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  • NemoZorro
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    Re: Have a Question About WDW?????

    Originally posted by BigDaddyKyle
    Not that I know of.
    Thanks for replying. It was alot of fun the 2 times we played it.

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    Re: Have a Question About WDW?????

    Originally posted by NemoZorro
    This ? is from a former east coast person now loving life in AZ.....

    Does the Magic Kingdom still have the adventure challenge? You know the one in Adventureland where you would search for clues to eventually find an idol? My wife and I loved that one.....
    Not that I know of.

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  • sediment
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    Originally posted by TDLFAN
    I have a question about WDW... Why are their CMs the worst dressed CMs on Earth??
    Maybe it's the humidity.

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  • NemoZorro
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    Re: Have a Question About WDW?????

    This ? is from a former east coast person now loving life in AZ.....

    Does the Magic Kingdom still have the adventure challenge? You know the one in Adventureland where you would search for clues to eventually find an idol? My wife and I loved that one.....

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    You have me stumped there, Mike! I am not a big listener to the spanish safety speils. The only one I like is the one in the monorail.

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  • TheDisneyInquisitor
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    I got a question I really hope you can answer. On most of the Spanish Safety spiels, they say something that sounds like "para sous es cuidado." How do you really say it? They do this in most of the new spanish safety spiels (including Magic Carpets of Aladdin). For some reason, I really like this phrase, but I know I'm not saying it right.

    -Michael

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    Min of four days. One for each park, and thats rushing it. I would suggest taking a week long vacation. 4 days for each park and two day to park hop to see what you missed or if you want to go and do something again. You also don't have to be in such a rush while in the parks.

    hope this helps you out!

    BDK

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  • milo_vhw
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    Hey BDK, I only have a small question. How many days do you need on first time visit so you can think: hey, I saw WDW! I mean what's the minimum?

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    average stand-by is around 40 mins midday to late evening. The HUGE standby line is Kilimanjaro. I expect teh new rollarcoaster to cut down times on BOTH of these rides. Especially Dinosaur.

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  • openattheseams
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    How long is the average stand-by time for Dinosaur?

    Do you expect this wait time to go down when Espedition: Everest is opened to the public?

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    I can't answer this question. I suggest you call Al Weiss.

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  • TDLFAN
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    I have a question about WDW... Why are their CMs the worst dressed CMs on Earth?? Seems to me (when compared to the other Disney Resorts Worldwide) WDW's CM's costumes are the worst, most uninspired and butt ugly ones in the entire Disney Kingdom.... It's like they all shop at The Gap!!! Plus, lets' face it...most of those ugly tees and shorts are not becoming on some of these CM's due to many physical reason... So, why can't WDW have better costumes for their CMs? and why do they continue to allow CMs to take uniform pieces home where they are wrecking them with bad laundry habits instead of professionally done work on property? I have a hard time believeing that Al Weiss would compromise the quality of their costumes by passing the upkeep costs to his CMs and letting them cause damage to the costumes and trust me...this is quite visible at times. Some people just dont' know how to do laundry I guess..

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    The rumor is not true anymore. When the imagineers did an exploration of SSE they learned that The SSE attraction is actually built into the ball a part of its structure. To be able to put a rollarcoaster in there, they would have to mess with SSE's structural integrity.

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  • Stephmtl
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    Hey BDK,

    I've heard the same SSE rollercoaster rumour, back in Jan '04 from a CM

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    bump

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    Epcot is really trying to make itself more noticiable now! They are trying to establish a connection with a younger audience in Epcot because the park is stammering around from the loss of revenue. The more young people that come to ride the ride, the more money they make. Otherwise Epcot is for more mature people looking for elegant scenery, that sort of thing. The classic attractions are there because the mature people like them. I f you notice most teenage/college age people don't go on the slower ride. They are looking for great SE's and more action. As more and more generations of WDW fans come in the more they will have to come about with major changes. I would say that Epcot is now in its metamorphesus (hope i spelled it right!)

    Wait for even bigger changes to come about..I hear rumors that they are killing the SSE ride and putting a rollercoaster in there. But thats just rumor.

    Thanks for the help Kelly

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  • RebuildtheKingdom
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    LOL Here's one for ya:

    Why do they keep destroying the cohesiveness of EPCOT?

    It used to has a singular, cohesive theme...now it's a patchwork of ill-conceived & executed thrill-rides and the former attractions that sorely need attention.

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  • angryrubberduck
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    Hey Kyle,

    I would love to help answer any questions as well. AS a former CM with several ties to the parks (mainly mk, epcot and AK) I am more than willing to help.

    Kelly/Duck!
    on hiatus from WDW to go to school in the NE.

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  • BigDaddyKyle
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    Have a Question About WDW?????

    Hey All...I'm BDK, the major poster in the WDW threads. Here you can post questiuons about anything WDW. I will try my best to answer them. If I can't answer them by myself then I will look it up on the internet for you...If I still can't answer it I am sure someone in the forums has the answer you are looking for.

    If you have a Question then have at It. Try to stump BDK!!!!!

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