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New Disney ride simulates Disney-ABC merger


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  • New Disney ride simulates Disney-ABC merger

    "It's A Small World and Space Mountain meets Barbarians At The Gate"
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    The technology of today is changing the media of tomorrow.

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    Re: New Disney ride simulates Disney-ABC merger

    Again, I have to ask (maybe I asked elsewhere, but I digress):
    Why does CNN post stories created by The Onion?
    Yes, it's funny, but all it takes is some Chinese newpaper to assume it's real.
    (Then, it's REALLY funny!!)
    A sequel ride which details the ouster of Michael Eisner as CEO is rumored to be opening in 2009.
    Oooh, I can't wait!!


    • #3
      Re: New Disney ride simulates Disney-ABC merger

      I think CNN put enough disclaimers on the page for even the Chinese to get the joke. :lol:

      What's scary, though, is that somewhere deep inside TDA, a Disney exec is reading the article and going "hmmmmmm . . . . "

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      • #4
        Re: New Disney ride simulates Disney-ABC merger

        I will only ride if it Eisner is made out of plywood.... and his brain flows out of his body like Pooh, on a blustery day... :botox:
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