News Big changes coming to EPCOT's Future World?

Epcot82Guy

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As usual, Imagineering will surpass expectations. IMO.
Imagineering it's my main concern here...

And I'd note (assuming it's pushed to Phase 2), they are literally working with NOTHING. So, "expectations" are not exactly at a high level already...
 

Epcot82Guy

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Your assumptions are literally based on nothing.
I don't understand your post. My post literally said assuming that's true - i.e. "I am assuming they will not be building the table in phase 1" - leaving no stated plans for the area. And, it would seem quite a waste to spend a lot of money on something in the interim if the table is phase 2. So, my expectations are little to nothing for that area if/when they push the table to phase 2.

If I misunderstood your post, then apologies. But, I'm pretty sure I used "assuming" correctly.
 

jt04

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I don't understand your post. My post literally said assuming that's true - i.e. "I am assuming they will not be building the table in phase 1" - leaving no stated plans for the area. And, it would seem quite a waste to spend a lot of money on something in the interim if the table is phase 2. So, my expectations are little to nothing for that area if/when they push the table to phase 2.

If I misunderstood your post, then apologies. But, I'm pretty sure I used "assuming" correctly.
Those assumptions were based on an anonymous Twitter post from a single unreliable account. I put it on par with the rumor the mine train would be delayed months or more due to engineering errors or Horizons had to be razed due to sink holes.

I think the phrase 'don't feed the trolls' fits. Or be their enabler.

Moving along.👞👞👞👞
 

FigmentFan82

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DoleWhipDrea

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Way to shame people for liking Starbucks coffee which is pretty much on par/perhaps even cheaper than any other boutique coffee shop in the U.S.
Let people like what they like, sheesh
In terms of “crisis,” I took that to be a sly reference to a certain DisTwitter personality that threw a fit when Starbucks decided to close certain Orlando locations early in preparation for Hurricane Dorian (Epcot’s was open at the time.)

I feel a little bad for Joffrey’s, but they unfortunately sit just outside of the park entrance.

I’m sure Disney has been getting a lot of, “So now that this one’s closed, where can I get Starbucks at Epcot?” I’ve heard it at least once as a passerby. That poor CM...
 
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FigmentFan82

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The biggest thing with Starbucks is familiarity. Everyone knows that you can go into any Starbucks and your drink (theoretically) should be the same no matter where you are. Coffee is a very important thing to a lot of people and with Starbucks in the parks you have a lot more happy people that got their latte in the morning just the way they like it, rather than an unknown coffee.

To be fair I think Joffrey's is great coffee too, but at this point the Starbucks is almost a necessity.
 

ImperfectPixie

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The biggest thing with Starbucks is familiarity. Everyone knows that you can go into any Starbucks and your drink (theoretically) should be the same no matter where you are. Coffee is a very important thing to a lot of people and with Starbucks in the parks you have a lot more happy people that got their latte in the morning just the way they like it, rather than an unknown coffee.

To be fair I think Joffrey's is great coffee too, but at this point the Starbucks is almost a necessity.
That's how Dunks people are, too.
 
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