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MiceAge gets televised publicity!!!

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  • MiceAge gets televised publicity!!!

    So last night I was watching television. On Keith Olbermann, he reported on an incident at Disneyland where a visitor poured the ashes of their loved one somewhere in the POTC attraction. Now, Keith didn't mention MiceAge, but he did say the information came from Disneyland news websites, I forget exactly how he worded it. MiceAge obviously didn't get a direct shout-out on his show, but you can bet it was one of the websites he was referring too.

    But then I watched TMZ last night and they reported on the incident as well. However, they mentioned MiceAge a few times during the short segment, showed the MiceAge logo, and even scrolled one of the pages. MiceAge has gone Hollywood!!!

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