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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Here's two extra facts:

    • Dreamfinder was modeled after the Imagineer Joe Rhode
    • Early on, the Monorail was planned to go thru Tomorrowland before reaching the MK station
    - Horizonsfan

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by horizonsfan92 View Post
    Here's two extra facts:

    • Dreamfinder was modeled after the Imagineer Joe Rhode
    • Early on, the Monorail was planned to go thru Tomorrowland before reaching the MK station

    i wish they had run the monorail through T-Land like in Disneyland....it would add so much to the theme and be just plain cool....just for the record, the monorail does run directly behind Space Mountain, but its a storage line for deploying and recieving monrails to the Transportation Maintenance Center....i see it all the time at work...and sometimes the conductors wave at me!
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    Or Dumbo????
    dude, you just made my day right here! and to top it all off, i'm leaving for DL tonight!
    We want to appeal to everyone and get rich quick. We want to be millionaires. I've got this plan to buy Tasmania you see...-Angus Young

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    The churros actually contain trace amounts of crack cocaine, which explains their addictive nature.

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by Chapter13 View Post
    The churros actually contain trace amounts of crack cocaine, which explains their addictive nature.


    Love it!
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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by Pizzapants View Post
    Like him or hate him, he IS president... hence him being in the Hall of Presidents. Better than putting him on oh...say... Pirates?
    Yeah I can't wait for his presidency to be over so they can shut his animatronic up!

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by horizonsfan92 View Post
    Oh crap!

    I meant to say that 60% of the original track is in the ride, but, the remaining 40% is for the most part still in place underneath the queue and Image Works. Good job on catching that little mistake!
    What the hell is JII?

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by NickCharles View Post
    What the hell is JII?
    Journey Into Imagination



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    Well, if your parents can't teach you, maybe you can learn from a taser.

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by Chapter13 View Post
    The churros actually contain trace amounts of crack cocaine, which explains their addictive nature.

    that would explain alot !! and soon they will raise the prices knowing we all need our fixes! ahhhh !!
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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Nigel Channing View Post
    The Utilidoors prevent the Magic Kingdom from expanding in certain areas.
    What areas?

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    areas that are too far away from the current "underground" structure or that are not easily accessible from an underground tunnel structure
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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by Space Junk View Post
    areas that are too far away from the current "underground" structure or that are not easily accessible from an underground tunnel structure
    So why would that prevent them from expanding? I would actually like to take a tour of the utilidor system.

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Even thought they look far apart POTC and SM are close to each other when you are back stage. The drop on POTC takes you to the a building beside SM.
    ~Jessica~



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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    Quote Originally Posted by Space Junk View Post
    areas that are too far away from the current "underground" structure or that are not easily accessible from an underground tunnel structure
    Actually, to be honest, the areas that have tunnels is where the park can't expand. If they expand on top of the tunnels, they could collapse. It costs a lot more to re-enforce the tunnels and build a new ride on top then it does to just build on land at ground level.

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    Re: Secrets of Disney World

    it just means that the way its laid out would prevent building on top of the land...maybe underground digging issues...could be alot of things

    they do offer tours of the Utilidoor....its called "the keys to the kingdom tour"

    im not sure about prices, but u can do it
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