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  • Space Mountain front of the line certificate

    Hey there,

    Since I'm moving, I found this piece of paper which I got from DLP years ago through mail. Now that I've finally read what it says, it seems to be some sort of primitive pre-fastpass-age fastpass, lol!

    http://home.student.utwente.nl/t.schonewille/space.jpg
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    Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

    Interesting... I have never seen one of those before.

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    • #3
      Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

      Cool! These were given out years ago at all the major attractractions that feautred a height requirement. The idea was that if you were just a little too short to ride, the Cast Member at the entrance would give you a copy of this certificate by way of consolation. It would encourage you to come back in future, when you would be tall enough to ride. And as a prize for having waited so long, you would be allowed to jump the queue. Each attraction had its own unique certificate: I saw an Indiana Jones one once, when I was working at the Temple of Peril, but it didn't look anywhere near as good as this one. It's awesome!
      They're incredibly rare, so thanks a lot for sharing it with us!
      Originally posted by fizzog
      Soundtracker you cheeky chipmunk

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      • #4
        Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

        Cool! These were given out years ago at all the major attractractions that feautred a height requirement. The idea was that if you were just a little too short to ride, the Cast Member at the entrance would give you a copy of this certificate by way of consolation. It would encourage you to come back in future, when you would be tall enough to ride. And as a prize for having waited so long, you would be allowed to jump the queue. Each attraction had its own unique certificate: I saw an Indiana Jones one once, when I was working at the Temple of Peril, but it didn't look anywhere near as good as this one. It's awesome!
        They're incredibly rare, so thanks a lot for sharing it with us!
        Originally posted by fizzog
        Soundtracker you cheeky chipmunk

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        • #5
          Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

          Humm, so does that imply that thriller is a bit on the short side?
          "Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it's time to pause and reflect."

          -Mark Twain

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          • #6
            Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

            Thanks for sharing, shorty! ( just kidding)
            Very nice to see something so relatively rare.


            "I'm gettin' kind of fond of you, kid.
            Not that I want to pick out curtains or anything."

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            • #7
              Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

              Thank you for sharing this picture!


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              • #8
                Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

                LOL, no, I'm not short. Well, maybe a little. But I got on the ride in it's first year...only just though
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                • #9
                  Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

                  i would love to see it back with Space Mountain Mission 2 but i don"t think so with all those '' Budget Cuts '' rules .
                  HKDL : Done !!!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Space Mountain front of the line certificate

                    totally cool!! put it in a safe place, its rare !

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