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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by barfownz View Post
    Chances are very slim. The town is not as well known as Tokyo, Orlando, Anehiem, Paris, and Hong Kong.
    Disney resorts are in:
    • Anaheim - Associated with Los Angeles. Anaheim was unknown before the park.
    • Lake Buena Vista and Bay Lake - Associated with Orlando. Area was unincorporated before Disney. Orlando was unknown before Disney.
    • Urayasu, Chiba - Outside Tokyo. Chiba prefecture borders Tokyo prefecture.
    • Marne-la-Valee - Outside Paris on what was previously farmland.
    • Penny's Bay, Lantau - Hong Kong is an island and the larger region.

    The area mentioned in this rumor is outside of Dallas, Texas and thus it fits Disney's pattern for park and resort locations.

    Quote Originally Posted by EagleWings View Post
    That is the dumbest rumor ever. Why would Disneyland make a park in Texas of all places?
    Why a swamp in the middle of Florida? Disney apparently does own land in Texas, but this is in the Houston, not Dallas, area.

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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    They better get a handle on this problem before a MiceChat Invasion can be booked:
    Frisco Vehicle Burglaries On The Rise

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    Lately in Frisco, burglars are not discriminating when it comes to make or model. It's opportunity, say police.

    They ripped this section out to get to the stereo," Josh Waller said as he showed our crews the damage to his vehicle. He knows his shiny red truck is a target for break-ins. "The cops can't really do anything for you after that point."

    "Our residents and our patrons are leaving their stuff right in the car," said Sergeant Gina McFarland, Frisco Police Department.

    The city saw a 57 percent increase in car burglaries from 2005 to 2006, the largest increase they've ever seen, according to police. Most of the theft takes place in retail areas, where thieves are targeting what police call easy victims.

    "It's nothing new to walk by a car a see a laptop sitting in the front seat or see a purse on the floor board," said Sergeant McFarland.

    Residential areas have not been immune either. Rear driveways are giving thieves the perfect cover, because "[there's] less chance that they are going to be detected and they have plenty of time to look to see where their target is going to be," said Sergeant McFarland.

    The police department has not only dedicated a unit to combating the problem, they've launched an education campaign to change habits.

    Waller says for him, it's not necessary. It's a lesson he's already learned.

    "You always have to have your guard up because anything can happen anywhere," said Waller.


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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    I got nothing against Texas and I know Disneylands are in random not really known places (well.. they're all known now but yeah..) but I doubt Disney is gonna invest in a park in Texas when they have 2 in this country already. People flock to Florida for all of the surrounding sights as well as DisneyWorld, people flock to California for LA and the OC and Disneyland.. why would they go to Texas?

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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    In keeping with the tradition of including fewer and fewer
    attractions and lands in new Disney Parks, this new
    Disneyland will Include:

    Main Street: with a display of Walt's Desk .. . made out
    of popsicle sticks A different Disney Princess will be
    residing at the end of Main Street, Pocahontas, and instead
    of a giant castle, a large TeePee will be constructed for the
    entrance to Frontierland.

    Frontierland will have a shooting arcade and burro rides,
    and canoe rides. Frontierland will be home to DL Frisco's
    largest and only eating area, The Alamo, featuring buffalo
    burgers. Adjacent will be a copy of the Alamo, featuring
    a movie telling the history of the Lonestar State. Be sure
    to visit the branding exhibition!

    The final land will be a copy of DCA's Paradise Pier, where
    you can enjoy boardwalk games, a Giant pink Dinosaur
    sunglass shop, the thrilling Jumpin' Jellyfish, and a carousel
    featuring mules and buffalo.

    Iger will be announcing that Disney is proud to announce this
    project which was originally planned under previous Disney
    CEO, Michael Eisner.

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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by Opus1guy View Post
    Personally...I think they might better use the space to give Squanto another shot.

    Oh. Meh. Gawd.


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    Wink Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerm View Post
    And the park is going to have a loop!!!!

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    and they are adding Jack Sparrow on EVERYTHING!

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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by Aladdin View Post
    In keeping with the tradition of including fewer and fewer
    attractions and lands in new Disney Parks, this new
    Disneyland will Include:

    Main Street: with a display of Walt's Desk .. . made out
    of popsicle sticks A different Disney Princess will be
    residing at the end of Main Street, Pocahontas, and instead
    of a giant castle, a large TeePee will be constructed for the
    entrance to Frontierland.

