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Which is Better

  • Chicken Little

    Votes: 115 19.7%
  • Hunchback 2

    Votes: 22 3.8%
  • A slow death

    Votes: 446 76.5%

  • Total voters
    583
Hahaha, we had to watch a school bus safety rap, which I've tried to track down on YouTube with no avail. It was on the same par as "Don't Copy That Floppy!", only with nonthreatening 90's hip hop raps about riding a bus.
Could try asking https://animehel.blogspot.com/ for a copy thou I have no clue if they would respond. Despite the name they do have a fuk ton of non anime weirdness from the 30ies to present day. Including an assortment of vintage Disney odds and ends.
 
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XYZpdq

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local media crunches existing numbers to speculate about a Disney World reopening plan to kill time until there's an official proposal on the table

also Orange County's head has signed off on Uni's plan for opening to the general public on the 5th, and all the podunk attractions, now it's up to the governor who's already approved Legoland opening on the first, so this will probably light a fire under the mouse's ass, also looks like Funspot's already reopened today too

edit- I haven't heard specifically that Gov has signed off on it, but Uni is announcing officially it's general admission on the 5th, cast on the first, passholders on the 3rd
 
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Admiral Mantoid

The Senate Society
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Cleavage bad-bad. Big no-no.
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Kari Kamiya

"I beat her up, so I gave her a cuck-cup."
True & Honest Fan
Disney World's never going to reopen, is it?

I'm glad I made one last visit there not too long ago, 2015, before all this went down.

But that was just Magic Kingdom, it's been longer since I've been to the other parks, in the case of EPCOT it's actually been close to 20 years in fact.

What sucks is there was supposed to be some big celebration for their 50th anniversary next year, wasn't there? Who knows if things will be back to normal even in 2021.
 

Steamboat_Bill

Going to beat the record of the Robert E. Lee
I'm glad I made one last visit there not too long ago, 2015, before all this went down.

But that was just Magic Kingdom, it's been longer since I've been to the other parks, in the case of EPCOT it's actually been close to 20 years in fact.

What sucks is there was supposed to be some big celebration for their 50th anniversary next year, wasn't there? Who knows if things will be back to normal even in 2021.

I'm pretty certain we'll have normality in 2021.
 

XYZpdq

fbi most wanted sskealeaton
True & Honest Fan
local media says Orange County mayor says he expects to hear from Disney World about re-opening plans sometime this week
 

Admiral Mantoid

The Senate Society
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Have they put the Ewok movies and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles on Disney+ yet?
No. Not even the Droids cartoon or Clone Wars by Genndy Tartakovsky.
Some are claiming its because they're not part of the "One true canon" of Disney, despite that Lego Star Wars shit is on there, but only the post-Disney stuff (Edit: apparently the lego stuff is canon under Disney too, so I guess its only Disney-Canon stuff allowed).
 

northstar747

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I thought the feet was a nick/pedo thing.

So one issue with streaming services is that they want everything under one brand which is stupid there is a reason disney had touchstone pictures and miramax labels to release stuff outside of the "disney brand"

It woulda worked better if they basically copied cable and had "genric label tech streaming service aka cable" >place holder name for all none walt disney branded content like lucas film etc > super fun disney shit.

Trying to flatten a huge library of film and tv that span wide range topic and age levels to a kid friendly brand is just stupid.
 

Trilby

Sorry, but not sorry!
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No. Not even the Droids cartoon or Clone Wars by Genndy Tartakovsky.
Some are claiming its because they're not part of the "One true canon" of Disney, despite that Lego Star Wars shit is on there, but only the post-Disney stuff (Edit: apparently the lego stuff is canon under Disney too, so I guess its only Disney-Canon stuff allowed).
Shit.

I thought the feet was a nick/pedo thing.

So one issue with streaming services is that they want everything under one brand which is stupid there is a reason disney had touchstone pictures and miramax labels to release stuff outside of the "disney brand"

It woulda worked better if they basically copied cable and had "genric label tech streaming service aka cable" >place holder name for all none walt disney branded content like lucas film etc > super fun disney shit.

Trying to flatten a huge library of film and tv that span wide range topic and age levels to a kid friendly brand is just stupid.
And as we've seen from the examples already mentioned in this thread, they never learn.
 
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