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    Re: Disneyland Project Tracker

    I'm trying to figure out the theme to these pictures on the wall outside of Lincoln. From left to right you've got Looks like a chick, Looks like a chick, Elvis... nope, that doesn't work. From right to left you've got The King, then The King of Pop, then The Beast... huh, someone help me out here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarriorPoets View Post
    Uh, record sales for both MJ and Elvis say otherwise, to say nothing of their fanbases.
    And that considers them overrated in my book; they aren't THAT great despite how popular they are, in my honest opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Let's Enunciate View Post
    I'm trying to figure out the theme to these pictures on the wall outside of Lincoln. From left to right you've got Looks like a chick, Looks like a chick, Elvis... nope, that doesn't work. From right to left you've got The King, then The King of Pop, then The Beast... huh, someone help me out here.
    Your second theory is correct .

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    Re: Disneyland Project Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by mycroft16 View Post
    Same here, but it wasn't a little bit.

    As for the Jonas Brothers, how about none of them up there.
    Not gonna lie, a picture of Madonna would actually make sense....even Britney or Christina. But not Miley! Even Hillary Duff and she has done nothing in years!
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    Re: Disneyland Project Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkTwain View Post
    I'm just gonna guess... that this is some sort of compromise between the theme-focused Imagineers, and the Disney execs insisting on a franchise tie-in, however subtle.

    Nauseating.
    I assume you were intending to be sarcastic with that "however subtle"?

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    Re: Disneyland Project Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Nautilus View Post
    And that considers them overrated in my book; they aren't THAT great despite how popular they are, in my honest opinion.
    You probably don't consider the beatles, e. costello, the stones, the who, clapton, johnny cash, etc all that interesting either. Perspective later will help you understand even if you don't like their music how significant they were to shaping the industry and sound of music overall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flynnibus View Post
    You probably don't consider the beatles, e. costello, the stones, the who, clapton, johnny cash, etc all that interesting either. Perspective later will help you understand even if you don't like their music how significant they were to shaping the industry and sound of music overall.
    No, I do find some those interesting, especially The Beatles. I do realize that Elvis and Jackson were significant to music history, I just don't agree with the over-hype of them (especially Jackson recently; all of a sudden he's the "true kind of pop" and "greatest singer ever", etc. etc. when really he's just "eh" to me).

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    Re: Disneyland Project Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by Nautilus View Post
    No, I do find some those interesting, especially The Beatles. I do realize that Elvis and Jackson were significant to music history, I just don't agree with the over-hype of them (especially Jackson recently; all of a sudden he's the "true kind of pop" and "greatest singer ever", etc. etc. when really he's just "eh" to me).

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    Re: Disneyland Project Tracker

    Quote Originally Posted by WDITrent View Post
    You bring up a good point, MainStreetJake... I'd actually rather have Miley up there than the Jonas Brothers.
    I'd rather have DCA than a parking lot (I don't drive to the Resort so I can say that)... Compromise isn't always good.

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    Maybe we're interpreting this the wrong way. Maybe the Imagineer's are saying that she helped shape music by singing the worst songs ever and making pop music's popularity drop to an all-time low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCT3 View Post
    Maybe we're interpreting this the wrong way. Maybe the Imagineer's are saying that she helped shape music by singing the worst songs ever and making pop music's popularity drop to an all-time low.
    As much as I'd love for that to happen, the popularity of Miley Cyrus is completely opposite of that. She is a cash cow, and is used as such.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RCT3 View Post
    Maybe we're interpreting this the wrong way. Maybe the Imagineer's are saying that she helped shape music by singing the worst songs ever and making pop music's popularity drop to an all-time low.
    Nope, the Imagineers are saying that marketing made them put up a picture of one of Disney's most lucrative products: Miley/Hannah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevo505 View Post
    Nope, the Imagineers are saying that marketing made them put up a picture of one of Disney's most lucrative products: Miley/Hannah.
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