What's Still On and What's Now Off

UNCgolf

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Honestly...that tells me you’ve not had good hot dogs.

It’s not you’re fault...usually geography is the culprit. If you don’t spend a lot of time in the northeast or across the Great Lakes region...or bavaria...the cased meats just aren’t up to snuff.
Wait, are you lumping in bratwurst etc. as hot dogs?

To me, they are different things. When I say hot dog, I'm specifically only talking about the American processed product, not German sausages/wieners.
 

Sirwalterraleigh

Premium Member
I’d keep an eye on Reflections.
...like...with one of those cool camera drones? 😁
Seems like an easy project to delay/cancel as it doesn't look like any vertical construction has even started.
Well...from that picture posted above - which is 20 days old - it appears they have just done the site clearing of river country and possibly some main utility ground work...which can be abandoned at anytime.
 

UNCgolf

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I wasn’t...I was talking about different variations on good frankfurters.

Casey’s remind me of “Pittsburgh dogs”...they may even have chicken or turkey in them? Ewww...just no
I probably should have also specified they are as good or better than any hot dogs you'll find at any similar location (theme parks, street vendors, sporting events, etc.).

You can get some really great thick all beef hot dogs in some places that are definitely better than Casey's, but Casey's is a lot better than I expected from a theme park.
 

Sirwalterraleigh

Premium Member
I probably should have also specified they are as good or better than any hot dogs you'll find at any similar location (theme parks, street vendors, sporting events, etc.).

You can get some really great thick all beef hot dogs in some places that are definitely better than Casey's, but Casey's is a lot better than I expected from a theme park.
I might give you that...fast food in parks is notoriously low quality with few exceptions. To me - Casey’s is not an exception 😎
 

JoeCamel

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I wasn’t...I was talking about different variations on good frankfurters.

Casey’s remind me of “Pittsburgh dogs”...they may even have chicken or turkey in them? Ewww...just no

At the time of ordering, the regular hot dog was from Buckhead Pride, and was an all-natural, uncured beef hot dog. No nitrates other than those occurring naturally in sea salt are added to this product. The ingredients in Casey’s Corner gluten-free hot dogs are:

  • Beef
  • Water
  • Sea salt
  • Less than 2% of natural flavorings, vinegar, sugar, yeast extract, paprika, sunflower oil
The footlong hot dogs contained nitrates and an extensive list of ingredients.
 

Piebald

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I love Disney (I'm on this board for a reason) and I want to see it open yesterday, but I just cant figure out peoples reasoning for it opening anytime soon the same way I cant see sports resuming soon (even the empty stadium thing seems like a pipe dream to me)
 

UNCgolf

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I love Disney (I'm on this board for a reason) and I want to see it open yesterday, but I just cant figure out peoples reasoning for it opening anytime soon the same way I cant see sports resuming soon (even the empty stadium thing seems like a pipe dream to me)
I think golf and tennis could restart with no fans, because it's easy to keep the players apart from each other.

All the team sports, though, will be really tough. Even if there aren't fans to spread the virus, the players can still spread it to each other, which would immediately shut the league down again and cause serious PR issues.
 

havoc315

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More bad news on the horizon, crew. I'll wait until I have corroborating sources, but Disney may be forced to keep parks closed for a very long time.
That's consistent with Governor Newsom -- Who said mass gatherings this summer are unlikely.
And Florida Surgeon General -- Who said social distancing until there is a vaccine.

It seems extremely unlikely theme parks will be open at all, until at least the fall.
 

Touchdown

Well-Known Member
Listen to the politicians, but realize they may be using one of the oldest tricks in the book, under promising/over delivering. We need widespread testing, right now we don’t have it, once we have it things will change. When will we have it? That’s the uncertainty that is causing them to make these statements.
 
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