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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:01 min | 2 months ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"In money to help support the infrastructure and would provide employment to many of the residents of that cut. And leading up to this Disney and his team had learned a lot. They learned lessons from building out the company's movie studio buildings in Burbank, California They learned even more during the construction and launch of Disneyland Disneyland. You may know also employees the hub and spoke design that radio design. You've got the castle in the center. And the different lands like fantasy land Tomorrow. Land Frontier Land adventure land on the outskirts. It follows that seem idea, and it has that identifiable center with the castle that lets you figure out where you are in relation to everything else pretty quickly. Uh, What does he learned He wanted more control over the environment after he built Disneyland. Because when he build Disneyland, what followed were all these hotels and motels popping up around from other, you know, business owners. And it became kind of a tourist trap area around Disneyland. And what does he didn't like that all? He felt it marred the appearance of Disneyland. So with Florida He wanted to exert a lot more control over the environment so that people would experience that the way he wanted them to, and that they would not have their view of Whatever it was that he wanted to look at, for example, the Magic kingdom they would. He didn't want that marred by tacky hotels or restaurants. The company had landed some pretty darn good deals with the state of Florida. Before this announcement was made, there were lots of tax incentives. There were agreements between city, County and state levels of government. And the Disney company. The groundwork was laid from a political and administrative side and the stage was set and disease plan for a futuristic city, one that would cater to pedestrians and serve as a platform for American industry and ingenuity. Which would then be incorporated directly into the homes themselves. People would have the latest appliances and they would get updated frequently. It was going to be a incredible city of the future. Gonna have your work place nearby recreational facilities at at just a short walk away. It was a phenomenal, phenomenal goal. Walt Disney was really gung ho on this and the whole idea of the American dream in American industry and engineering. So what the heck happened? Why did this vision that wall doesn't he had? Why did this Never materialized. In this way. How did we go from an experimental small city to a much more modest in the grand scheme of things theme park that incorporates some, but not all of these grand visions. And what's going on with that, Kat Now we'll explain. But first, let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor..

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"And then outside of that would be the low density housing the suburbs of Ehb cut these would be for homes with for families, and it would actually hold the majority of Epcot's residents. Most people would be living out in the suburbs. Each residential area would surround the end of one of those spokes I talked about. So if you again imagine a bicycle that has spokes leading out from the center wheel. Or maybe maybe we should say a wagon wheel because as fewer spokes Each spoke would be surrounded by green space. They spoke itself would represent the track for the people mover, so the people mover track would go. Uh, Out and back from the hub along these spokes. Surrounding that track would be this big green space kind of like again. More parks, golf courses, recreational facilities. And on the outer edge of this would actually be the houses and then on the back side of the houses would be a road where people could drive their cars before going underneath to get to Downtown area if they needed to drive their cars. Although Disney's plan was that or of day to day use, you would not even use your car. You would use the people mover transit system to get in and out of that cut. You would only use your car if you needed to go further. Or, you know, you just want to go take the family for a drive. People would either work in the business center or in the industrial complexes that were south of the community or in the theme parks there were north of the community. In the concept. Every citizen of Epcot would be guaranteed a job and the community would be home to around 20,000 people. The community would be a model for a city unit. And future cities might consist of several communities designed in this way, all linked together by monorail lines. And this was an enormously ambitious idea. Walt Disney himself admitted that the challenge was far too big for any one company to take on by itself. That cut would have to be a joint effort. Between many different companies to become a reality. These would have to be Cos that wanted to have a spot and that industrial complex, for example, where they could experiment with different approaches to prototyping and pioneering new systems and practices. The theme park would help bring in money to help support the infrastructure and would provide employment to many of the residents of that cut. And leading up to this Disney and his team had learned a lot. They learned lessons from building out the company's movie studio buildings in Burbank, California They learned even more during the construction and launch of Disneyland Disneyland. You may know also employees the hub and spoke design that radio design. You've got the castle in the center. In the different lands like fantasy land tomorrow. Land Frontier Land adventure land on the outskirts. It follows that seem idea, and it has that identifiable center with the castle that lets you figure out where you are in relation to everything else pretty quickly. Uh, What does he learned He wanted more control over the environment after he built Disneyland. Because when he build Disneyland, what followed were all these hotels and motels popping up around from other, you know, business owners. And it became kind of a tourist trap area around Disneyland. And what does he didn't like that all he felt that marred the appearance of Disneyland. So with Florida He wanted to exert a lot more control over the environment so that people would experience that the way he wanted them to, and that they would not have their view of Whatever it was that he wanted to look at, for example, the Magic kingdom they would. He didn't want that marred by tacky hotels or restaurants. The company had landed some pretty darn good deals with the state of Florida. Before this announcement was made, there were lots of tax incentives. There were agreements between city, County and state levels of government. And the Disney company. The groundwork was laid from a political and administrative side and the stage was set and disease plan for a futuristic city, one that would cater to pedestrians and serve as a platform for American industry and ingenuity. Which would then be incorporated directly into the homes themselves. People would have the latest appliances and they would get updated frequently. It was going to be a incredible city of the future. Gonna have your work place nearby recreational facilities at at just a short walk away. It was a phenomenal, phenomenal goal. Walt Disney was really gung ho on this and the whole idea of the American dream in American industry and engineering. So what the heck happened? Why did this vision that wall? Doesn't he had wine Did this Never materialized. In this way. How did we go from an experimental small city to a much more modest in the grand scheme of things theme park that incorporates some, but not all of these grand visions. What's going on with that, Kat Now we'll explain. But first, let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor..

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

08:19 min | 4 months ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on The WDW Radio Show - Your Walt Disney World Information Station

"Like Kim Irvine you know who have Added to the park and kept. The spirit of the original attraction kept the the spirit of what it should be and Chris. Merritt. Certainly, one of those, and he pitched an idea of on nightmare where visitors would enter through three portal to Halloween town. Because if you remember in the in movie, there were different trees and they had an image for Christmas and image for Eastern July fourth, you enter through the Portal Halloween Wing Town you would board a coffin sleigh. And they trip through the land of Halloween you go through the professor's laboratory. You'd go through boogies, Lehrer you go to the graveyard where we're Jack finally gets Gets, gets the the girl you know but again. They were taking a look at this and it's like. That's a lot of money Yeah. You know and it's only for a short period of time. You know what do we? Can we integrate nightmare before Christmas but you know Without losing the bank here you know. Well and keep in mind too. You know when the film I debuted in Nineteen ninety-three. It. It was a moderate hit. It was not any. It took a little bit of time that it really started to gain this incredible cult following and I guess it's sort of made and it and it was not a Disney fill. It was a touchtone film and they called it Tim. Burton's nightmare before Christmas to to try and set it apart from Disney as well as the fact that they're doing this. Because at this time Burton had had done five financially successful films in a row You Know Batman Beetlejuice pee wee's. Big Adventure all that and so you know it's like. Well, we'll just do this and this just you know all off. Tim Burton's nightmare before Christmas is one of two films that retroactively. Are Now official. Disney films the only other film that started out as a touchstone film and was released as that, and then it was so popular. It became a Disney film who framed Roger Rabbit. Both of those films films were released as touchstone films to distance them from Disney and the Disney brand that but you're right people just discovered them and there was just something in there that. Triggered emotional buttons you know my Gosh. This is what we want. On also fits in the film and the mansion. You Know Macabre yet funny. So you're able to sort of blend the two and create this storyline having Jack. Spreading joy to all the happy haunts that live inside the mansion and I'll tell you jim like as a as a personal. Aside I love Halloween like I love Halloween and I love Christmas and I like Tim Berne Look I love beetlejuice the original Batman is my backhand and I'm a big guy and for some reason I've never been able to sort of emotionally wrap myself around nightmare before. Christmas so. The first time that I went to Disneyland during the holidays, I was concerned that I wasn't going to enjoy it, but there's something about that overlaid that I just absolutely love get an open back in in two thousand, one that I absolutely love and I, know people talk all the time about you know why do we not have this Disney world and I think it's just I think there's I think there's a variety of reasons one I think the the crowd, the visitors in Disneyland is more local. I think people in Walt Disneyworld who remember it takes two months to do this conversion if they come to walters role than the and haunted mansion this classic. Cornerstone attraction is closed. It's going to disappoint potential a lot of people and I don't necessarily know that there's the same affinity for nightmare here as there is over there and I look I still even now hear people say, well, the hundred mansion it's too long because it's basically almost four months plus two months of time to convert it. So in Disneyland. The classic haunted mansion is only available really about half the year but haunted mansion the nightmare overlay is still incredibly incredibly popular there. And again, the official Disney. nation is that you're right the the audience is. Different at Disneyland. It's local. It's annual pass holders there. Continually familiar with the attraction they would always have an opportunity to come back and see the original attraction, but by having something Out of the ordinary something different that you know generates greater attendance. People would come back more frequently to see that at Disneyworld, the audiences more international people. Save up three to five years to come to Walt Disneyworld. They would be disappointed if they came in the attraction was closed or it wasn't the traditional attraction that they had. Read about and seeing and all that being said. At one point. They were going to do the overlay at Walt Disneyworld. And then at the last moment, chicken out and everything that was being built for Walt, Disneyworld got shipped to Tokyo Disneyland Disneyland used. and one of the and again, the story line the hundred mentioned overlay is this takes place after the film and and Jack has discovered. You know all these happy haunts but they know nothing about Christmas and so he's going to bring Christmas to them and those presents that we saw you know in the film and what's interesting is all of those audio adamant phonics those were the first ones not built by. Disney. Those are the ones built by Garner hold productions and Garner Holt is a superstar real love of. Disney, you know they actually gave him all all of the spare parts and everything. They had you know and so he does audio animatronic now, not just for Disney but for other places but he does it for for Disney and a lot of guests don't realize I was talking to his creative director is a lot of the stuff. You see the over late isn't shipped in it's just hiding in little spaces around corners and and things that if you turned on the lights, you know any attraction you. These. Things are something that is new that is brought in each. Of course, is the gingerbread house on the table The grand ballroom you know where it takes roughly fifty pounds of gingerbread. Bakers working at the central bakery just right across the street you know to make it and and it's different each year and I did get an opportunity to experience the overlay once and and like you it was like. This really makes sense. This works. This is this is good I I thought that this was going to be you know. hokey..

