Published: June 20, 2013 at 10:39 AM

I can't believe anybody would vote that go be legit, it did not look real nor conform to the laws of physics. Plus how many coasters have mounted cams ready to capture the action plus the dispatching cam footage?
Russell Meyer

Published: June 20, 2013 at 11:05 AM

There's no way the coaster proposed at the Tropicana will get approved by the FAA. Sure, there are far taller buildings in Vegas, but those aren't within 1/4 mile of a primary takeoff/approach vector for McCarren. Building this coaster would be akin to moving the Chrysler Building to Flushing Meadows and proximal to one of LaGuardia's vectors. If they wanted to build this a little further up the strip (perhaps closer to The Venetian/Belagio/Ceasar's) it might be OK, but the Tropicana is way too close to the airport to allow for such a massive structure.
James Trexen

Published: June 20, 2013 at 12:42 PM

Ugh, having that stage in front of the hat at DHS is like pouring salt on an open wound. No point in having a hat that blocks the Chinese theatre if it ends up getting blocked by a stage. Talk about making a problem even worse by all accounts.
Robert Niles

Published: June 20, 2013 at 1:04 PM

Hey, I'm also still carrying a grudge over the Castle Forecourt stage blocking the castle entry to Fantasyland at the Magic Kingdom multiple times a day.

Published: June 20, 2013 at 4:06 PM

That Monsters University Homecoming was... yikes.
James Koehl

Published: June 21, 2013 at 5:04 AM

I thought the Frozen teaser was a hoot (that means very funny to anyone under 50), the Lego movie looked mildly amusing to the point that my 14 year old son might enjoy it if it got him out of mowing the lawn, and the Monsters University Homecoming? I could not force myself to watch the entire thing. OMG, how far as Disney fallen?!
OK Jeff, when do you do the big reveal about the vote? Real or Fake?

Published: June 23, 2013 at 5:52 AM

"So once I get the kids deeply involved in that, will Disney give me badges for going off and sampling every bar in the resort while the kids play?"

LOL! We have a meeting of the minds, Jeff. Are all of us from Denver drunks? Well, with all the microbreweries, maybe - and happily - so. On my next trip to WDW, I intend to sample many new adult beverage offerings. I have not been in over 10 years, so there are MANY new concoctions - particularly frozen - to try. The CoLava at AK sounds extra tasty.