realBobChapek Q&A Session

Goofyernmost

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That is the colour of you not the mirror.
Doesn't matter, it's the colo(u)r I see when I look in a mirror. That and whatever color the background is. When you aren't standing in front of it, it has no color at all. Unless shiny is a color on it's own.
 

Mr Ferret 88

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Doesn't matter, it's the colo(u)r I see when I look in a mirror. That and whatever color the background is. When you aren't standing in front of it, it has no color at all. Unless shiny is a color on it's own.
So if you are not in front of the mirror it doesn't reflect anything of any colour ?
 

Goofyernmost

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So if you are not in front of the mirror it doesn't reflect anything of any colour ?
Sure but you are not in front of it so you can't see it, and it changes the minute you do. So has no color unless you want to call the shiny reflecting backing a color, but it it were anything other then clear, it would distort what ever color we are reflecting and throw it off. I'm starting to get a headache... what color would a headache be?

I don't deal with mirrors anymore. It is a new and absolutely effective weight loss move. I imagine that I am lighter by 10 pounds or whatever that is in GB, (Stone, kg or whatever silly things you folks use to measure weight) every time I walk by where my mirror once stood in all it's colorless glory.
 

Mr Ferret 88

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Sure but you are not in front of it so you can't see it, and it changes the minute you do. So has no color unless you want to call the shiny reflecting backing a color, but it it were anything other then clear, it would distort what ever color we are reflecting and throw it off. I'm starting to get a headache... what color would a headache be?

I don't deal with mirrors anymore. It is a new and absolutely effective weight loss move. I imagine that I am lighter by 10 pounds or whatever that is in GB, (Stone, kg or whatever silly things you folks use to measure weight) every time I walk by where my mirror once stood in all it's colorless glory.
Headaches are purple (or prple in your lazy language)
 

Lilofan

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Disney recently borrowed $6 billion dollars. As of Dec 31, 2019, Disney is carrying a $38 billion dollar debt load. What's the $6 billion dollars going to pay off?
 

realBobChapek

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When are you going to extend the closure period?
I have no idea, I didn't want to close in the first place. Apparently it would "look bad" if we stayed open. :rolleyes: Don't forget to donate to the Disney Preservation Fund!
Disney recently borrowed $6 billion dollars. As of Dec 31, 2019, Disney is carrying a $38 billion dollar debt load. What's the $6 billion dollars going to pay off?
The construction costs for my favorite ride, Inside Out Emotional Whirlwind!
 

dryerlintfan

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Disney recently borrowed $6 billion dollars. As of Dec 31, 2019, Disney is carrying a $38 billion dollar debt load. What's the $6 billion dollars going to pay off?
I suddenly realized I was playing Roller Coaster Tycoon all wrong 😂😂 they make you earn the money before you can spend it 😂😂
 

realBobChapek

Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
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@realBobChapek -- When do you expect that the cupcake parties will start up again? And do you plan to raise the price, or just skimp on the number of cupcakes?
I will restart them as soon as the parks open! Of course I will be raising prices, gotta keep the company afloat. I'll probably cut back on the cupcakes while I'm at it! 😁
 
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