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:22 min | 5 months ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"So this is no longer in the bubble. This is outside the bubble. And then outside of that would be the low density housing the suburbs of Ehb cut. These would be for homes with families, and it would actually hold the majority of Epcot's residents. Most people would be living out in the suburbs. Each residential area would surround the end of one of those spokes I talked about. So if you again imagine a bicycle that has spokes leading out from the center wheel. Or maybe maybe we should say a wagon wheel because as fewer spokes Each spoke would be surrounded by green space. The spoke itself would represent the track for the people mover, so the people mover track would go. Out and back from the hub along these spokes. Surrounding that track would be this big green space kind of like again. More parks, golf courses, recreational facilities. And on the outer edge of this would actually be the houses and then on the back side of the houses would be a AH road where people could drive their cars before going underneath to get to The downtown area if they needed to drive their cars. Although Disney's plan was that for day to day use, you would not even use your car. You would use the people mover transit system to get in and out of that cut. You would only use your car if you need to go further. Or, you know, you just want to go take the family for a drive. People would either work in the business center or in the industrial complexes that were south of the community or in the theme parks there were north of the community. In the concept. Every citizen of that cut would be guaranteed a job and the community would be home to around 20,000 people. The community would be a model for a city unit. And future cities might consist of several communities designed in this way, all linked together by monorail lines. And this was an enormously ambitious idea. Walt Disney himself admitted that the challenge was far too big for any one company to take on by itself up cut would have to be a joint effort. Between many different companies to become a reality. These would have to be Cos that wanted to have a spot and that industrial complex, for example, where they could experiment with different approaches to prototyping and pioneering new systems and practices. The theme bark would help bring in money to help support the infrastructure and would provide employment to many of the residents of that cut. And leading up to this Disney and his team had learned a lot. They learned lessons from building out the company's movie studio buildings in Burbank, California They learned even Mohr during the construction and launch of Disneyland Disneyland. You may know also employees the hub and spoke design that radial design. You've got the castle in the center. And the different lands like fantasy land Tomorrow. Land Frontier Land adventure land on the outskirts. It follows that same idea, and it has the identifiable center with the castle lets you figure out where you are in relation to everything else pretty quickly. What does he learned He wanted more control over the environment after he built Disneyland. Because when he build Disneyland, what followed were all these hotels and motels popping up around from other business owners? And it became kind of a tourist trap E area around Disneyland. And what does he didn't like that all? He felt it marred the appearance of Disneyland. So with Florida He went to exert a lot more control over the environment so that people would experience at the way he wanted them to, and that they would not have their view of Whatever it was that he wanted to look at. For example, the Magic Kingdom. They wouldn't He didn't want that marred by tacky hotels or restaurants. And the company had landed some pretty darn good deals with the state of Florida. Before this announcement was made, there were lots of tax incentives. There were agreements between city, County and state levels of government. And the Disney company. The groundwork was laid from a political and administrative side and the stage was set and disease plan for a futuristic city, one that would cater to pedestrians and serve as a platform for American industry and ingenuity, which would then be incorporated directly into the homes themselves. People would have the latest Appliances and they would get updated frequently. It was going to be Oh, incredible city of the future. I'm gonna have your work place nearby recreational facilities at Ah, just a short walk away. It was a phenomenal, phenomenal goal. Walt Disney was really gung ho on this and the whole idea of the American dream in American industry and engineering. So what the heck happened? Why did this vision that Walt Disney had? Why did this Never materialize. In this way. How did we go from an experimental small city to a much more modest in the grand scheme of things theme park that incorporates some, but not all of these grand visions. And what's going on with that, Kat Now we'll explain. But first, let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor. My heart radio's new true crime podcast paper Ghosts investigates a decades long search for four young girls who vanished from their neighboring New England home towns like the face of the Earth. If you tried to say anything to them about her fate is like that. But recently uncovered evidence could change everything immediately. Just sat on the floor like somebody just punched me in the guy. Listen and follow paper ghosts on the I heart radio ad or wherever you listen to podcasts. So you think drinking alcohol can't hurt you. Unless you have a big time. Say adios to large chunks of your brain. Major damage is already being done.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Worst Firsts

Worst Firsts

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Worst Firsts

"All and then? I. Love on Tiktok. I. Thank you. But there are actual like Tiktok Stars freaking love like Britney Boesky. Her to. Christina snaps is that is that the average fashion blogger chick? She's the one who does the cactus she got the cat is from targeted. She was like things I by at late night shopping at target alibi. God is like one of my favorite video it was there's a lot of tiktok stars me like actively tiktok obsessed with but yes, I am on the APP and I love it and they and they love you on their. Killing it I. Love It. So you know my God, what are you talking about I remember when you literally like I was telling you it was like girl I don't think the Hash Tags are working. Beth and the you out of nowhere just like getting three, hundred, four, hundred of us, the video and I'm like she showing her Nelson. pull. These I mean look at today. Hello? Dad I love you. I'm talking about like God. Bless you. Okay, what we need to get to the T. Because this is worse I O. On the worst podcast talk about all the worship that's ever happened. Right and we know you've been through some shit. Yes i. mean you have to like you have so many worse? I mean. So I mean I don't know where you want to start. Oh my God. Okay. Well, what does the normal thing of virtually what does people people are usually talking about worse date hold that the one the Disneyland Disneyland. So we actually have a video on your channel that's called a worse I Alex James. This is when I I was trying out worse I it's old youtube video before it was a podcast she founded that my house. Shoes she joining me on the red couch. Did you private video now? It's. Like. Yeah. I don't. Video it's it's deleted. But in that video, I was telling her about the first time I. This one guy that I met anyways literally a week after we had filmed that video I met this other guy and. Another Day tender right? He's looking he was. God He was six like he was like taller than yes. He really shows. Okay. So what happens? So we were talking on tender for like. Three days of whatever and I was like he gave me his number and I was like, okay cool. We facetime literally that night. Okay. This isn't sketchy and he looked like himself himself he was so cool. So chill or whatever and his Disney past Disney thing hold your mic your. He's OPTUS. Did you have a fast pass Ended in like a month and he wasn't going to Redo it or two weeks or whatever she was like do you want to go to Disneyland and I was like, yeah cool. WHO DOESN'T WANNA. Cry. So we go to Disneyland and. Oh. My God. So he's like fit right and you know when dating somebody or when you're somebody is fit the protein smell like the farts. Oh No. No. Shake his hand plan. What was that? It was nothing it was the teacups. Thank God. We need to address the smokers lap. We'll get there. I had my ways before this whore. Got Me Own. Right now I don't smoke cigarettes anymore. I know smoke they. We will get to this story. This frigging horror right here got me hooked on cigarettes they were stopped. Kept. So she's like way and she's like wait wait you smoke ten packs a day. That's bad for you. You should really get it together. Age Really. It was American Spirit organics convinced him that smoking was okay because it was American spirits and they were organic our she's my idol. Got Himself Addicted 'cause he wanted to Hang Albany I'm Dan. Okay. Wait look we're walking at Disneyland you start smelling protein walking around Disneyland. No No. No, it don't smell. At. All. It's because they also don't pretend they eat like healthy. Yeah. Go. For those of you that know people that are all plant based like us like sometimes you get a little stinky. Okay, anyways beano, which would be okay if like we were together. Yeah. Not Our first day. So so tell me. So we're walking around and literally like we just. Like the things were. So he went in before me and got. The healthy. He literally farts it. I don't hear crop dusted you through the turnstile. Okay. So Appear here I'm figuring this out all the time. Right are I don't realize this right I don't. Know what I'm saying I don't know what to the okay. anyways. So I'm just like I go through and I'm like. What's up. Like. The smells. Garbage and even the lady that was like checking US embassies like. were. The lady just pass out on it was inhumanly Oh right away. Okay. So you guys first of all if you're going on a date, you need to unload your cannon okay. You need to take some Shit's before you get on the day mice Oh sweaty. Lacking wake crap. His your fat gained forty pounds. I am when? You look great know. But literally, the you guys need to shit before you go on dates like girls and guys just unload your canning because you don't want to be on the day and have a fucking bowling ball coming out your ass like it's GonNa Smell there's no way to hide it. Okay..

