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Category Archives: World Events
This is not a story that Disneyland likes to have told, but back in the late 80s and early 90s when Japan was enduring a long economic collapse, there were multiple occasions where troubled businessmen from Japan would book a … Continue reading
Unfortunately, this is not a schematic of anything coming to WDW The original idea Walt Disney had for his Florida project was to create a whole new type of city. A place that would be on the cutting edge for … Continue reading
The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund holds a place near to my heart. It carries on the work of Walt Disney by preserving the outdoors, ecosystems, and animals that were so close to Disney’s success with the True Life Adventure series. … Continue reading
Today on CNN SeaWorld head vet Dr. Christopher Dold addressed the issue of the Gulf oil spill. Dr. Dold presented three animals native to the Gulf area, a pelican, alligator, and a spoonbill, explaining exactly how these species will be … Continue reading