You're kidding, right?Originally Posted by askmike1
The only text the shirt has is "50" and "Walt Disney World" Now, please forgive me if I'm wrong... but who WOULDN'T think that shirt means WDW is 50? What else would that 50 represent? 50 dollars? 50 characters? 50 what? The only thing it could logically represent is 50 years old. Look at the 50th Anniversary Logo:
Nowhere does it say it's Disneyland's birthday. So are we wrong to assume that that logo represents Disneyland's 50th Anniversary? Are we wrong to think that it's Disneyland's birthday. No.
That shirt clearly instills the message that it's Walt Disney World's 50th Anniversary.
I think we all realize and fully understand the "resort destination" thing with WDW. And I really doubt Disneyland will get to share in WDW's 50th Anniversary. How would they market it? They cant say "50 Years of Disney Theme Parks" like theyve been half-heartedly saying this whole time. There would be no reason to share the load with DLR since WDW is the place with all the hotels. You said it yourself - WDW is THE resort-destination.Originally Posted by askmike1