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:39 min | 7 months ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Federal properties a puzzle to me. I do not know Seattle. I've never been there. But it's been a very liberal city, very progressive city for some time. It seems strange that there would be all this tension in a city that's so disposed to the protesters. Jeff it's a Ziff Seattle agrees with everything they want. Seattle is a different kind of city where you have these big businesses like throwing an Amazon there, but you have a very strong extreme left president. You see it in the elected officials of the various programs that they're there. But we have to remember if you go back to the late nineties, and you had the World Trade Organization riots there. It really kind of a set their hooks in Seattle ever since, and it's been a presence, A Zay said. The anarchists, the Anna fun and other groups who are always pushing not because of election or because of something that happened to a person in certain race, but really pushing because they want to change the system. Now, let's let's try for some happy news. Because good heavens, it seems like the West Coast is of and going through a bad patch here. Disneyland Disneyland wants to reopen and downtown Disney has reopened. You sent me some photographs. It looks lovely, but where the people Good question when downtown Disney, which is a shopping in restaurant area adjacent to the park we need open. They're pretty good lines, even though they were doing the social spacing bit there, But it seems that people have faded away. Now you're not seeing nearly as many people as As you saw in the photos I sent you from today. You know, you could just point that cat not hit anybody. In some instances, you probably have a handful of people there. People are very nervous on the West Coast about what's gonna happen with further shutdowns are also worried about you know what's going on in civil unrest, So that's kind of keeping a lot of people down. Just like it was before we lock down are the rules for Disney, especially onerous. I don't recall They certainly want business, and it looks like there's plenty of room for social distancing. They s so it's a puzzle to me. Why people? I mean, we wish we had something like downtown Disney here in New York. We don't have any restaurants to go to. And what's really interesting is downtown. Disney, like many cities now have changed the way that they operate, so they've moved from inside to outside. They created these large patio serving areas. I saw that in a number of cities throughout California this weekend, where they've actually just taken streets out, and they turned him into shopping and eating areas. But downtown Disney people are just seems to me. People are thinking. You know what? Maybe it's too early to go back there. I don't want to chance in the crowd's Jeff Bless his Pacific Watch at the Oakland International Airport, where the surprise attack on the Alameda County Courthouse.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

12:11 min | 1 year ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on TechStuff

"Com slash curiosity in that nineteen sixty six film. Walt Disney said that the primary factor that would drive the design principles for Epcot would be public need that designing the city with the public. Need in mind from the get-go would create the best chance of building a community that met those needs from the start. So ideally you would take all. The knowledge accumulated through decades of urban planning and use it to lay out the city in a logical intuitive way so that the city is adapted to the people living in it rather than the citizens having to adapt to the city. So how is it laid out goes back to that? Radio design. Imagine a wheel like a bicycle wheel and has a hub in the middle and their spokes from the hub leading out to the outer edge. That's the basic design of the original Epcot Does he was attracted to this particular design for a few reasons for one. It was really efficient. Having controlled points of entry and a radial design allowed for efficient circulation of traffic and for another it also made it easy to navigate. Orienting yourself in such a layout was relatively easy. You had an identifiable central point and predictable layout surrounding it so even if you got a little turned around it'd be pretty easy to find your way back to a familiar point and then figure out where you were from there. So at the center the hub part. The middle of the circle would be the sort of the downtown section of this community. It'd be at a sort of a business complex. It's where you'd find office buildings Corporate jobs things like that. It's also where you would find. Major Cultural Centers museums. Theatres entertainment complexes restaurants would be in this section night life locations clubs. That kind of thing would be there. It would incorporate all the elements we associate with a vibrant downtown area of a major city. And the very center of the sub would be that hotel. I mentioned the thirty story. Tall Hotel and that hotel would also have a deck measuring seven acres in size and that seven Acre deck would also have recreational areas including according to the concept drawings ponds. There'd be parks. The deck would be several stories above the pedestrian level of the city centre. So you have to go into tell and go up to the right floor to get out on that deck and incredibly the entire section this whole downtown part of Epcot was supposed to be enclosed in a climate controlled dome. This the center of Epcot was a city in a bubble. Which if you've experienced laura heat and humidity was likely a big selling point to a lot of the people who were thinking about this design because being able to stroll around Shopping Plaza or walk to work or just wandering downtown without being subjected. The swamping mess that is a Florida. Summer was a truly futuristic idea. Now on the ground level of the city the only way to really get around by foot You might be able to use something like an electric scooter or a bicycle as well. Although that was more intended for further out from the center. But we'll get to that so you'd really be the pedestrian Wandering around here because all the car traffic would be below you. It would be underground and all the public transit would be above you on elevated rails. Either the people mover on its own elevated track or the monorail on its elevated track and those last two the people mover and the monorail would also be electric powered vehicles so at least in theory they would operate quietly and they would not generate pollution. Although I got to back that up a little bit because you have to generate the electricity that runs the system so depending upon how you generated the electricity you can still be generating a lot of pollution. It's just it'd be in a different part of the chain right a different part of the ecosystem. It'd be the electricity generation part but not the direct operation of the vehicle. But you still have to look at the big picture. You can't just look at tiny sections and just say is automatically better but it was an interesting idea. The monorail would have a station under the hotel at the Transportation Center as I mentioned so It would still be located on the ground floor of the city itself right. The Transportation Center would be on the pedestrian level of this city in the hotel would be essentially like the lobby of the hotel as I would imagine. It would be floor to now on the outskirts of this sector the Center. The hub of the city would be high density apartment housing so before Folks are working right there in downtown Might be for single people who are working within that city. It could be people who are working in the theme park and who aren't d you know they don't the I don't have their own families but they need a place to live but this would give them very quick access to that theme park because again the theme park would be connected by monorail to the north so this was not the main part of housing. It was just one element of it. The only a small percentage of epcot population would be living in high density apartment. It's according to the promotional film now the next section out from the center. So you've got downtown. You're the high density apartments immediately surrounding downtown around. That was a green belt of parks. So the next layer out. If you're thinking of a of it like target the next ring outside. The Bullseye was green belt. So you had Parks Golf Courses. Sporting fields football fields baseball diamonds. That kind of stuff and this would be the section that would serve as location also for things like schools and churches and it would be play space for the city where people could come and spend time outside so this is no longer in the bubble. This is outside the bubble and then outside of that would be the low density housing the suburbs of uppercut these would be for homes with a for families and it would actually hold the majority of Epcot residents most people would be living out in the suburbs. H residential area would surround the end of one of those spokes. I talked about so if you again imagine a bicycle that has spokes leading out from the center wheel. Or maybe maybe we should say a wagon wheel because it has fewer spokes. Each spoke would be surrounded by Greenspace The the spoken self would represent the track for the people mover so the people mover track would go out and back from the hub along the spokes surrounding that track would be this big greenspace. Kinda like Again more parks. Golf courses Recreational facilities and on the outer edge of this would actually be the houses and then on the backside of the houses would be a road where people can drive their cars before going underneath to get to the downtown area if they needed to drive their cars. Although Disney's plan was that four day to day use he would not even used car you would use the people mover transit system to get in and out of Epcot at. You would only use your car if you need to go further or you know. He just wanted to go. Take the family for a drive. People would either work in the business center or in the industrial complexes that were south of the community or in the theme parks were north of the community and the concept every citizen of Kat would be guaranteed a job and the community would be home to around twenty thousand people. The community would be a model for city. Unit and future cities might consist of several communities designed in this way all linked together by monorail lines and this was an enormously ambitious idea. Walt Disney himself admitted. The challenge was far too big for any one company to take on by itself. Epcot would have to be a joint effort between many different companies to become a reality. These companies that wanted to have a spot in that industrial complex for example where they could experiment with different approaches to prototyping and pioneering new systems and practices. The theme park would help bring in money to help. Support the infrastructure and would provide employment to many of the residents of Epcot and leading up to this Disney and his team had learned a lot. They learned lessons from building out the company's movie studio buildings in Burbank California. They learned even more during the construction and launch of Disneyland Disneyland. You may know also employs the hub and spoke design that radio design. You've got the castle in the center and the different lands like fantasy land tomorrow. Land Frontier Land Adventure land on the outskirts. If that same idea and it has that identifiable centre with the castle that lets you figure out where you are in relation to everything else. Pretty quickly Walt Disney learned. He wanted more control over the environment after he built Disneyland because when he built Disneyland. What followed. Were all of these hotels and motels popping up around from other business owners and it became kind of a tourist trap. E area of Disneyland and Walt Disney didn't like that all he felt it marred. The appearance of Disneyland so if Florida. He wanted to exert a lot more control over the environment so that people would experience it the way he wanted them to and that they would not have their view of whatever it was that he him to look at for example the magic kingdom they wouldn't he didn't want that marred by tacky hotels or restaurants and the company had landed some pretty darn good deals with the state of Florida before this announcement was made there were lots of tax incentives there were agreements between City County and state levels of government and the Disney Company. The groundwork was laid from a political and administrative side and the stage was set. Then Disney's plan for a futuristic city. One that would cater to pedestrians at serve as a platform for American industry ingenuity which would then be incorporated directly into the homes themselves. People would have the latest appliances and they would get updated frequently. It was going to be a an incredible city of the future going to have your workplace nearby recreational facilities at at a just a short walk away. It was a phenomenal goal while Disney was really Gung Ho on this and the whole idea of the American dream an American industry and engineering. So what the heck happened. Why did this vision? That Walt Disney had blinded. This never materialized in this way. How did we go from an experimental small city to a much more modest in the grand scheme of things theme park that incorporates? Some but not all of these grand visions and what's going on with Epcot. Now we'll explain but first let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor this episode is brought to you by Sonos move. It's a battery powered smart speaker. It has a charging station so you can have just plugged into the charging station as a as a stationary speaker. It works great. Sounds amazing. It's also battery-powered seeking just lifted Ralph the station. 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School Closures: What Parents Need To Know

