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  1. #151

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    Al's not the only one with Minions, you know. :devil:

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    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    Greetings, My Name Is Al I. Gator, I'm from The home of American Graffitti where cruising began!! We(My wife included) have enjoyed both Al Lutz and Kevins' articles for about a year and a half. My Wife and I are AP holders for the first time in our lives. We Love Disney and look forward to the future of Disneyland and the JUST-GETTING-STARTED-DISNEYCALIFORNIA.
    Hey! I know where George Lucas was born. I attended the better high school. In fact, I had to drive by the cruising statue this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorboat Cruiser
    Hi, I'm Motorboat Cruiser, or MBC, which is much easier to type.

    I've always loved and cherished everything about Disneyland (well, except Innoventions and HISTA) and am an annual passholder. I officially earned my DL Geek badge at the castle drawbridge on the 49th birthday (I'm not the only one, you all know who you are).

    These boards look like a lot of fun. Good job as always, Hastin and good luck to you, Al! A fine endeavor.

    Dusty and mamabot, always a pleasure to see you both.
    Great Motor Boat shot!! That was my first ride when I went to Disneyland in the 70's.

  4. #154

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    Well, yeah, Al has the occasional Universal update, but I really want a place like Yesterland for Universal Studios. Of course, I'm of the mind that you can never have too much documentation, so the one or two pictures Yesterland has for the rides seems inadequate. I want a place that has way too many photos, video files, and soundtracks for old Universal stuff like Fieval's Play Land and Playhouse, Conan, A-Team, Miami Vice, ET, Marvel Mania, the cafe stop on the tram tour, the video with KITT and David Hasselhoff you had to exit the tram tour to see, Star Trek, Flintstones, and all the other stuff that's gone the way of the dodo. Universal seems to have the most turnover of any of the SoCal theme parks. I'd just like a place that keeps track of these, y'know?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    Great Motor Boat shot!! That was my first ride when I went to Disneyland in the 70's.
    Thanks. I wish it were my own. Good photos of that ride are few and far between. Most frustrating is that there is a photo album floating around my family somewhere that has some wonderful shots my dad took of me on the ride when I was about 4. Sadly, nobody seems to be able to locate it.

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    Hi all! I'm Kirsten! I usually post over at WDWMagic, and at DisneySites and VisionsFantastic to some extent.

    I'm a 22-year-old biology major, looking to get into exotic animal training. I love animals, particularly killer whales - and love to hang out around Shamu Stadium at SeaWorld. I also work at SeaWorld now, in the Entertainment Department.

    I make it out to Disneyland once every few weeks, usually. I am shameless in my love for all things Aladdin. I was a WDW CP from May 02-May 03, working first in MK Merchandise and then in Entertainment. I also run the Disney Music Loops database.



    I just had to do that cause that monkey rocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xfkirsten
    I'm a 22-year-old biology major, looking to get into exotic animal training. I love animals, particularly killer whales - and love to hang out around Shamu Stadium at SeaWorld. I also work at SeaWorld now, in the Entertainment Department.
    Sniff. All I ever wanted to do when I was in school was become a dolphin trainer. But that evil Sea World wanted me to cut my hair, and well, you just didn't do that in the 70s unless you were part of the establishment. I couldn't bring myself to part with my long hair, and well, the rest is history.

    Still love Sea World tho and get there every few days for my lunch break (ok, really free beer sample break, but don't tell anyone). Maybe when I get to be a really old codger I'll retire and work there part time.


    Eat meat. Your daddy sez it's good for ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoneDaddy
    Sniff. All I ever wanted to do when I was in school was become a dolphin trainer. But that evil Sea World wanted me to cut my hair, and well, you just didn't do that in the 70s unless you were part of the establishment. I couldn't bring myself to part with my long hair, and well, the rest is history.

    Still love Sea World tho and get there every few days for my lunch break (ok, really free beer sample break, but don't tell anyone). Maybe when I get to be a really old codger I'll retire and work there part time.

    I'd love to get into the animal training department someday... unfortunately, I'm not a strong enough swimmer to pass their swim test, at least at the moment. Working with dolphins is my dream animal.

    Free beer sample breaks are goooood. I tried the Bacardi Silver green apple last time and loved it. Like green apple Jolly Ranchers, with an alcohol twist. If you work there, though, you get two free cases of beer a month.

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    Part time gets 2 free six packs a month.... 12 free comp tickets a year.. and free AP's for close family...

    seasonal gets one a month... and 6 comp tickets a year... and close family gets free APs after one year of work...

    full time gets 2 12 packs a month... and 24 free tickets a year i believe... and free AP clor close family....

    and of course around the holidays all employees get 12 more free tickets....

    At least thats how it works at BGT... (My sister is part time in colonary..)

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    Quote Originally Posted by figment1986
    Part time gets 2 free six packs a month.... 12 free comp tickets a year.. and free AP's for close family...

    seasonal gets one a month... and 6 comp tickets a year... and close family gets free APs after one year of work...

    full time gets 2 12 packs a month... and 24 free tickets a year i believe... and free AP clor close family....

    and of course around the holidays all employees get 12 more free tickets....

    At least thats how it works at BGT... (My sister is part time in colonary..)
    Ah, it's different here in San Diego. Seasonal doesn't get free beer, but both Part Time and Full Time can get two cases a month (after you turn in a Beer School certificate).
    "I don't need intelligent drugs because I don't know what they are. But I will put anything into my mouth that is given to me, whether it's supposed to go there or not. Because... I'm different."


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    whats your definition of a case?? 6 or 12 pack??

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    Quote Originally Posted by figment1986
    whats your definition of a case?? 6 or 12 pack??
    12 pack.
    "I don't need intelligent drugs because I don't know what they are. But I will put anything into my mouth that is given to me, whether it's supposed to go there or not. Because... I'm different."


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    Thumbs up MiceChat Newbie

    Love everything Disney. I grew up in Orange, CA so I've been to Disneyland or "The Park" more times than I can count. Grew up on Disney, wanted to be a Mouseketter, thought Walt was the coolest ever, and The Park was even my first job. Now I'm an Annual Passholder and go as much as possible. This board is great, better than Hasbeens!

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    Hi my name is RabidMonkeyPosse.

    I have been an AP for three years. I work as a Civil Engineer. I have two children, Brian (5.5) and Alison (4). Oh yeah, and my wife is mamabot. I am posting under duress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rabidmonkeyposse
    Hi my name is RabidMonkeyPosse.

    I have been an AP for three years. I work as a Civil Engineer. I have two children, Brian (5.5) and Alison (4). Oh yeah, and my wife is mamabot. I am posting under duress.
    Under duress!! Sure that's the story

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