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What's new on the discussion board: The $22 million magic carpet ride

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Published: July 26, 2011 at 5:32 AM

Here are the week's top new topics on the Theme Park Insider Discussion Board:

Flavio de Souza responds to the opening of Jasmine's Flying Carpets at Tokyo DisneySea by asking, Is it worthwhile to pay 22 million for a 'Dumbo' ride?

Jasmine's Flying Carpets at Tokyo DisneySea

Inspired by certain funny new book now on sale for the low price of just $3.99, Mark Fairleigh asks Where would you want to work at Disney? And then follows up by asking Where would you work at Universal?

Melissa Faulkner wants to know about Magic Kingdom crowds 1st week of August.

Dominick D wonders What Theme Park in Central Florida should be the main host of Marvel?

James Trexen is looking for opinions on The Loudest Ride?

Rob P asks you to pick which song you'd like to hear on your favorite attraction, instead of what's now playing, in Music for Theme Park Attractions: You Choose.

Leanne D asks To rent a car or not?

Derek Morse is looking forward to college football season and wants to know Where to catch the game on Disney property?

Jeff Elliott brings us home with Last week at your amusement park...July 25, 2011, including the weekly caption contest.

That's it for now. I'm off to Animal Kingdom for the day! Look for my photo/trip report tomorrow on TPI.

Readers' Opinions

From James Rao on July 27, 2011 at 4:24 AM
Have fun at DAK, Robert, and remember to provide an update on everyone's favorite Disco Yeti...
From Robert Niles on July 27, 2011 at 4:57 AM
Disco Yeti seemed a bit dimmer than in the past, I'm afraid.
From James Rao on July 27, 2011 at 7:28 AM
Yeah, that's the way he was in May 2010 when I last visited. You could barely see him. The strobe effect was a non-factor. Almost like Disney was embarrassed to draw attention to one of their biggest blunders.

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