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  1. #91

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    Re: Should Disneyland Resort have an Adult only area?

    Turn PLonTSI into Parent Island, like on Itch and Scratchy Land

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    Re: Should Disneyland Resort have an Adult only area?

    Quote Originally Posted by lilbigguy View Post
    Sharing concepts and technology isn't really a bad thing, is it? If it were, I guess Tokyo Disneyland, Disneyland Paris and Disneyland Hong Kong should have been nixed. I'm sure a lot of the technology and care shown in Tokyo would be welcomed in Anaheim by several chatters; and in the vein of Pleasure Island, why not take the basic concept and create a completely different set of venues
    Taking a basic concept and making an ORIGIONAL ATTRACTION is completely different then taking an attraction and making a 2ND RATE CARBON COPY. I am fine with the the spread of creative ideas and innovative concepts technological and otherwise, provided each park is unique with it's own attractions. However as a CM I was deeply offended as stated before when DISNEYLAND's 50 B-Day presents were 2 FLORIDA ripoff's. They were so creative they cheated and copied the answers from the kids next to them!

    Quote Originally Posted by lilbigguy View Post
    And don't forget, a large number of off-season guests to the resort area are in from out of town for conferences at the convention center, many adult business folk out of town without family in tow.
    That is why they built a lot of the restaurants in DTD... as I said make the bar areas 'Adults Only". Also I mentioned the Garden Walk (should be built in another decade at this rate) which is within walking distance but far enough away from the kiddies to be a nice club spot.
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    Re: Should Disneyland Resort have an Adult only area?

    yes, a theater where GWAR plays nightly!

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    Re: Should Disneyland Resort have an Adult only area?

    I just don't think so. I really rhink it is enough to have the winery area in DCA.
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    Re: Should Disneyland Resort have an Adult only area?

    Quote Originally Posted by techskip View Post
    Taking a basic concept and making an ORIGIONAL ATTRACTION is completely different then taking an attraction and making a 2ND RATE CARBON COPY.
    Yeah, I can see your point there, I was weirded out by WDW not having the grand facade and clock tower at their Small World, but I like the nuances of the individual Haunted Mansions for the compare/contrast element. Winnie the Pooh, here in Anaheim is superb example of second rate copy to all that have experienced Florida's version.

    It will be interesting to see what springs up when the addition to DTD is complete.

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