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OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

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  • OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

    Click here for the article (and check out who wrote it!)

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    Re: OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

    Everybody always told Me "You don't know (insert name here)...... Now I can tell them I know where he works!......Nice article!
    SMEEEEEEEE.......................HELP ME!!!


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      Re: OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

      Heh, heh...pretty funny article. I think I may have run into ole Jack sometime in the past at WDW.
      Warning: Portions of this attraction are intense and may not be appropriate for younger children.

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        Re: OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

        nice....
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          Re: OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

          For a second, I thought it was the guy I saw that got arrested for not having media credentials and was actually handcuffed walking offstage that day and escorted by undercovers from Anaheim PD.

          Maybe it was him that wrote it, only told of a "happier" ending instead?

          I don't know! hehe

          Probably not, although this guy was wearing a beret type cap.

          Bye.

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            Re: OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

            :lmao:

            I thought it was the OC REGISTER!

            I thought "My! What colorful language these reporters use on their website!"

            And yes, the author. I know him well.

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              Re: OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

              Eh, it sounds like he's just trying (way too hard) to get a cheap laugh.

              Waste of time reading it.
              -Wes

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                Re: OC Weekly Article: Pirates, and how Disney treats the press (hint:Lavishly)

                This is why the OC Weekly is free, and worth every penny.
                "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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