expected this to be different and I can’t figure why. Has anyone every looked up on Peter Pan’s Flight? Or WDW IASW? Or Buzz?
  11. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    I mean my gosh and this was with it at $15. Any time you see the darkest green assume that at least some portion of that time window’s $ILLs went unsold.
  12. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    Anecdotally it didn’t appear to be selling well at $20 after opening day. It was frequently available for very short return windows especially later in the day. I suspect it may move to G+ sooner than later to try to help sell that product. Perhaps initially as a test.
  13. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    My favorite trackless ride is the tram to Mickey & Friends.
  14. CastAStone

    News Tomorrowland love

    He’s being reprogrammed to play Bobby Womack’s “Across 100th Street” Rick James’s “Ghetto Life” and of course Warren G’s “Regulate”. Gotta fit in. Because it’s certainly not comically overstating it to say that
  15. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    The specific number wasn’t the point and I know you’re smart enough to know that. if it was popular and not just beloved it would still be there.
  16. CastAStone

    Capacity and capacity

    That’s funny my son couldn’t get his to turn green last week on Pirates and they just waved us through.
  17. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    There’s a couple clever things built into the ride to help it avoid stoppages. Of course there’s just some room for trains to stack up at the end if need be, like at IASW. But the autonomous nature of the vehicles gives them some extra flex and they use it. The trick that I have personally...
  18. CastAStone

    All Star vs Art Of The Animation

    All Star Music suites have a real refrigerator with a separate freezer. AoA has a beverage cooler. I know that doesn’t matter to everyone but to me that’s a HUGE deal.
  19. CastAStone

    Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway - Disneyland

    Since TGMR opened as the focal centerpiece of the park, it had been replaced as the must do attraction by, variously, Star Tours, Tower of Terror, Rock’n’Roller coaster and Toy Story Mania, and it would fallen even further down the list once Slinky Dog, MFSR, and Rise opened. Every ride at DHS...
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