Blink, blink. Breathe, breathe. Day in, day out.
How can I be lying if I believe that I'm right?And you’d be lying if you believed what you typed here.
(For the record you’re wrong)
Also, your bluntness still does not intimidate me, Martin. It's a logistical thing. A dozen people on a bus saying they're going to do Soarin', Mission: Space, and Test Track against, 1 person, which is probably you, internally thinking that you're going to go enjoy a screening of Impressions de France.
Is there something wrong with that? No. But I've never heard someone hoot and holler for a bundle of excitement over this film, or say it is their favorite attraction at Epcot, or try and catch the first screening of it.
I find it hard to believe that Epcot fanboys have fangirled over this attraction compared to, say, other classics such as American Adventure, Spaceship Earth, Horizons, Living Seas, Maelstrom, heck.. Even Energy has a fan base. But I've never read anywhere about IDF being some grand attraction that deserves everyones attention in comparison to any other classic attraction at Epcot.
No. It has only happened when Disney announces that it is about to change. Facts are facts.
Once again, I could care less if it stays or goes. The attraction is a movie. I care about it just as much as the old Circle of Life film.