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Your journey starts right here on the dashboard, feel free to arrange the modules in any order you like, it will be the same the next time you come back! If you have any questions, don't be shy to ask. I love hearing from all the members and will gladly take any suggestions or thoughts on how to make the site even better.

Like Mickey says, See Y'all Soon!
-Tom (Administrator and Owner)



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Fun Facts

  • Every year, Walt Disney World's "Lost and Found" collects more than 6,000 cell phones, 3,500 digital cameras, and 18,000 hats.

  • Disney makes twice as much money from their theme parks than what they make from their actual movies.

  • Disney World is the second-largest purchaser of explosives in the United States, the first being the U.S. Department of Defense.

  • Main Street is based on 1910 America, while Tomorrowland was designed to represent 1986 - both were chosen because they were Halley's Comet years.

  • Disney World was evacuated on September 11, 2001 in just 30 minutes, as staff feared it might become another terrorist target. They then worked through the night to erect the Fourth of July decorations, so it could reopen the following day with an air of national solidarity.

  • It would take 68 years to sleep in every single room at Disney World. That's a lot of pillow mints.

  • Walt Disney's attention to detail was legendary. He placed the bins at Disney World 25 steps away from the hot dog stall, as this was how long it took him to eat a hot dog.

  • Animal Kingdom scientists at the Disney World safari park have carried out pioneering studies into elephant vocalisations. Some of them travelled to Kenya to see Dumbo in the wild, and were involved in the discovery of a brand new call: an alert related to bees.

  • Inside Disney’s Animal Kingdom lurks Expedition Everest’s 22-foot tall yeti. Designed to lunge at guests as the ride passed by, the bulky beast broke down too often. So it was turned off, and made to look menacing with a strobe light effect that has earned him his nickname, "The Disco Yeti".

  • The Beatles broke up at Disney. More specifically, it was at Disney’s Polynesian Resort that John Lennon signed the band’s dissolution papers on December 29, 1974.

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