Dr. Daliah

04:33 min | 1 year ago

School Closures: What Parents Need To Know

"I'm sorry one of our listeners wants to know what would a bomb school shut down look like and a soul okay I don't know about you guys I have college student and I have a high school student and there's been a lot of discussion of I think I think I just heard like V. why you was going to cancel graduation I'm not sure if classes are canceled I'll hold on a second let me take a look at this B. Y. U. graduation just right yes yeah Utah's moved most of their classes online not sure about the why you one of our other listeners is asking about B. Y. U. N. and what we'll talk about that later but what's happening I I that I could say personally is my kid who's in college are you one of the they're going to be all going on spring break this next week and then I know they have the like are you gonna go what what were you gonna go yeah I mean you can go to Disneyland Disneyland shutdown but spring break a lot of older kids go to Disneyland my kids no matter how old love Disneyland V. two all my gosh I mean it does is it just you know because they got the roller coasters and they got the you know the Yankees and it's just Yummy it is just I it's crazy but anyway anyway I'm sure he does the world might close at the end of Sunday through the end of the month all right what will kind of give you guys updates on that just because you guys have tickets for that so what college my kid is supposed to be going to on my class is going to be our spring break and then he's going to do all my classes and from home I don't know if he's going to be allowed to go to the library he loves to study the library it's interesting he's going to the same college that I did one of the V. he studied the same library I did the baby were mommy used to be's my little mommy yeah so I don't I don't know I mean he gets you know he could stir crazy at the house so he's going to get on my cat classes that we heard from my kids high school that they are slowly transitioning making sure all the teachers are ready to go with online classes in case they have to you know you know pull the plug on interim classes which is kind of frustrating because you know you know kids you know like to be around other kids and you know they want to sell you know group study and you know for certain dates and all that we should you would think see a drop in as TV's what college is closing down in high schools possibly closing down but so what would that look like what what would it look like if the kids don't have school your kindergarteners you're all that well it's not a good situation at all but understandable if they are trying to limit this virus because they think it's gonna get worse than they think more people to get sick then you know making sure that the kids don't have a hot bed of this and allow it to rule and then come home keeping them isolated because kids are great transporters for bugs they're a little you know germ sponges you know what IT help from a coronavirus standpoint in terms of you not being able to work even working from home it's really hard to do with kids I mean my kids mom mom mom mom mom mom mom mom mom mom mom what are I forgot okay well I'm working if you remember mom yeah a can I eat now mom the nothing you get bored kids get bored in the house you know I have a bigger board you're trying to work then you know but I you know I mean if the schools closed schools close from what I understand in New York with there's a lockdown they're doing for a couple weeks those who get free breakfast and free lunch it's going to be delivered to the house so it you know you'd have you know more of a delivery issue but I would probably say if you know your kids are going to be you know home you're gonna have to do some outdoor stuff you know the weather's gonna start getting nicer to maybe take it to the park in old thankfully there you know more than three feet away from anybody else maybe just a campaign maybe do some hiking but you know being around others is you know supposedly supposed to be a no no we're really going to get to know our family our way you know I I am so afraid that my mom might say why don't I just bunker down with you guys all my guys talk about divorce rates up that he would leave

