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  1. #31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trader Sam
    Are the names printed or etched? Someone will have to post a photo of an actual badge; a graphic sometimes doesn't do the real thing justice.
    They are printed. I will post a pic as soon as I get mine
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    Yes, us SoCalers should split the cost of shipping or have a local meetup...
    Well, light travels from the sun. Then, bounces off of our planet, and back into our eyes so we can perceive color. My body can intercept that light and dance around on it!


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    i think that we should work this the best that we all can
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    To tell you that the dreams you plan
    Really can come true


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    I have said before that I don't mind having a shipment of badges sent to my house. I could distribute them at the June and July meets.
    Anything listed on the park maps as an attraction is fair game for inclusion in the Rally.
    I cannot confirm nor deny the inclusion of any attraction in the Rally.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mamabot
    I have said before that I don't mind having a shipment of badges sent to my house. I could distribute them at the June and July meets.
    I think I would buy one that way mamabot

    I'm sure the company does great with the badges but thats a whole lotta profit they are making on shipping

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    Can this be kept as a sticky until July? I won't have the money for a little while.

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    Nice job Circarama! I'll be putting in my order for two tomorrow (one for me, and one for my sister). We're both MiceChat fans, and look forward to the July meet!
    Always remember the Disney Magic!

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    I'll alert all Disneyland CMs to deny entry to anyone wearing a Mice Chat badge...

    If they did it with Jim, and he was wearing a badge, they might do it to you too!

    If I were you, I wouldn't put them on until you get inside the park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill
    I'll alert all Disneyland CMs to deny entry to anyone wearing a Mice Chat badge...

    If they did it with Jim, and he was wearing a badge, they might do it to you too!

    If I were you, I wouldn't put them on until you get inside the park.
    I think Jim Hill was hassled by Disneyland because he was giving tours of the Park, and confusing guests who had paid Disney for a tour.
    Micechatters on the other hand are mostly Disneyland lovers who are NOT causing trouble for Disneyland management.
    It shouldn't be a problem wearing a Micechat badge going into Disneyland.
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    so how did he give this tour did he like dress like a guide or was it a free thing??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy_Bird
    so how did he give this tour did he like dress like a guide or was it a free thing??
    Here is a quote from the Jim Hill article about what happened on his "tour" of Disneyland.
    Disneyland Security did shut down yesterday afternoon's JHM tour of that theme park. All because three women (Who took Saturday afternoon's JHM Disneyland tour by accident. They were somehow under the impression that the fat-bearded-man-in-the-loud-Hawaiian-shirt-who-wasn't-wearing-a- Disney-nametag was the official tour guide for their "Walk in Walt's Footsteps" tour) complained at City Hall about some of the stories that they'd heard.
    The article never mentions that the "tour" was free.

    I'd give you the link to the article, but I don't want to give Jim Hill a free plug on Micechat(without authorization from a moderator).
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    A little steep for a family of 5 !

    And you know they all want one, but $100, not this time, if it was only me YES!, i may still order me one, but for now i am printing up my own for the family and a couple of my friends that asked for them .
    I printed the badge on card stock and slipped it into my AP holder, although for the pictures i took out the AP card to show just the badge.

    With plastic holder and printed badge its only about $1.75 !!!

    Any of you interested in the Economy route , i will ship daily first class mail, to you as you see,the plastic holder and card stock badge printed with what you want,(chat name and/or real name.) $2.00 shipped each.
    Since my program shoots out 2 badges at a time you will get 2 card stock badges in the plastic holder (Of the SAME print). This way if you wear it like I am on my lanyard , and it flips around its still visible!

    see pictures here: http://www.geocities.com/xm_installe...chatbadge.html


    I am showing it with my gold badge so you can see the relative size and that its about the same size as the gold badge.

    Times can be tough for some and the economy route is a good thing for some that cant afford otherwise , and I think everyone ,nomatter what their financial status is, should be able to enjoy the fun.

    I'm spending the money I saved on more pins ! ! !

    If interested email me and i will send you my PayPal account ID and you can pay instantly and i will get out to you A.S.A.P.

    I will be there with my family on the 17th !
    see ya all there.
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    But as my kids do grow up, I am Glad they have enjoyed the Disney Magic.


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    The badges are 11, and sipping is 9 (rounded). That means for a family of 5 it would cost around $64. And does an entire family want MiceChat badges?

    Just a thought. But good idea, RadioDisneyTech













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    Quote Originally Posted by Circarama
    I think Jim Hill was hassled by Disneyland because he was giving tours of the Park, and confusing guests who had paid Disney for a tour.
    Micechatters on the other hand are mostly Disneyland lovers who are NOT causing trouble for Disneyland management.
    It shouldn't be a problem wearing a Micechat badge going into Disneyland.
    And besides, it'd be one thing if we were making unofficial 50th badges, but these are MiceChat badges. Disneyland isn't selling MiceChat badges, and besides, most of us will probably buy the 50 badges as well.

    Don't forget to show us a pic when you get it.

    (BTW, my sig now shows the badge as well. If you don't see it, reload the page and the Star Wars banner that is there now will change. The badge is one a rotation with three Star Wars take offs.)













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    Thank You Club 33 !

    I was thinking flat out of about $20.00 each if ordered seperatly but of course for the family that would be , like you put only shipping cost for one.
    11x 5=55+9= $64.00

    And yes every one reads and visits the micechat here and with teenagers
    all girls, it dont come cheap sometimes. And their friends that they met chating on here and other Disney sites wish to meet, face to face, and are using this idea to do it.

    "I may never grow up! Its so over rated."
    But as my kids do grow up, I am Glad they have enjoyed the Disney Magic.


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