TH Creative

Published: March 28, 2013 at 1:21 PM

I changed my TPI profile pic.

And for the record, the hat ROCKS!

Gabriel Schroll

Published: March 28, 2013 at 2:20 PM

I'd love to see Disneyland add a third "adventure" park, aimed more at teens and twenties. But to say it would compete with Islands of Adventure? The one that's 3000 miles away and attracts a totally different time zone of guests? Nah, not so much.

I'd love to see Disney turn Hollywood Studios into an IoA rival though.

But yes, please add a third park at DLR! That would be so awesome. I'm thrilled to hear about any and all expansion/upgrades at Disney in general.

Melanie Howe

Published: March 28, 2013 at 6:52 PM

Am I a total heathen for laughing at both the IOA Jurassic Park joke and the Disney AK Zebra joke??
Shannon Nelson

Published: March 28, 2013 at 9:33 PM

Also at Universal they need yo be looking into replacing T-2 with a Wicked attraction.
Tracy Bates

Published: March 29, 2013 at 3:44 AM

So how long was the guy stuck on it's a small world.

Some articles are saying three hours, some are saying 30 minutes. 3 hours is a long time. 30 minutes could be a 'it's safer to leave him where it is' while the ride is fixed.

James Koehl

Published: March 29, 2013 at 5:35 AM

I saw one article claiming the 3 hour time, but most others including Screamscape, where Jeff, stea...uh, obtains much of his info, says it was 40 minutes. I can certainly understand how even 40 minutes of that song could be perceived by any mind as being much longer. Plus I undertand that the very nature of the song can actually cause time to slow down.
Plus Jeff himself is a bit (a lot, but don't tell him I said so) ADD/ADHD, which further complicates the time thing. Forty minutes with Jeff in a vehicle of any kind is like 3 hours with anyone else. I'm already starting therapy to get myself ready for this summer's visit with him, where I will be in a car with Jeff AND my own ADHD son for a series of half-hour trips around Denver, which I suspect will seem to be much longer drives. Maybe I'll take a cab and meet them at our destination.
Anon Mouse

Published: March 29, 2013 at 8:23 AM

Considering that the disabled are least able to stand such inconveniences, I wonder why Disney has let this happen. You can't fault the victim for his condition and you can't fault Disney for a broken ride, but you can fault Disney for its response. They need to do more than just make customers wait. It is also time for ALL theme parks to fix their response times whenever a roller coaster or thrill ride stops. It is ridiculous to hear that it takes hours to evacuate a guest. It happens too many times.

Published: April 2, 2013 at 12:32 PM

Thanks for the shout-out for my Space Mountain video. Just one clarification, it was created by one crazy fan (not multiple). That's right I did it all myself. I guess I couldn't rope anyone else into the crazy idea since I had no idea what I was even doing.