Sleeping with Bedbugs

2 Docs Talk

07:48 min | 1 year ago

Sleeping with Bedbugs

"Bed. Bugs have been around forever like before the Pyramids were built and they were a real problem from Alenia until we started using pesticides in a big way particularly de now that is banned pesticide. Use has been really restricted. They're starting to make a comeback. Now call it a comeback. They've been here for years. Cool J is that you also increases in travel have open doors for the little buggers true. That's the classic story. Some poor slob goes on vacation to Disneyland and comes home with Bit Bucks. I thought Disneyland is where you went to get. Measles to poor Disneyland Disneyland's a big corporation. May We don't want to associate them with diseases. Not SMALL FRY. You may ask. They are blood feeding insects in a nutshell right like lice except unlikely they don't live on humans just near us the hang out close to where we sleep or spent sedentary time which is most often in the bedroom but if you're looking for bedbugs it's unlikely you'll see them right here on the bed. Usually there'll be in cracks and crevices in the mattresses or under baseboards around bedside tables. Don't forget clothes. Hang on clothes as well. Yeah and when you go to bed or pull and that shirt that you got from posh mark the jump start feasting. They're not like crawling around on the surface of the closer like in the seams or something like tucked away. So you don't you're not gonNA notice it. Yeah and when we feasting we mean they really settle in and make a meal of it. They don't just take a quick nibble in the runoff. To find someone else to nibble on. They hang out for like five to ten minutes second way like they tuck in and then they finished with that spot they move on down and chump again and start over yeah. They're like the French. I mean they savor their media which is why the bites are in this sort of linear pattern up and down. Someone's arm or leg or abdomen. Or wherever. Yeah escapees also have a linear pattern by the way. But they make burrows tunnels bedbug bites are on exposed parts of the skin like arms and legs if you sleep in shorts and even the face they can sometimes face and they leave a series of bumps with this little center and they are itchy or not. Some people won't be bothered by the bites at all. They might not even have a significant reaction to them or even notice them. That's true but for most people the BYS are usually no big deal. They'll go away after seven to ten days. You might need a little topical steroid cream if the itching is really bad. Or maybe a Benadryl or something but if you have an infestation it'll just keep getting the bites until you get rid of the bug so it doesn't matter if they go around away in seven to ten days because you're getting bit tomorrow night rid of the bugs is no easy task. I am sorry to say that is true but I even before you do that. You have to confirm that it's well and truly bedbugs that are causing a rash and this means you have to catch the suckers and that's kind of hard to do because as we mentioned they don't live honest just near us. There are sometimes clues to the present so like little spots of blood on the sheets and then there's the smell the smell so apparently bedbugs practice. Fairmont that really stinks and is quite noticeable with big time infestations. I've never actually knowingly smelled a bedbug. So me neither but it has been various in described to me knock wood some people say it. Smells like wet towels or gyms hawks. I read that it smells like Cardamon or rotten raspberries. Maybe this smell is dependent on the blood type of the host. The host has been eating. Served the terroir for grapes. Wonder if there's any interesting study in there somewhere probably not probably but here's the coolest thing you can train dogs to detect bedbugs based on the smell. That is cool yet. They can do so much to do what you have to have. A bunch of bed bugs though which seems like it might be hard to get. You can buy them online. I looked you can get anything. You want at Alice's restaurant or Amazon this time it's by bedbugs. Dot Com not Amazon. So theoretically you could train your doctor smell bedbugs. You could also go to local training courses in the Austin area for example it. I'm guessing you look those up. Yeah Yeah. They're probably available at any major metropolitan area. Austin is Weird. Listeners are interested. I can't see a need for private individuals to have a bed bug detection dog please. Nobody go by bedbugs. We not recommending that as just a recipe for things going wrong and then blaming to stupor definitely not recommend. We say do not go by bedbugs to train dog. Please but a pesticide service or hotel. That would be very useful. That's true yes what I. Yeah that's what I thought anyway. Getting rid of them is very difficult. That's the bottom line regardless of whether you have a dog that can smell them or not and people have tried various things dripping off the sheets pillow cases of the bed linens washing them one hundred twenty degree Fahrenheit water because apparently they'd killed at or above this temperature. Yeah but they don't live in your bed. They live around it. So most people suggest manually removing them a cleaning aggressively to get rid of them scraping them out from under the baseboards. And maybe it's time you throughout that mattress you button. Nineteen Ninety eight and stop buying clothes on mark. Never never honestly you know if I got bedbugs I would have no objection to using in my house. Well we're getting there and here's the thing you know how you can put everything in a bag sealed up leave it for a few days in the lifestyle. Yeah not so with bedbugs. They can live in this sort of dormant state without eating for over a year. So none of that stuff. We just mentioned really works. If you have a true infestation the best unfortunately most expensive solution is to call an exterminator. Yeah a reputable one. And don't try to yourself because people have developed serious health problems particularly neurological problems from pesticides. I bought online or by using pesticides incorrectly. Yeah the best medicine though when it comes to. Bedbugs is prevention. Just don't get them in the first place right. So if you notice a musty cardamom raspberry smell and your hotel room. Just leave keeps your case off the floor. Done impact. Put your clothes in the dresser and when you get home wash all your clothes and a hundred twenty degree Fahrenheit water. I'm not really sure. How hot water is it's coming out of my tap. You said it at the hot water heater just to make sure you use a meat thermometer and check the water coming out of my Faucet. One hundred and forty degrees. That's some hot water. I know he's water. Heater is set to something different. Just make sure yours will get the job done so. Do you recommend that like if you come in from a trip just through your stuff directly in the washing machine before you even bring it into your bedroom. Yeah I mean. How's that going to hurt? Yeah I mean. She can't do if they're in your suitcase. Well you gotta you gotTa throw away your suitcase every time every trip Sam Moon here. I travel with the plastic trash bag. There we go okay so we've talked about. The rash is usually no big deal but occasionally the bites can get infected and people can show up in clinic with impetigo even cellulitis. In which case they would need to antibiotic to treat the secondary secondary bacterial infection. But this doesn't happen very often now but what you do see more often than one might think are mental health issues related to bedbugs. I would think it would make me crazy. I mean bedbugs can cause serious anxiety even. Ocd symptoms. There's a social stigma around them. That really shouldn't be there right and you people don't get invested because they're dirty. We live on this planet with lots of other creatures in occasionally. We live somewhat closer than my mother-in-law announced to everybody underdog. She got bed bugs. When she went to Taiwan. It was a great conversation piece for a while. She had no shame. And that's how it should be the rest of us.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

11:51 min | 1 year ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Probably Science

