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  • [Question] Can you solve this equation for me?

    Crowds + Nov. 23 (Monday of Thanksgiving week) = ???

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    Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

    Busy

    How you handle the crowds around Thanksgiving will affect your vacation. If you use both parks to your advantage - Arrive early, use Fastpass, attend DCA and high capacity attractions and shows later in the day, etc. you can still have a lovely trip.
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      Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

      I got one:

      How many Disneyland's would there need to be in order for the entire worlds population to be at a Disneyland at one time?
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        crowds+Nov. 23=Sea of obese Caucasians!

        (To sleepyjeff) I don't know,maybe with every country having it own DL.
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          It's not too bad on that Monday but still more crowds then usual. I've been going Thanksgiving week for 18 years . When it get's more toward Thanksgiving day you should start to get worried about the crowds. But you should still have a fun time if you follow what Dusty said, get there early, use fast passes etc...
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            Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

            Originally posted by sleepyjeff View Post
            I got one:

            How many Disneyland's would there need to be in order for the entire worlds population to be at a Disneyland at one time?
            That's hard to say. Isn't the "official" capacity of Disneyland 85,000? I think I remember that number from Halloweentime when people were talking about the park being full...

            According to this website, the current world population is somewhere around 6.9 billion people.

            6900000000 / 85000 = 81,176 and a half Disneylands. Give or take a Toon Town .
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              Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

              Originally posted by oo_nrb View Post
              That's hard to say. Isn't the "official" capacity of Disneyland 85,000? I think I remember that number from Halloweentime when people were talking about the park being full...

              According to this website, the current world population is somewhere around 6.9 billion people.

              6900000000 / 85000 = 81,176 and a half Disneylands. Give or take a Toon Town .
              Ok, going with that for the time being, how many Disneylands would fit into Southern California?
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                Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

                Originally posted by oo_nrb View Post
                That's hard to say. Isn't the "official" capacity of Disneyland 85,000? I think I remember that number from Halloweentime when people were talking about the park being full...

                According to this website, the current world population is somewhere around 6.9 billion people.

                6900000000 / 85000 = 81,176 and a half Disneylands. Give or take a Toon Town .
                Or how many square miles does that equal. Orange County is roughly 750 square miles just for comparison.

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                  Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

                  from previous years, we noticed the closer to Thanksgiving, the more crowded it got (I usually think Tues isn't bad...Monday is a spill over of those who came for the weekend)
                  I've heard Thanksgiving Day isn't that crowded, but never stuck around to find out
                  Heard Christmas Day isn't bad either (closest I've been in Dec is the first week and that's seems to be a good time)
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                  • #10
                    Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

                    Originally posted by dl_appurtenant View Post
                    Crowds + Nov. 23 (Monday of Thanksgiving week) =
                    http://web-ext.u-aizu.ac.jp/%7Eniki/...y/Image177.gif
                    Last edited by NeverNeverland; 11-13-2009, 11:42 AM. Reason: hotlinked picture removed

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                      Re: Can you solve this equation for me?

                      Originally posted by mac81962 View Post
                      http://web-ext.u-aizu.ac.jp/%7Eniki/javaappl/epas/theory/Image177.gif

                      oh the fun some could have with trying to figure out what Y F and G equals
                      Last edited by NeverNeverland; 11-13-2009, 11:42 AM. Reason: hotlinked picture removed
                      Quote by Al:
                      To that end I'd like the Internet community to join me in reminding the Disney company that "it all started with Walt." As you can see below we've created some T-shirts, plus a few simple graphics that you can copy and paste into your websites to let folks know how you feel.
                      -Al Lutz


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