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  1. DwarfPlanet's Avatar
    DW and I loved sitting in the little alcoves and just people watching and taking a break. Its a wonder that they even put in a stone bridge and not cover it with rubber due to someone may trip and fall. You can only idiot proof so far until you become the idiot, Disney lawyers.
  2. spectromen's Avatar
    I'm so disgusted right now.
    The little alcoves? Has anyone ever fallen off?

    JOKE, this world is becoming.
  3. kingu's Avatar
    Cal Osha, Cal Osha, go see Cal Osha... They'll ruin any experience for a fine of $197,000.95
  4. stan4d_steph's Avatar
    This is ridiculous. Personal accountability has gone out the window in the United States due to our sue-happy culture.
  5. houseofmouse's Avatar
    When will the insanity end??? What the heck is going on out there?
  6. Disneyphile's Avatar
    This is beyond stupid. Really. I am waiting for a "required dress code" of bubble wrap, joint padding, and crash helmets next.
  7. RStar's Avatar
    I was wondering about that myself! I knew the name "Club 33" wouldn't change, but I knew the movement might be an issue. What is to become of the old entrance door?
  8. DwarfPlanet's Avatar
    But that would be to simple David
  9. oregontraveler's Avatar
    I like the idea of 600 new rooms to fill. I think Great Wolf will compete more for the HoJo crowds than Disney, based off their waterparks and other games/activities for the kids.
  10. spectromen's Avatar
    I didn't care for this show at all, but the loss of more live entertainment is never welcome news. If they'd combine the savings from this and the Hillbillies and offer a modified Golden Horseshoe revue, say - only 5 days per week during peak seasons, I'd be happy.
  11. Disneylandfanguy's Avatar
    “Gee, maybe if TDA didn’t have to bounce us around seven different parking lots and require some of us to work mandatory 10- to 12-hour shifts, we wouldn’t be feeling this way,”

    If I didn't know better, I'd swear that the CM is making an excuse for why it's okay to be rude to guests.

    They should really stop having the 24-hour parties. It's true, the crowds have really gotten out of control.
  12. Disneylandfanguy's Avatar
    It's a shame. But perhaps it was time. It was around for a LONG time, and it was getting a bit stale for me. At least there might be something new.

    By the way Mr. Koeing, I know I'm late on this (I haven't been logged in for a long time, so I apologize for this) but did you ever read my response to your "Walt card" article last year?
    I hope you did, considering the fact that you referenced me in it. If you haven't read my response, please do;

    Also, near as I can tell, you never did admit that you were premature in assuming that swing dancing would never come back to the park. (Because swing dancing DID indeed return to the park in its original spot, you know)
  13. DwarfPlanet's Avatar
    Will miss the show, but hopefully what will replace it will be just as good. We always stopped by to see this show and for some reason I ended up on "stage" alot of times which just made it alot of fun.
  14. David Koenig's Avatar
    Word on the streets of Frontierland is the replacement show will be something along the lines of this...
  15. Jimbo996's Avatar
    With concessions going up in price, perhaps it is time for Disneyland to have a Dining Plan. It worked very well when I went to Disney World a few months ago. The concession prices didn't bother me since the Dining Plan included the snacks, but they must be $5 or under, which is easily met for most items except for the souvenir buckets, cups, or glassware.
  16. RStar's Avatar
    Walt Disney once told a story of being a young boy, and walking past an amusment park on his way home from school. He would longingly peer through the bars, but his family could never afford for him to walk through those gates. I know a lot of people whose kids can never go to Disneyland now. When I was a kid, we didn't have much money, but we still managed to go once every year or so. Now, as the middle class shrinks, only the upper middle class can manage to make a real vacation out of it. Walt is spinning in his grave, I'm sure....
  17. spectromen's Avatar
    Completely unreal. Once per year, I can sort of understand but twice is just so in-your-face gouging that it's amazing anyone shows up anymore.
  18. olegc's Avatar
    I still can't believe how the park can charge full price when 3 or 4 major attractions are in refurb, particularly when they are targeting multi-day guests and not day visitors. I know - its a rhetorical statement since Disney will keep doing whatever it wants because people keep coming. however, most guests are not in the know enough to plan their vacation and to check refurb schedules. If it is true that admission may become variable based on time of year, then do the right thing and hold the line when its major refurb season. Disney maintenance is starting to become the CalTrans of theme park operations. (always working on something).
  19. DisneyGator's Avatar
    Everyone's trying to make it in Hollywood!
  20. DwarfPlanet's Avatar
    Title should have been "Disney throws out homeless looking for employment"
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