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  • NDNation
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    Boxers... I can't handle tighty whities. Wait...what was the question?

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  • Bruce Bergman
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    Usually on the left in, right out (City Hall side) both ways, but not always. I make a point to say Hello to the ACSC Booth folks coming in, they get lonely... There was no 'usually' choice offered, so I put 'always'.

    We went out on the East side Saturday night, and found out two things: Guide 1 had only one CM and a big line, so forget about getting engraved nametags made. And the Stroller Rental rehab was all done and the crew planned to be back using their regular counter on Sunday.

    --<< Bruce >>--

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  • DL_CRAZE
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    i always go to the left, i dont know how it happens, it just does.

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  • Michelle
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    Originally posted by Circarama
    That will change with age, and when you leave the Bay Area... :lol:
    Although my financial desires may shift, common decency towards others will outweigh them.
    Last edited by Michelle; 05-09-2005, 10:04 PM.

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  • E Ticket
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    For the past five summers, we have mainly entered through the left tunnel. But it seems in the past two years, we have been entering through the right tunnel, and exit via the left.

    Kinda like the rules of the road. You drive on the right side of the road. It feels more natural to walk through the tunnel on your right-hand side.

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  • Tinkerbelle
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    I always go in on the right hand side (Great moments with Mr. Lincoln)
    and leave on the other side (right from that perspective) the side with the firehouse.

    It's just wrong to go the other way, it doesn't feel correct. that's all there is to it.

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  • DisneyMania!
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    I always go to the right in and the left out...

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  • PanTheMan
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    Ussually left But sometimes right. No idea why. Depends on the gate i'm entering and the flow of the crowd i guess,

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  • Aura of Foreboding
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    For some odd reason this poll reminds me of Alice in Wonderland...

    "Some people go this way, others go that way, but I, myself, prefer the shortcut..." --- The Chesire Cat (said something to this effect) LOL!

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  • Alchimedes
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    Right side always, Don't care about which way either way.Not that important to me.

    I see alot of the points I've read.
    I enjoy the view I get and usually hit Lincoln first, Yeah I could hit Indy, POTC, Splash, HM. Iknow if you hit them early You get a couple of chances to ride them before the crowds really fill them up.

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  • Circarama
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    Originally posted by Michelle
    And because I'm a diehard liberal.
    That will change with age, and when you leave the Bay Area... :lol:

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  • Michelle
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    I tend to go left because I'm used to the right being congested with stroller/wheelchair business.
    And because I'm a diehard liberal.

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  • Mr.DooDah
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    Here is my reasoning, I go in to the left which is City Hall side and exit right hand side which is Lincoln's side. The reason THE STROLLERS and the Crazy mothers making the mad dash for them, I stay clear from them.

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  • Liquidspaceman
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    Thanks for the statistics!

    It has been nice seeing people's responses to my poll. I don't exactly know why people are drawn to the left, (because you all had different reasons), I too prefer the left, in and out. The last time I visited DL, I made the mistake of going to the right and I felt weird, like I "snuck in or something." I feel like the next time I go, I need to rectify this by doing a quick loop around and then go back in the correct way... Well, at least in my little world, life will be restored. If you are there in Sept./Oct. be on the look out for this guy running around the berms when they first open for the day. Thanks again for all who participated! :bow:

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  • Tom Chaney
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    I "sort-of" miss the pirate ship. When I was a kid, I always wanted to go in and eat, but my parents were thrifty and we always had a home-made picnic instead. I always figured that when I grew up, I'd go on my own.

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  • CinderellaPrincess
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    Originally posted by Liquidspaceman
    I think we should start a national day of eating nothing but Tuna Fish in remembrance of that great ship! For you youngin's, they use to sell Tuna Fish Sandwiches there. :monkey:
    My dad talks about it all the time everytime we talk about DL..7 kids in his family so it was a cheap lunch and he loved it!

    I'm sorry I never got to see it. Too young...lol

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  • Liquidspaceman
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    Originally posted by BigThunder
    ^I miss that boat...
    I think we should start a national day of eating nothing but Tuna Fish in remembrance of that great ship! For you youngin's, they use to sell Tuna Fish Sandwiches there. :monkey:
    Last edited by Liquidspaceman; 05-04-2005, 07:57 PM.

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  • BigThunder
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    ^I miss that boat...

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  • Circarama
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    Originally posted by Tom Chaney
    The picture is scanned from a 1971 Disneyland Vacations booklet. The center spread is a photo collage of the park. Here's a larger-than-lifesize version of the Fantasyland view:


    Good times, good times...

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  • Snacks
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    In and out on the right........ always

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