Communicore Weekly – Disneyland Paris, Moose, and The Little Mermaid!

Written by Jeff Heimbuch. Posted in Communicore Weekly, Disney, Disney History, Disney Parks, Disneyland Paris, Features, Fun, Other Destinations, Podcasts, Videos, Walt Disney World

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Published on February 18, 2014 at 1:30 am with 3 Comments

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Welcome to this week’s Communicore Weekly, where we talk about Disneyland Paris, Moose, and The Little Mermaid!

  • DISNEY HISTORY! – Jeff and George take a trip to the past as they check out Disneyland Paris for this week’s Disney History!
  • BOOK OF THE WEEK! – George and Jeff learn all about Robert Sherman in Moose: Chapters From My Life for the Book of the Week!
  • FIVE LEGGED GOAT! - And finally, find a cool map in this weeks Five Legged Goat!

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About Jeff Heimbuch

Jeff has been in love with all things Disney since a very early age. He writes From The Mouth Of The Mouse and The 626 every week for MiceChat. He also collaborates on The Disney Review every weekend. Aside from that, he is one half of the devastatingly good looking duo of the weekly vid/podcast Communicore Weekly (the other half being fellow MiceChat columnist George Taylor), which you can find at Jeff is also writing a book with former Imagineer and Disney Legend, Rolly Crump. You can find out more about the book at

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  1. Marne la Valle (Marne River Valley) is a region not a city.

    Suggestion: More than one 5 legged goat = A Gargle of Goats (it sounds funny)

    Communicore Weekly – 5 Stars!

  2. According to a group of goats can be called a tribe, herd, or drove.

    A group of 5-legged goats is obviously a caprapentapod tribe.

  3. How about, a five legged riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside a goat.
    Or a five legged inception
    How about a nesting goat – or a Matryoshka Goat (or whatever is Russian for goat)
    A dimensionally transcendental goat
    A pan-dimensional five legged goat
    A infinitely recursive penta-meliac capra aegagrus (And, no, I would have no idea how to pronounce that. But, yes, I am digging through Wikipedia to stitch together terms for multi limbed conditions, Greek words for 5 and scientific names for goats)
    Oh, speaking of Stitch, why not designate it 628

    That’s more than enough. I think my boss is going to catch me goofing off at work any minute now.

    And I don’t think I’m stretching here, but Elton John was probably at the Space Mountain dedication because he British, and a Rocket Man.

    Will G