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  • Adventurer
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    Originally posted by pussnboots
    About that--why is it called "World Bazaar"? I mean, it just seems like a covered version of Main Street to me. With a name like that you'd expect something Epcot-ish.

    Off topic, I know, but hey, how else can one have a plausible simulation of human interaction on the Internet.
    I started a thread asking your question over in the TDL forum. Check it out, it's topic is "What was wrong with Main Street?"

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  • pussnboots
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    About that--why is it called "World Bazaar"? I mean, it just seems like a covered version of Main Street to me. With a name like that you'd expect something Epcot-ish.

    Off topic, I know, but hey, how else can one have a plausible simulation of human interaction on the Internet.

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  • disneyland dude
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    Originally posted by nish221
    Having the Japanese and French flags flying over Main Street ,USA would be
    weird as well.
    Doesn't Japan have the World Bazaar or somthing similar to that?
    Last edited by disneyland dude; 05-10-2005, 08:52 PM. Reason: spelling

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  • pussnboots
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    Many of DLP's Main Street's flag poles are usually flagless. I don't know if that's a matter of bad maintenance, fear of controversy, or both, but it's very obvious that the American flags there were all carefully placed not to cause too much trouble.

    A big flag in the middle of Town Square would probably emphasise the whole "over-American" thing and evoke the kind of outrage they dread. And I think they made a wise choice. The gazebo looks great anyway.

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  • Adventurer
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    Originally posted by TDLFAN
    Actually Adventurer, you are the one who is incorrect....and so was I on a previous post here. You can see the stars and stripes flying high over the Emporium on this DLP photo.

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...p=71327239&f=0

    and TWO US flags on this shot,

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...p=71327240&f=0
    But they're not over Town Square. I knew there were some flags elsewhere, but not so prominently placed.

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  • TDLFAN
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    Originally posted by Adventurer
    You are both incorrect. No U.S. Flag flies in France over town square on Main Street. A Gazebo takes the flag pole's place. I think it's nicer that way too.
    Actually Adventurer, you are the one who is incorrect....and so was I on a previous post here. You can see the stars and stripes flying high over the Emporium on this DLP photo.

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...p=71327239&f=0

    and TWO US flags on this shot,

    http://albums.photo.epson.com/j/View...p=71327240&f=0

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  • Adventurer
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    Originally posted by pussnboots
    In fact, they put the gazebo there to avoid the flag issue in the first place.
    That is correct.

    Originally posted by WDW1974
    Yes. Rest assured, there'll be the Stars and Stripes flying over Main Street USA, no matter the locale.
    Originally posted by Bill
    And both shall have USA Flags.
    You are both incorrect. No U.S. Flag flies in France over town square on Main Street. A Gazebo takes the flag pole's place. I think it's nicer that way too.

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  • pussnboots
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    Ummm, no. Gazebos don't usually have flags. Lights, bands, plaques, families using strollers as weapons to get to the best viewing spot of the castle... All that. But no flags.

    In fact, they put the gazebo there to avoid the flag issue in the first place.

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  • captsmith84
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    And both shall have USA Flags.

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  • TDLFAN
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    Originally posted by Witches of Morva
    ORDDU: Perhaps the gazebo in the middle of their Town Square will take the place of flag pole so that there won't even be a flag flying at all.
    DLP and HKDL both have gazebos.

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  • pussnboots
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    Disneyland Paris has a gazebo instead. Much nicer, I think, and much less likely to be egged by the French. And even if they do decide to put in a flag pole, surely it'll carry the American flag, since DLP's Main Street does have a flag here and there and it's not the French one. That would be silly anyway. Talk about bad themeing.

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  • WDW1974
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    Yes. Rest assured, there'll be the Stars and Stripes flying over Main Street USA, no matter the locale.

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  • TDLFAN
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    I don't remember seeing the french flag flying over Main Street USA at DLP...so take a cue from there.

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  • Witches of Morva
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    ORDDU: Perhaps the gazebo in the middle of their Town Square will take the place of flag pole so that there won't even be a flag flying at all.

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  • fkurucz
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    Perhaps they compromise and fly both?

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  • nish221
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    My complete guess is that it'll be the HK flag. (Stylized orchid w/ a red background).

    http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/hk.html

    BTW. this brings up another question: what's the flag that flies in the Main Streets in TDL and Paris?

    Having the Japanese and French flags flying over Main Street ,USA would be
    weird as well.

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  • Uno
    started a topic Flag Question

    Flag Question

    I know Hong Kong Disneyland will have Main Street U.S.A but the flag pole in the middle will it have a Chinese Flag or the US flag? Cuse I think it would be kinda funny to see Main Street U.S.A under a Commie flag.

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