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Category Archives: Humor
Patrick Warburton spoofs the ride safety spiel that is so common on every roller coaster or e-ticket attraction, including “Soarin’” which features a ride safety spiel from Warburton himself. Rollercoaster Safety with Patrick Warburton – watch more funny videos You’ll … Continue reading
“Thunder Mountain is a very fast, frightening roller coaster ride. After being on there Ramplin was terrified and worried there was going to be an accident and all of a sudden memories of the accident when he was ten came … Continue reading
The biggest project being worked on in the renowned underground bunkers of Walt Disney World is the ultra-secret Next-Gen system. Known as NGE internally, to differentiate it from the Next-Gen interactive queues that are part of a separate project from … Continue reading
Apparently it involves big bellies… Coming soon to a theme park near you? On second thought, there is so much titillation and stereotyping in this ad, I’m no longer amused. Is this sort of thing typical in Japan?