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  • [Question] Ozone in the air?

    Does Disneyland pump ozone through their buildings to give it that fresh smell? There's gotta be something besides just smiles and "pixie dust" that makes indoor spaces (mostly stores, it seems) a bit more rarified. I think casinos are onto this trick, as well. Ever notice you can be surrounded my smokers and never smell it? I used to think Disneyland used negative ion generators. Hmm, maybe both?

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    Re: Ozone in the air?

    Well, they usually pipe restaurant smells everywhere. Casinos pipe happy gas to make you less smart, and spend more. You might be on to something...
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      Re: Ozone in the air?

      Originally posted by spirit king View Post
      well, they usually pipe restaurant smells everywhere. Casinos pipe happy gas to make you less smart, and spend more. You might be on to something...
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