Monday, August 27, 2007
Saturday, August 25, 2007
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Mr Clyde's denial of the sphere's crucial role in Epcot's history is immature, weak, and deliberately cruel! I know for a fact that no one shares his view! Everyone is on my side.
Wow that is something ... especially since I don't know Davis Clyde or his view. But if Barry Michael's feels better about what he wrote ... then this blog served a purpose (which doesn't happen too often). Can't we just go to the parks and all enjoy ourselves?
Monday, August 20, 2007
Bears eat man at beer festival
A 23-year old Serb was found dead and half-eaten in the bear cage of Belgrade Zoo at the weekend during the annual beer festival.
The man was found naked, with his clothes lying intact inside the cage. Two adult bears, Masha and Misha, had dragged the body to their feeding corner and reacted angrily when keepers tried to recover it.
"There's a good chance he was drunk or drugged. Only an idiot would jump into the bear cage," zoo director Vuk Bojovic told Reuters.Local media reported that police found several mobile phones inside the cage, as well as bricks, stones and beer cans!
Friday, August 17, 2007
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Friday, August 10, 2007
Are they gonna go back and change all the MGM movies to read Hollywood? - Tom Atoe
I feel the structural integrity of the park has been compromised way beyond the natural slope of the original plan to surround the guests with a aura of longevity and latitude precision.
- Sal Lamby
Which park is that one? - Lindsay Richy
I don't go to that park because the animals scare me. - Gil Burt
Why would they move Disney-MGM all the way to Hollywood? Who's going to go there? - Anita Mantohug
Well I couldn't have said it any differently ... well maybe I could have, but I wouldn't have made any sense.
Thursday, August 9, 2007
It was also announced that people over at Mission:SPACE saw the shuttle launch last Wednesday. Guess if you were standing over at Space Mountain it wasn't visible.
Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Last month I acquired a wonderful piece of Disney animation history at a garage sale in Ascutney, Vermont. A paintbrush once used by one of Walt's Nine Old Men to paint Dumbo! The bristles are missing and there are teeth marks on the handle of the brush, but nevertheless it's a beauty! The person who sold it to me was the grandson of a guy who delivered milk to the cousin of a woman who lived across the street from the Disney Studios - so its authenticity is irrefutable. However, it provokes some fascinating questions like - What color paint was the brush dipped in? Where was the brush manufactured and then sold? I don't have the answers to these questions just a moldy old stick that was once a paintbrush.
Hey Rich - what were you thinking?
Tuesday, August 7, 2007
OK, I'm kidding - there are like a billion Disney podcasts out there and I certainly couldn't do anything as well as them. But the Hall of Presidents idea ...