The Boy Who Cried Wolf

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On several occasions, I have written to tell you that I am leaving AllEars. And on each occasion I have returned after a short amount of time. I was the boy who cried wolf. Well, I’m afraid that I’m repeating that message today. Once again, I’m writing to tell you that I am leaving AllEars. … Continue reading "The Boy Who Cried Wolf"
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My Disney Story (Repeat)

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As I mentioned in my last article, I am taking a few weeks off to get moved into an apartment while my new home is being built. During this time, I will be posting some of my older blogs. The following article first ran on November 29, 2009. Usually when I write a blog or … Continue reading "My Disney Story (Repeat)"
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My Disney Story

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Usually when I write a blog or newsletter article, I try to stay clear of my personal experiences. I like to focus on the facts and leave my encounters out of the mix. But today I’m going to depart from my usual formula and present you with a brief look at my life and how … Continue reading "My Disney Story"
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Disney Name Tags

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When I worked at Disneyland and was conducting Orientation (Traditions) classes for new hires, I would start the training session by telling my pupils that everyone in the company goes by their first name. This rule applied to the lowly guy who picked up horse poop along the parade route all the way up to … Continue reading "Disney Name Tags"
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More Dolphins At Disney

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In September I blogged about the Mythical Dolphins that can be found all around Walt Disney World. I asked you to let me know if you knew of others! Two more mythological dolphins have been spotted at Disney World. The first can be found at Downtown Disney next to Disney’s Wonderful World of Memories shop. … Continue reading "More Dolphins At Disney"
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China Pavilion Fun

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There are three pairs of lions in the China Pavilion at Epcot. One pair stands guard in front of the House of Whispering Willows (the museum). The other two pairs can be found near the entrances to the Yong Feng Shangdian shop. The lion is regarded as a special creature to the Chinese people as … Continue reading "China Pavilion Fun"
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