"Has has that. I'm not like call them up for being a creeper but even that like Andy would you save time to get a slow to gravestones in the middle. The what happens when you fight a tape where it's all of this suggests many gravestones but they're all gravestones from like the late nineties. He's No war or battle with your dad filming. It's just this thing. Yeah you don't have you taken numerous screening at Hollywood forever. The whole God. I love that kick out of it. Yeah I hate that in the summer. Drives you crazy. Come from Santa. Monica gets Awful things I've sat there for over an hour trying to get back your last five blocks. I want to be buried there and I want to you you guys. Have you are responsible for doing this. Outright put a cup holder on my tombstone so that people screenings see my name is fuck you bro. Thanks man what I'm saying like forever for the next hundred years people be like good dude. Thanks a lot pal. What are you picturing? The is it just like that. The granite itself is cut out out. And it's got because that's going to break it's gotta be no. I mean I think if it was like a strong kind of wired thing like any attached to uh-huh replaced but I feel like I should have you got to make sure you make enough money. You can have put some money into a trust and a custodian who is calm. Well even even as frankly as beverage containers changed is over the next. You know right now you want it to be like tallboy shape or size. But I'm not sure that that's the way we're going to be consuming our beverages throw out suggestion here for you. Take early of it but I think you could also like embedded some sort of bottle opener into the side. Oh Holy Shit this cost. Nothing actually was buckets. Doc It's underneath that catches the we'll think about it. The maintenance could be paid for just by the recycled value. If you leave the bottle of the cap and then those get recycled Michael. Yeah you don't have to put some caps on the top of the Jewish tradition where they get the brock surprise. No one this yet. It is still have vacancies. No I think that's when you go there unless there's probably a part of it. That's not that you don't walk through for the screenings that may be still active but but everything full as of like the late nineties. I have not seen what I would consider like new new gravestones. Their Hollywood was full as of the late night. He's still do it. Can't get into the earth. Science was sent twelve. I like this. Yeah I hadn't actually heard of these before. The articles blood falls heard of this before. Yes we covered them on a television show. That I once made really looks like good. Yeah so scientists finally finally solve the mystery of America's blood falls The blood red falls tumble out of a glacier. One hundred feet two elite below and yeah look at the story which willing to in the show notes. It's to see this very graphic very like part of March of the penguins. The Bataan death march of the penguins Flood could very well be mashups patrol of Penguin. Tears compare route on some other So yes blood. Falls is an aptly named feature in an Arca. The one hundred stream of water running down the side of a glacier is a deep rich blood red that we've known for decades what causes the red color it took more than a hundred years for scientists to discover the source of blood falls a secret ancient underground lake. That's a cool sentence secret around lake. Tell me who that anarchic historian and who founded it would have been Australian explorer Griffith Taylor during an expedition in one thousand nine eleven at the time he other explorers guests that the red color might be caused by algae living being the water. It's unearthly it's surreal. It's unreal says Steve Martin. That guy can do everything. This is fucking leave. Simpler the restaurant. A man and Arctic historian Steve Martin told motherboard on latest episode of Science. Solved it so when Griffith Taylor and his friends saw the blood falls coming a flowing doing read out of the end of the Taylor Glacier. They must've was it hardy callback. Because what are the chances Griffith Taylor. They must have thought it was just another incredible oddity in a very strange part of the world which it is but those scientists later realized it was the high iron content that turned the water. Bloody Red I would've guessed iron that. Yeah well I mean to be fair. I've been doing some writing for a thing recently about About assault about high salinity basically just discovered hutt lagoon for the first time. Do you guys know goon. Is it the pink one in Australia. Yeah it's fucking and say actually occurring This is algae. Oh is it okay. I would've guessed iron over. Algae for blood falls cause algae tend to like warmer climates. Good points yeah good call. Nothing lives in it or not kicking it and we're having being tons of algae blooms lately in the Pacific that kills off all the seafood and it's because of all the warming is the the temperature of the ocean is is that why my scallops are harder harder to come by. I know it's a huge problem. It's really cancels lobster fast. I'm out that's one care about all I have left is happy Honda days and I don't over-fish to the points of the bay is overrun plume. So I had to make sure I said enough time so I like actually talk about science. But then there's a whole underground lakes that they discovered. Yes yes so they didn't realize was high iron content. That turned the water. Buddy read the water oxidises and turns red when exposed to air but still didn't know where the water was coming from or how the falls formed. We didn't know where the Brian came from. We didn't know how it made. Its way through. The glacier explained Aaron Pettitte on the Petite Man Pettit sure one of the scientists who saw the mystery of blood falls. If the Brian started at the base of the glacier it should have continued to flow at the base instead the Brian squirted out the top of the glacier and float down over the edge eventually joining a nearby lake so to figure it out foreign pettit inner team trek across the glacier and took measurements using radio wave sensor the instruments sends radio pulses into ice which move freely through the frozen glacier however when the waves hit the salty slushy water flowing blood falls they scatter allowing the researchers to map exactly where the water was sneaking through the glacier eventually identified that the immense pressure of the ice squeeze the water trapped in an ancient underground lake below up through the glacier. So it's pretty powerful pressurized brine in that conduit but it said even though it's not always escorting at the top of the glacier. It's always city within the ice there as a pressurized slushy ice mess which I don't know if I looked like the qualified a mess at enough for us to say say. The team published their findings able to confirm them. When drilling team visited the region? The following year by using the map petting her team created the drilling crew located where the underground source should be and got to work. Sure enough red. Brian squirted up around the drill. There's a lot of sort of poetic license being taken with article points along with the finding the source of light falls a scientist also provided more context for life forms that had previously been discovered. They're tiny microbes capable of surviving a super salty. High iron very cold holds water without sunlight under glacier. It turns out these extreme of files. I guess that means you love extreme extreme file myself as that's the whole movie point break is about that totally they were even more extreme than previously recognized and studying them further it can help us understand how life might survive and other extreme environments such as Outer Space Base Tar. Degrades baby okay. I just saw that this was vice and now like everywhere. Choice in his article makes total sense to me. Now I picture. She was taken by Terry. Richardson I'm deeply disappointed that there's not. I have a feeling that the secret mysterious underground lake like as they're describing just just sorta slushy mess trapped within a glacier really hoping for like a dope picture of a giant under like a journey to the center of the Earth that they found that was going to be all red and brining. And and one of the ATTENBOROUGH's whichever one isn't the wind from the nature documentaries is welcoming you to it. Oh yes which is it. Re- Richards the Richard is the actor. Okay yeah they're both ulcers though I think they should be both been connected. There's a water park ride in Denver. That's seemed after journey to the center of the Earth is is there yesterday. Oh no yeah and it has. It has like animatronic dinosaurs. But it's like from the early nineties and it's not kept up wells they just kinda increase in slight disrepair. Yeah Yeah it's pretty great. I was terrified of. It is scary. I mean 'cause that's just just science just overwhelming dinosaurs poorly centers of things. I don't WanNa get into analyze the science of star wars but like once I saw the remnants of the death star whatever that thing was then I started thinking about the scale of it and I'm getting so mad because it's supposed to be the size of a moon. That's the station. Yeah so like moons have their own. Gravity is if you SA- cute big issue with so the middle of it would have to be a superstructure so that's capable of supporting more than the grabs. The own thing would would would. Yeah that's why so many contractors took so long to build Dandy but then also once it's in the ocean there it's the in the scale of that movie it's like big but like you know ten justice center. That was just the think about because really what you saw in there was the the little dimple apart. That's what appears to be most of what's crashed into that inversion of the out believes that is the case. That's how they explain that away. I don't know that it's explained away. I just took it to be like okay. This is probably about one one hundredth of the you know. 'cause the atmosphere this planet across onto and everything will move doesn't crash onto it happened adventures in game two. That's true that's literally saints pulled down onto and actually we are moon was formed by something hitting us and knocking part of us. I think we can collective ownership of this planet. We've done enough doing it's ours now. Well what I'm sorry for except I could probably a good story it had better be about pressurized water squirting op or out of something. Because that's all we've had far. What is the SQUIRT Chewing gum can sometimes have A. I think we did this story actually on a previous episode Yep finding ancient chewing gum. Pretty sure that was covered. So okay. Let's see could could story about my third grade desk task. Hey the penis fish have been well covered how about Please have some squirting. MIT freezing water at boiling hot damn nerds opposite frozen opposite of escorts to get clear cubes. Obviously you have to boil order for it and then put it in ice cube trays. It'll come out clear is we'll be clear. Do you know where they have really good clear ice cubes Jay's bar also there but Disneyland uh-huh a really cool maker they make fears because they just put it like de Water Dizzy Leeann does not just cost two hundred fifty dollars because then you have to eat all the food at Disneyland Disneyland mazing and so you have to another leg. Minimum hundred dollars for all your Disneyland. So three hundred fifty dollars also. I bought mouse years so it was like a four hundred dollars a day or mouse years on you. They had flowers and goes on there and also everyone else there had them and I can do either.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Well that's not the real county that don't matter to like the little like Lizard brain reading comic since he was seven his captain. America quarter photo with Captain America. We get autographed. You know but I'm also a person who is riddled with social anxiety combination. Yeah who does not want to do things that are going to draw attention attention to me out of the norm that kind of thing also as opposed to going and visiting like the The furry characters who have full costing a masters this Tis human is that if I'm GonNa go interact with this person I gotta go into the human you gotta look at this is recognition like caffeine is is and be like hi Mickey Mouse where it's like Which I done that earlier? That day I was walking through toontown and Mickey's House. Had No lines. I went through line and I took to quote. Mickey mouse is fantastic. Draw anymore Actually there's a line once you got all the way in but anyways so I- paste several times if like there's camera footage you see this man with a backpack just walking back and forth in that area. The park and I was texting people like Tony Mineta and that getting it was extract tuition. I just go like the line is just full of parents and small children. I will be the only single adult man in this line to go meet Captain America and I finally got the resolve and got outline and I did. I waited in line the entire way. And I'm like looking around and it's nothing but like parents and their kids and kids get excited and go stand there by myself with your back with my little backpack okay and then as they get closer Mike Shit. I have to like say something like you have to save your biggest hydro. That'd be good so I I'm trying to figure out what I'm going to say. I you gotTa have something. Clever to say else. Didn't help that. Also like talking about all the parts of my brain. The referring to this point the bisexual private cute Kim Matt America and and so he was like he was tall and he is fantastic. The suit agree on him and so as I get closer. I'm Mike All Right. I forgot something to say. And and it gets up to me and like I'm watching the families before me and there's always this kind of you know this pattern that's happening where you know so the parents and the kids walk up. They kind of shoe their kids over to the parents and then they go over and take the photos and then they all like have a cute little cat. America's killer action with the kids and they're on the Mary wait. There are no templates of what like the lone adult man walks. I've had best. I saw like a young group of girls go up. But right like this is like being in a chucky cheese super high captain America but chucky cheese. The rent is down so Turkey cheese to you walked up to captain. America is very nice and and I asked him. I thought of a good question I was like. Hey so I got I got. I got a question for the answer is like what's what's the best exercise to broaden your shoulders negatively if somebody really WANNA work on bill dude and I was wondering you'd give me a legit legit answer or like a captain. America gives a Captain America answer and he goes. Hey I'm actually the worst person to ask about the Super Soldier Serum gave me all that I was like Damn Uh knew you'd say that so I don't think I said damage in front of Kashmir. I Shit my pants if I would have been bad but I'm supposed to okay so oh I I asked for pose and actually asked for specific posts because I was like. I'm going to be here. Ah I wanted to do like a cool. Like a COP. Duo arms crossed back to kind of look so we got that photo. The Friends of friends that promise. God if I could have gone with Captain America Prom that've been good anyways. Awoken your bisexuality actually a lot earlier defined it better so no but then I got done with my post and then he actually thought it proposes what I care what we did. We did something like a like a flex pose off that kind of thing we kiss now in my head. That's how this ended instead the people like I said bye bye. Cats are people are handing my bags and I walked away and geeked out over my little photos. I have a captain America. I love how the process of going up to this person who works at Disneyland Disneyland. Yeah like you're like I have to come up with something to ask them or say to them instead of just like. Can I get a photo but I wanted to have like literally goals Combo. I guess that's true. I WANNA talk to catch America Captain America Bucky O.. That'd be mad. I should've said Hail Hydra that would be better. Yeah Kale hydrants. Slap him finding blend in just proposed him man. He's no guest on America better than guest gasoline. All of his decorating the photo you can share it. Okay I'll give I'll give broadcast photo. I thought we were building up to like an here. You know I had the photo. I'll give you the photo. They're super cute. It's just John like this. AH The picture of baby oda going through that upper. WanNa see baby Yoda while we wait for the had show baby yoga. I was told to lead today. We show baby. Iota can be does.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"No. Small buck. Chew speak. Buddha's luck name. God that that in. Keep my accident check in basement. Clearly inside and angry, but somebody should be. And. Moment to say. Me. Completely. The. Me. Glad to. To save me. Sweet dream. Sweet dream. It is one or two point seven kiss. FM. It's not uncommon to talk to people who have hospitality, majors, and them to say, yeah. We actually studied how Disneyland Disneyland resorts operate very closely because they are the best the best. But apparently at UC Irvine, there's now a clash just on the happiest place on earth. Disneyland focused on on the art. Architecture operation all of it. This gift.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

