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

    20 years of tremendous stock price increases (and selling while high) and not getting bought by some "Gordon Gekko"-type raider should ease the pain of having her husband fired.
    "Here You Leave the World of California Today and Enter the World of, um, er, California Today."

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

    She went to the ceremony not because she made ammends with eisner, but to celebrate what her father had done, to celebrate a great place!






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

    Mr Eisner will be a part of Disney for along time. Sept 30 means nothing. He will be a member of the board, which he controls. He will have Mr. Iger, who he controls, in charge of the company. He will be named Chairman of the board before the end of 2006. He discribed Mr. Iger as " A moron who couldn't manage his way out of a box" only two years ago (As per board meeting minutes). The Katzenberg settlement as well as the Ovitz settlement and the Fox Family channel purchase are examples of how the board failed as well as Mr. Eisner. The Eisner era is not over just changing.
    We will need a new board before any real change takes place, then we can have a party!

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Firemouse
    Mr Eisner will be a part of Disney for along time. Sept 30 means nothing. He will be a member of the board, which he controls. He will have Mr. Iger, who he controls, in charge of the company. He will be named Chairman of the board before the end of 2006. He discribed Mr. Iger as " A moron who couldn't manage his way out of a box" only two years ago (As per board meeting minutes). The Katzenberg settlement as well as the Ovitz settlement and the Fox Family channel purchase are examples of how the board failed as well as Mr. Eisner. The Eisner era is not over just changing.
    We will need a new board before any real change takes place, then we can have a party!
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    Re: Eisner's last day with the Co.?

    Quote Originally Posted by Evan-500
    She went to the ceremony not because she made ammends with eisner, but to celebrate what her father had done, to celebrate a great place!
    Exactly. Diane is no fan of Eisner or Roy, but I would guess she would still agree with much of what Roy's been complaining about of the degradation of the Disney name.

    I was at the 50th and it was obvious that no love was lost between Diane and ME.

    I still love how Disney put out verbatim transcripts of what everyone else said, but saw fit to edit Diane's comments about how happy her father would be to see the Tiki Room still around and how she hopes it is in another 50 years.

    As for Eisner, he won't be a factor at Disney much longer. Within one year he will be working for/at another major media company. Take that to the bank.

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

    For Eisner's last day, I think I might get a T- Shirt printed up with this saying that I came up with:
    "I Survived Eisner's Reign of Terror and all I got was this lousy shirt"
    It might seem stupid, but I think it appropriate with what Eisner has done over the past few years.
    Eisner leaves in 16 days!

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

    So .... what are all thinking - Is this shaping up to be a difinite plan to meet on the 30th?

    Coincidentally .. this also falls on "Gay Days", which begins on the 30th. It can be one incredibly productive day - lots of things to celebrate!!

    So .. I just wanted to get an idea from you all ... if we are to make this Official-Official.

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

    OMGOMGOMG.... I just thought of the PERFECT gayday t-shirt slogan:

    "Michael Eisner can blow me."

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Morrigoon
    OMGOMGOMG.... I just thought of the PERFECT gayday t-shirt slogan:

    "Michael Eisner can blow me."
    Thats funny and sick at the same time. How do you do that? LOL.

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

    13 days left until they break his 20 year contract with the company... i will be tellling my kids about this in 10 years, i can see it now "you think the president is bad now, back when i was your age we had..."

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

    Quote Originally Posted by migitmouse88
    13 days left until they break his 20 year contract with the company... i will be tellling my kids about this in 10 years, i can see it now "you think the president is bad now, back when i was your age we had..."
    Unfortunately I have to agree. Iger looks good now, but give him about ten years and we will probably be wanting to search for a new Disney CEO again.

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

    One week to go until Mikey final leaves!

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

    How about a separate thread about the meet? There should most certainly be a meet!

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