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    Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    I was in a meeting recently, I cant say when cause then I would give myself away but a Disney suit came in to our room to address a few items with us regarding DCA and the first words he said were:
    "Does anyone here read MiceChat?" And "That guy who writes for MC knows stuff even before I do". He went along to say the upcoming changes to DCA and of the reason Matt Ouiemet left Disney, which insiders say that he left because He (Matt) was not happy, as he wanted Disneyland to be its own entity separate from WaltDisney World and the two should be treated differently. I could tell you more but then Id have to ... you know.
    Besides you probably already knew that.
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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    Yes... it's obvious...

    Hey.. Imagineer.. I would like a penthouse built for anyone names Figment1986 on MiceChat to stay in free every night...

    ok... So i tried...

    So what, they read what we say... it's not like we know anything... the writers know everything... I Act like i know a lot of VMK but it's just rumors.. Woops. did I say that.... I wonder does VMK read us... We will find out if a dole whip pin and stand come out for VMK.. lol

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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    oh wow a suit reads it


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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    Disney Suits definitely read MiceChat, its too funny.
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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.DooDah
    Disney Suits definitely read MiceChat, its too funny.
    And a lot more than just the suits read it. I know that some imagineers read us as well.

    And, of course, I'm not going to say how I know this.

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    Wink Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Disneyphile
    And a lot more than just the suits read it. I know that some imaginers read us as well.

    And, of course, I'm not going to say how I know this.
    So thatís why Iím told to keep my mouth shut about my idea for a new imagination pavilion.... featuring a pent house... well.. You know that part already... lol

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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    What I think is cool is that the writers from the Simpsons read MiceAge/chat, or uh, so I was told. Where do you think they got all the DCA jokes?
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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    I think he mistook MiceChat for MiceAge, which we've known for years (anyone remember the "internet nerd" character at Pressler's retirement party?) Al get stuff ahead of time and a lot of info they don't want leaking out.

    To Disney execs, this board probably looks like a lot of yammering from the peanut gallery.

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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    To all Disney suits,

    think Peoplemover and how to load and unload the Peter Pan attraction quicker.

    And what about letting the Teacups spin like they used to.

    Better control during the fireworks show wouldn't hurt either.

    Innoventions, need I say more?

    DCA, (see Innoventions)


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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    Wow, I feel like we're all FAMOUS!!! If the powers that be know about us and read this stuff... cool!




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    Wink Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    Quote Originally Posted by Druggas
    To all Disney suits,

    think Peoplemover and how to load and unload the Peter Pan attraction quicker.

    And what about letting the Teacups spin like they used to.

    Better control during the fireworks show wouldn't hurt either.

    Innoventions, need I say more?

    DCA, (see Innoventions)
    Referbish the WDW peter pan attraction, and change the ships to have another row... that would increase capacity... and lower lines... dont touch DL's though... unless you wana give WDW's Fantasyland a make over... lol

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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    How about they hire a few of us to teach them how to come up with good ideas?

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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    The "powers that be" and others read all the "larger" message boards.

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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyMania
    this board probably looks like a lot of yammering from the peanut gallery.
    Well, DUHHHHH . . . that's why we like it here so much.

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    Re: Disneys top brass, reads MiceChat.

    I wonder which Micechatter is the "suits" favorite <bats eyes>

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