11:55 min | 1 year ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Nineteen sixty six film Walt Disney said that the primary factor that would drive the design principles for Epcot would be public need that designing the city with the public need in mind from the get-go would create the best chance of building a community that met those needs from the start? So ideally, you would take all the knowledge accumulated through decades of urban planning and use it to lay out the city in a logical intuitive way, so that the city is adapted to the people living in it, rather than the citizens having to adapt to the city. So how was it laid out? Well, it goes back to that radio design imagine a wheel like a bicycle wheel and has a hub in the middle and their spokes from the hub leading out to the outer edge. That's the basic design of the original Epcot. Does he was attracted to this particular design for a few reasons for one it was really efficient having controlled points of? Entry and a radio design allowed for efficient circulation of traffic and for another. It also made it easy to navigate orienting yourself in such a layout was relatively easy. You had an identifiable central point and predictable layout surrounding it. So even if you got a little turned around, it'd be pretty easy to find your way back to a familiar point. And then figure out where you work from there. So at the center, the hub part, the middle of the circle would be the sort of the downtown section of this community. It'd be out of business complex. It's where you'd find office buildings corporate jobs, things like that. So where you would find major cultural centers, museums theatres entertainment. Complexes restaurants would be in this section. Nightlife locations clubs that kind of thing would be there. It would incorporate all the elements, we associate with a vibrant downtown area of a major city at the very center of this hub would be that hotel. I mentioned the thirty. Story tall hotel, and that hotel would also have a deck measuring seven acres in size and seven acre deck would also have recreational areas including according to the concept drawings pawns, there, be parks, the deck would be several stories above the pedestrian level of the city center. So you'd have to go into though, tell and go up to the right floor to get out on that deck, and incredibly the entire section this whole downtown part of Epcot was supposed to be enclosed in a climate controlled dome the center of cut was a city in a bubble which if experienced Florida heat, and humidity was likely a big selling point to a lot of the people who were thinking about this design because being able to stroll around a shopping plaza, or walk to work or just wandering downtown without being subjected to the swampy mess. That is a Florida summer. Was a truly futuristic idea now on the ground level of the city, the only way to really get around would be by foot you might be able to use something like an electric scooter or a bicycle as well, although that was more intended for further out from the center, but we'll get to that. So you'd really be the pedestrian wandering around here because all the car traffic would be below you, it would be underground. And all the public transit would be above you on elevated rails, either the people mover on its own elevated track or the monorail on its elevated track. And those last two the people mover in the monorail would also be electric powered vehicles. So at least in theory, they would operate quietly, and they would not generate pollution, although I got back that up a little bit because you have to generate the electricity that runs the system. So depending upon how you generated the electric. You could still be generating a lot of pollution. It's just it'd be a different part of the chain. Right. A different part of the ecosystem, it'd be in the electricity generation part, but not the direct operation of the vehicle. But you still have to look at the big picture. You can't just look at tiny sections and just say this is automatically better, but it was interesting idea. The monorail would have a station under the hotel at the transportation center, as I mentioned. So it would still be located on kind of the ground floor of the city itself. Right. The transportation center would be on the pedestrian level of this city and the hotel would be essentially, like the lobby of the hotel has, I would imagine it would be floor to now on the outskirts of the sector the center, the hub of the city would be high density apartment housing. So this'll be for folks who are working right there in downtown might be for single people who are working within that city, it could be people who are working in the theme park, and who are, you know, they don't the don't have their own families, but they need a place to live. But this would give them very quick access to that theme park. Because again, the theme park would be. Elected by monorail to the north. So this was not the main part of housing. It was just one element of it. The. Only a small percentage of cuts population would be living in these high density apartment of according to the promotional film, now, the next section out from the center, so you've got downtown. You have high density apartments immediately surrounding downtown around that was a greenbelt of parks. So the next layer out if you're thinking of a target, the next ring outside the bullseye was the screen belt. So you had parks had golf courses sporting fields football fields baseball diamonds that kind of stuff, and this would be the section that caught that would serve as location also for things like schools and churches, and it would be the play space for the city where people could come and spend time outside. So this is no longer in the bubble. This is outside the bubble and then outside of that would be the low density housing. The suburbs of Epcot these would be for homes. With a families, and it would actually hold the majority of cuts residents, most people would be living out in the suburbs. Each residential area would surround the end of one of those spokes, I talked about. So if you again, imagine a bicycle has spokes leading out from the center wheel. Or maybe, maybe we should say a wagon wheel, because it has fewer spokes. Each spoke would be surrounded by Greenspace the, the spoke itself would represent the track for the people mover. So the people mover track would go. Out and back from the hub along these spokes surrounding that track would be this big Greenspace kinda, like, again, more parks, golf courses, recreational facilities, and on the outer edge of this would actually be the houses, and then on the backside of the houses would be a road where people could drive their cars before going underneath to get to the downtown area if they needed to drive their cars, although Disney's plan was that for day to day use you would not even use your car, you would use the people mover transit system to get in and out of Epcot, you would only use your car if you need to go further, or, you know, he just wanted to go take the family for a drive, people would either work in the business center or in the industrial complexes that were south of the community, or in the theme parks that were north of the community and the concept. Every citizen of Epcot would be guaranteed a job, and the community would be home to around twenty thousand people, the community would be a model for a city unit and future cities, might consist of several communities, designed in this way all linked together by monorail lines. And this was an enormously ambitious idea Walt Disney himself admitted that the challenge was far too big for any one company to take on by itself. Epcot would have to be a joint effort between many different companies to become a reality, these companies that wanted to have a spot in that industrial complex, for example, where they could experiment with different approaches to prototyping and pioneering new systems and practices. The theme bark would help bring in money to help support the infrastructure and would provide employment to many of the residents of Epcot and leading up to this Disney and his team had learned a lot. They learn lessons from building out the company's movie. Studio. Buildings in Burbank, California. They learned even more during the construction and launch of Disneyland Disneyland. You may know also employs the hub and spoke design that radio design, you've got the castle in the center, and the different lands like fantasy land tomorrow land, frontier land adventure land on the outskirts if that same idea, and it has that identifiable centre with the castle lets you figure out where you are in relation to everything else pretty quickly. Walt Disney learned he wanted more control over the environment after he built Disneyland because when he built Disneyland, what followed were all these hotels and motels popping up around from other business owners and it became kind of a tourist trap area around Disneyland and Walt Disney didn't like that all he felt it marred the appearance of Disneyland so with Florida. He wanted to exert a lot more control over the environment, so that people would experience, it the way he wanted them to, and that they would not have their view of whatever it was that he wanted to look at, for example, the magic kingdom. They wouldn't he didn't want that marred by tacky hotels or restaurants. And the company had landed some pretty darn good deals with the state of Florida before this announcement was made there were lots of tax incentives were agreements between city county and state levels of government. And the Disney company, the groundwork was laid from political and administrative side and the stage was set, then Disney's plan for a future city, one that would cater to beneath Rian serve as a platform for American industry and engineering, which would then be incorporated directly into the homes themselves. People would have the latest appliances and they would get updated frequently it was going to be a incredible city of the future. Have your workplace nearby recreational facilities at at a just a short walk away. It was a phenomenal phenomenal goal. Walt Disney was really gung ho on this, and the whole idea of the American dream, an American industry and engineering. So what the heck happened? Why did this vision that Walt Disney had blinded this never materialized in this way, how did we go from an experimental, small city to a much more modest in the grand scheme of things theme park that incorporates, some, but not all of these grand visions and what's going on with that, Kat now? We'll explain. But first, let's take another quick break to thank our sponsor. Now's the time to take a stand to get involved to make a change. Now's the time to do what's right to help a family.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"One hundred, percent Hit, me baby Wesley. Mouse is amazing Who who hurt you as? A child that you? Think bugs Bunny's where. Does Mickey Mouse where's Mickey mouse's, home it's in Disney. World in Orlando Disneyland Disneyland was around I technically his home is in Disneyland. Land, in l. a. But he also has? A home which basically? You could say that. Disney Disney World is almost kind, of like Orlando's economy. Kind of like what lebaron James was the Cleveland that's fine But I still wanna know who hurt you as a kid that you think that, Mickey Mouse is worse that Bugs Bunny I I. Was just Warner brothers But that hurt my soul And by, the way my wife you're you're now on. My wife's beat bleep list I finally got their degrees with you the. Time doing Mickey's a, fraud Mickey is a fraud I agree because if you follow a Twitter account called ATL's sports from which, is basically a, parody, account, he calls Orlando city Orlando city, s c Mickey Mouse SE which. I, think is, just fantastic now number two Tampa Bay got an MLB, an NFL team over you which basically says everything that we. Need to know about Orlando because if we look at Tampa, Bay and it's sports. French look, at the ways I mean the tip of a box, had a, bit of success but really besides a Super. Bowl championship by the box they have arena league titles from the Tampa, Bay storm in the AFL which now is a fourteen league champion was to, nine in the past season Number, one number one going back to Disney and I'm pretty, sure your your wife is gonna hate me better stop hating. On Disney man Snow White is a backstabbing two timer who, manipulated a group of. Geriatric old, short people to let her live in her house so, she was, a stripper basically and also do believe that. Cinderella play cycle lasts liver on purpose that was a power by her so what you're saying is Anna Nicole Smith was was sleeping beauty Snow White That's what, you're, saying Pretty I'm pretty sure that there's an.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"My Vami is Valentine. That's In the morning we're wrapping, up. The show. Joe thank you Bruce Welcome show show show you. For your show thank you for your show. For your. Show Jimmy Sabrina thank you. For your show Casey must graves stop by the studio today she's a fantastic. Performance she's incredibly, sweet. The pictures the interview Uh-huh the. Video all that, is up on the website one. Four three five dot com. Slash Balentine Lisa FOX in here next. Monday morning radio turned on, and. Get a. Final check in the morning traffic is well. Tony thank you for your show what's going on and. Thank you for your show So Cal Honda traffic center it looks like. Crews, are. Still working on this crash Westminster southbound. Side of the four oh five. Freeway Westminster boulevard they ended up having a Sigler for that blocking, the right lane. The drivers have become it away from the six five northbound from beach boulevard out towards. The twenty two and westbound twenty two so recovering from an earlier crash so. That's low from about valley view is had over twice to six oh five also in Irvine southbound four zero five just before he gets a Colbert they had says about style big, rig was out of the way but it's not it's, still there blocking Just the right lane and they've. Just extended that for. Another thirty minutes. So you're, drive is, pretty heavy, as you're coming away from the fifty There's five, no voice if, you're, stuck with that. One look socal Honda traffic campus. Outside the five, could definitely save you some times he could avoid the four. Or five and, take. The five and says if. They haven't got, that out of your way yet Northbound side of the five is a busy one is you'll even apart. From the ninety one you'll see delays towards Lakewood Rosemead again from the seven ten is going to see busy out towards Las Vegas boulevard where they're doing it looks like they have, the Fletcher off ramp shut down till later this afternoon This report is you by Disneyland jobs Disneyland. Resort for their culinary job fair on August. Eleventh they're hiring for righty of culinary roles across their parks and resorts while by candidates can even interview unaccepted offer onsite visit Disneyland Disneyland. Dot jobs slash job fair to apply to your traffic I'm.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Spiderman homecoming read did julie cocoa and up for weight g what's resented and act kademi award for the based regional score and as timing would have it he has to movies opening this month being votes to and jurassic world fallen kingdom but that's not all he's old so rayton are range and conducted music but dozens of video games short films and tv movies and in due thousand five he collaborated with teach me imagine nearing to create news soundtracks first base boughton at disneyland disneyland paris and hong kong disneyland he's old so as to what he was all nope to getting the kademi awards straw the eighty first kademi award he was and in two thousand seventeen was honored with a fiftieth birthday celebration at london's royal albert hall in he's busy and very prolific.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn

