Here we go again with a fine collection of "hey, did ya hear that ..."
- A fifth water park is to be built 2 miles off of I-4. Wait a second, a 5th? They would have to build a 4th one first! Any hoot, it's to be called Wally's Water World.
- A new name for Disney-MGM Studios is being tossed around. Movieland and It's A Rap are just two of the names being considered.
- No more anniversary events for anything ... ever!
- No more fast passes for any attraction ... ever!
- More high-priced deluxe resorts.
- Smaller bottles of water for sale.
- For hopper pass visitors - you must visit at least 3 parks a day or you forfeit your pass.
Well, that's all for now folks!
Thursday, May 24, 2007
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While standing in line at Space Mountain the other day, I had an idea - what if I shoot video (from my point of view) of waiting on lines in Disney theme parks? I could package them (by theme) and sell them! You notice and hear some interesting things while waiting on long lines. I could shoot the video during busy times of the year (July 4, Christmas, etc) to capture the best moments. I'm sure Disney wouldn't mind - as others shoot attractions and sell them too. Could be a whole new angle.
Posted by Ynot at 7:27 AM
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
On this day in 1989, the Disney-MGM Studios opened in Florida! And can you believe it ... on all the worthy Disney sites that I surf, I can't find any mention of it. And these same sites complain about Epcot's lack of an anniversary! Well This Day in Disney History does this event justice. Someone does care Disney-MGM.
Posted by Ynot at 12:29 PM
The other day I was stopped by a Disney fan at Animal Kingdom and asked for my autograph! My first reaction was "Who do you think I am?" My second reaction was "What name would you like me to sign?" I scribbled a combination of the names Tim, Lou and Deb. I figured I couldn't go wrong with those names as they are the "Marx Bros / Three Musketeers" of Disney Internet. More powerful than the names Mickey, Donald and Goofy! The autograph seeker seemed satisfied with my signature and ran off when she saw Pluto crossing over into Asia.
Posted by Ynot at 6:43 AM