    Frontierland will have a shooting arcade and burro rides,
    and canoe rides. Frontierland will be home to DL Frisco's
    largest and only eating area, The Alamo, featuring buffalo
    burgers. Adjacent will be a copy of the Alamo, featuring
    a movie telling the history of the Lonestar State. Be sure
    to visit the branding exhibition!

    The final land will be a copy of DCA's Paradise Pier, where
    you can enjoy boardwalk games, a Giant pink Dinosaur
    sunglass shop, the thrilling Jumpin' Jellyfish, and a carousel
    featuring mules and buffalo.

    Iger will be announcing that Disney is proud to announce this
    project which was originally planned under previous Disney
    CEO, Michael Eisner.

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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    I'd also rather have a 3rd Anaheim gate. As for the SuperBowl ad, I read something about Buena Vista. Do you think that has a tie-in to Disney? The following possibilities that the park ad could be under are:
    -Buena Vista
    -Walt Disney World
    -Walt Disney
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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by roxystar68 View Post
    I'd also rather have a 3rd Anaheim gate. As for the SuperBowl ad, I read something about Buena Vista. Do you think that has a tie-in to Disney? The following possibilities that the park ad could be under are:
    -Buena Vista
    -Walt Disney World
    -Walt Disney
    Buena Vista is related to Disney, as it is the name of several subsidies. Buena Vista Motion Picture Group is the collection of film studios owned by the Walt Disney Company. Buena Vista Distribution is the Walt Disney Company's distribution company. There are few others related to film, television, and music. Lake Buena Vista is one of the incorporated cities controlled by the Walt Disney Company in Florida. While having the city purchase the advertisement time would be an interesting way of going about doing things, I think the subsidies is more likely behind the purchase.

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    Red Face Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by ALIASd View Post
    Which station was it? Was it Radio Disney also based in Dallas, Texas?
    Why not call them and confirm your own rumor for us, thanks!
    I believe it was 103.7 Mix something. http://www.kvil.com/ Or it could have been the oldies station that i think is 94.5 fm but i'm more than sure it was 103.7 fm.

    Well I did a research thing on Google.com, nothing came up... I also went to Monday Night Raw here in Dallas Tx and was on my way and just got home around 11:30 pm, will work on contacting them or anyone can contact them, i included their website here.

    A friend just told me that lots of property was bought in Frisco, no one knows from who or why it was bought, some time ago...

    And plus the ever so popular DFW airport is just minutes away from Frisco, TX.

    I know I'm getting my hopes up. The woman who reported the story said she heard from her "sources" and implied that they are "reliable" and then reported the news. I believe the time was around 3pm when I heard it.

    I'm like the rest of you... WHEN I SEE IT I'LL BELIEVE IT!

    I was just hoping someone here would be "yep, I heard it too!".
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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by Micoofy Duck View Post
    I was just hoping someone here would be "yep, I heard it too!".
    OK ah will say it fo' yo'. "yep, ah heard it too! Fry mah hide!" ah can hear it now Mickey talkin' like this hyar wif all his hill billy friends down in Frisco texas
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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    "Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls:

    The fireworks have been cancelled tonight due to tornados at lower elevations. Thank you for coming to Disneyland today and good luck getting home."

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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    If there were to be a Disney park in Texas, I would hope it wouldn't follow the Disneyland/Magic Kingdom formula. I would hope for something original, otherwise why build it? Disney's American Adventure or Villians Lair, etc.

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    Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by lazyboy97O View Post
    Buena Vista is related to Disney, as it is the name of several subsidies. Buena Vista Motion Picture Group is the collection of film studios owned by the Walt Disney Company. Buena Vista Distribution is the Walt Disney Company's distribution company. There are few others related to film, television, and music. Lake Buena Vista is one of the incorporated cities controlled by the Walt Disney Company in Florida. While having the city purchase the advertisement time would be an interesting way of going about doing things, I think the subsidies is more likely behind the purchase.
    You forgot Buena Vista Games - They had a hand in Kingdom Hearts, and are responsible for the some horrible movie based games.

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    Talking Re: Disney bought a SuperBowl Ad to announce a new Disneyland park!

    Quote Originally Posted by tahoebob54 View Post
    OK ah will say it fo' yo'. "yep, ah heard it too! Fry mah hide!" ah can hear it now Mickey talkin' like this hyar wif all his hill billy friends down in Frisco texas
    There are no "hill billy friends" in Frisco, Texas. You're commenting on an area you apparently know nothing about.
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