"How exactly do you travel line between the two i know yeah it can't be a per you know he can't do things that like you know shooting people or something are but you know if he says sort of mean things the kids and make some cry he thinks that's perfectly acceptable and you know i i heard you talking to my public radio international colleague faith sailly oh and i heard you tell her something that really blew me away which was that the deep thought which is about telling child driving child to disneyland but instead driving the child to a burnt out warehouse and telling him that disneyland burn down right wasn't spire by something that actually happened to you it was actually my i guess is feeling mean but my sister was out with her son who is about six or something and for some reason it just popped up he was going to go to disneyland disneyland was gonna didn't you hear disney land burn down in us like he started crying i felt really bad yeah that was based and real what did your sister think of that oh i'm sure she was mad at me she just used to it but he's now a grown man and so it's probably scarred him somehow but and jack and when you go for a job interview i think a good thing to ask is if they ever press charges i've heard that you're writing process involves throwing a ball against the wall over i know ver indefinitely is that a fair characterization that is a total lie.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Mister elving gets a whole big thing they get a parade in their honor in in in disneyland disneyland disneyland again in a rival party or watch you get a whole bunch of stuff but this year's mr relevant was a guy named trey quinn who was a wide receiver at smu so he was the second smu wide receiver drafted obviously portland sutton right the bigger wide receiver went to denver in the second round but trey quinn is very interesting guy besides having an awesome first name he started out at lsu where he didn't really fit in but then he had one season at smu in his one season smu is worked out he might as well ahead four seasons sub morales hundred fourteen catches for over twelve hundred yards and thirteen touchdowns so that right alone makes him not really irrelevant he was very relevant with the smu offense but he did stuff way before this it also made him interest let's go back to two thousand eight let's go to the little league world series he threw a no hitter yeah in the opening round of that little league world series in williamsport in two thousand eight so this guy can do a little bit he loves and he went to washington with that final pick so look trey quit i i'm i'm not going to back poop on it drake wind is making washington ross when when the draft was when i was playing in the draft was twelve rounds of you're low round pick the odds were they weren't gonna to keep your house a tenth rounder and the odds are against you there are seven rounds now so the odds are better that the drafted players you know obviously the early ones but even the later ones you know fifth sixth seventh round still have a pretty good shot to make the team because it down to seven rounds and then we see undrafted free agents make it all the time.

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"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"disneyland disneyland" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I also had a history of confusing drill and real world events now the fcc final report says it will hold the state to its pledge to improve its public emergency alert system this effort is the beginning of our effort to restore the public trust and those are words from governor who is now struggling to be reelected after this tobacco joe ruble news ninety six point five wdbo connecticut man says his love for pop star taylor swift led him to rob a bank me too what's rallying to robbing a bank in connecticut and then driving to swift some in rhode island where he threw some of the stolen cash over her fence trying to impress her he was spotted by state troopers and lead them on a chase back to connecticut where he was arrested us news and world report publishes its list of the best places to live in the united states and shockingly we are not on the list ranks the country's hundred twentyfive largest metropolitan areas on affordability job prospects and quality of life for the second year in a row austin texas took the number one spot colorado springs colorado is number two bumping denver colorado down to number three des moines iowa moved up five spots and now ranks fourth in the country bill arkansas is number five for the second consecutive year that's a lisa z reporting by the way they rolled on show last night at disneyland disneyland at the castle and disneyland with an up.

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