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    Actually, Disney is run by the U.S. Government and the biometric feature of entering the park is the worlds biggest data collection facility. They get your name, finger print, dna sample, and financial data (from purchasing the tickets.) all when you walk through the gate of the Happiest Place on earth. Who knows what the database is for ....

    Eisner, Iger, Walt those guys are just an elaborate front.

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    If you spin a Tea Cup to the left at a rate of 42 miles an hour you will get the question to life, the universe and everything.
    He felt like his life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coastierox
    If you spin a Tea Cup to the left at a rate of 42 miles an hour you will get the question to life, the universe and everything.
    At 81mph, it begins drilling and you end up somewhere near the Castle in Hong Kong DL...
    "As usual he's taken over the coolest spot in the house"- Father re: Orville 1963

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    The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is the only Disney ride that sends riders to the depths of Hell!!!
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    These are great! Keep 'em coming!!

    Spaceship Earth will never make it off the ground.

    This one time on Mission: Space, the computer (which is named HAL, for some weird reason) freaked out and started to jetison riders out into the vacuum of space!!!

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    Anyone else notice that Spaceship Earth slighty resembles the Heart of Gold? This would also explain the launch tower cleverly disguised as a giant hand with a wand.
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    Those planets that used to spin on Astro Orbiter had to be taken down because the Galactic Federation felt they where not in proportion to the real planets.

    -Michael
    “You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” - Walt Disney

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    Cast members working in the China pavilion are shot on site by their communist regime if they are caught trying to sneek to other pavilions.

    (I'm so going to hell for that one.)

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    There’s no livestock in the Mexico pavilion…Chupacabra…

    Body Wars is the only Disney ride that sends riders into the fiery depths of Hell!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzapants
    This one time on Mission: Space, the computer (which is named HAL, for some weird reason) freaked out and started to jetison riders out into the vacuum of space!!!
    Sounds like an oddesy, a space oddesy.......
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    Well, we all know that the money that comes from park admission is what pays for all the employees, imagineers, and management's paychecks. So where does the actual profits for the parks come from? The entire profit system is based on the sales of Churros and Turkey Legs!!!

    Also, while we're on subject here, the turkey legs aren't really turkey legs. They're all too big and perfect and plentiful and the same size to come from turkeys. There's only one possiblity: Genetically engineered catapillars. That's the only way they oculd have so many legs!

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    ...And on the subject of money, Due to exchange rates if you throw a quarter in the River of Time (del Rio de Temps), you may make 17.42 wishes, adversly a single wish in the Magic Kingdom costs aproximatly $2.50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedway
    On Main Street, the princesses of the Magic Kingdom hug and kiss their young children subjects, making their dreams come true. Underneath the Magic Kingdom, the princesses gossip and bitch about how the woman playing Ariel really packed into her purple shell bra while she is at the cafeteria getting fish fingers.
    Hey I remember reading on here a story about that! Hehehe...






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    Quote Originally Posted by Coastierox
    If you spin a Tea Cup to the left at a rate of 42 miles an hour you will get the question to life, the universe and everything.
    however if you spin it at 42.1 you will die a horrible death and become a yes man to Michel Eisner...

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    Quote Originally Posted by figment1986
    however if you spin it at 42.1 you will die a horrible death and become a yes man to Michel Eisner...
    Hopefully Death will come first.
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