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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    I mentioned 5 PM as an "appropriate" time, but maybe we can do a "series" of meets...

    Start gathering around 4:30 PM at the Cove Bar....

    At 5 PM exactly, have a "Toast" to the end of the reign of terror....

    Sit around and make fun of Mikey until 6 PM or so...

    Go to Tower of Terror and maybe a 6:30 ride (the wait shouldn't be that long), and see if we can get one empty seat (and maybe someone can make a "Mikey on a stick", aka a head shot of Mikey on Cardboard, and place a stick on it, so we can have him on the ride....

    Then we can do something around 7:30 (allowing an hour for getting our act together, waiting in line and then the actual ride, and making fun of the on-ride photos...), nobody is blocked out (all four AP's are good), but we could leave DCA and meet elsewhere later...

    Based on last years hours, I presume DCA would be open 10 AM to 9 PM, and Disneyland 9 AM to 11 PM on a off-season Friday.

    This should be the day that Haunted Mansion Holiday opens, if this is the day, we would want to add that to the list (maybe around 8 PM to allow folks to get into DL and to NOS)...

    These are just ideas, and not etched in stone... if you have some thoughts, please share them... there is no right or wrong answers at this point, well, unless you don't want us to make fun of Mikey... in that case, throw your own party
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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    All sounds great to me!

    I just hope I would be able to get down there by the late afternoon. And if I have the day off .. then all the better.

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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    Another thought, maybe someone could make "Mikey Masks", you know with the cut out eyes... and the elastic on the back, and we could all wear them on ToT....

    We might need to ride ToT twice, so we can get one with OUR faces (and Mikey on a stick), and then the second time with the masks on........ I still think we could do that in a hour, the waits have been pretty short lately, even during summer peak......
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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    I can just imagine Eisner reading this thread and crying. Look Mikey, if you are reading this, YOU SHOULD NEVER HAVE BUILT ALL THOSE HOTELS IN PARIS!
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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedway
    I can just imagine Eisner reading this thread and crying. Look Mikey, if you are reading this, YOU SHOULD NEVER HAVE BUILT ALL THOSE HOTELS IN PARIS!
    He's crying all the way to the bank.
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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Chaney
    Do you think the CM would allow us one symbolic empty seat?

    Considering what I do when I see Presslers "brick" you may not want to show me said empty seat
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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    i got an idea... we can celebrate eisner leaving like we did the 50th

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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?


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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    Yet another bash-Eisner thread. Can't you people just leave him be (even Stan, Roy & Diane have made amends with him). He has done some amazing things for the company. Can't you just let him leave saying good things instead of a lets-meet-in-DCA-to-give-him-a-sarcastic-farewell? Obviously the company would have been a lot different without him, and I feel it would have been for the worst had he not have come in with Wells and Katzenberg. Mr. Eisner....good job and have a good retirement. Mr Iger....I already see that you will also do great things.
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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    If you don't want to join the party, that's fine.

    Please don't spoil it for others.

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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    OK, working on a good photo to make masks of...

    Here is a good one!

    http://mediavillain.org/images/ceo_ABC.jpg

    OK, that really won't work...

    I think this one will make a good Black and White image, that can be easily cut into a mask...

    http://i.cnn.net/cnn/2004/BUSINESS/0...y.chairman.jpg

    This should easily blow up to 8 1/2 by 11...

    My idea is to print it on decent card stock (aka white cardboard), and then attach a tongue deppressor to the bottom. I am thinking about printing, then cutting about 100 of these masks, to be used at the Cove Bar, and then on Tower of Terror.

    Any Thoughts/Suggestions????

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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    Quote Originally Posted by askmike1
    Yet another bash-Eisner thread. Can't you people just leave him be (even Stan, Roy & Diane have made amends with him). He has done some amazing things for the company. Can't you just let him leave saying good things instead of a lets-meet-in-DCA-to-give-him-a-sarcastic-farewell? Obviously the company would have been a lot different without him, and I feel it would have been for the worst had he not have come in with Wells and Katzenberg. Mr. Eisner....good job and have a good retirement. Mr Iger....I already see that you will also do great things.
    I really think Iger looks promising but I bet eventually he will turn out like Eisner in the end.

    But as for the Bald Eagle......I mean Eisner all I have to say is this "Nah Nah Nah Nah Hey Hey Hey...Goodbye!" Everybody come on join in and sing with me.

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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    Disney should have the most extravegant parade and fireworks show in celebration of this momentus event! Perhaps at the sametime people could go dancing down main street while the "Celebration song" is playing?

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