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What to Expect When Going For a Disney World Vacation

August 21, 2010 by  
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Walt Disney World is a vacationer’s dream destination, particularly if you have kids. Where else can you explore a pirate’s lair, frolic with your favorite cartoon characters, eat lunch under the shadow of a castle, or transport yourself into a 1950s movie? If you have never been to Walt Disney World before, you are probably a little bit overwhelmed with the planning. Here are some things you can expect when you visit the parks for the first time.

People, People Everywhere

Walt Disney World is crowded, especially during peak travel times like the summer, spring break, and Christmas. You are going to be bumping into complete strangers while you are visiting the parks. The good news is that Disney has taken a lot of steps to control crowds. The Fast Pass system allows park guests to avoid long lines on some of the parks’ most popular attractions. If you want to ride Thunder Mountain, for instance, but do not want to wait two hours to do so, you can get a Fast Pass ticket, explore another part of the park, and then come back in two hours to get right on the roller coaster. You did wait two hours, but you had fun while you were waiting instead of standing in the cue.

What You Will Find in the Magic Kingdom

Walt Disney World is made of four main parks. The one most people think of when they think of the resort area is the Magic Kingdom. The Magic Kingdom is the park with the iconic castle as the central point. It is divided into eight themed lands: Adventureland, Liberty Square, Main Street USA, Mickey’s Toontown Fair, Frontierland, Fantasyland, and Tomorrowland. Each one has attractions, which are rides and shows, that fall in that theme, and most of the attractions are based on Disney movies. This park is one of the most kid-friendly, and it is filled with Disney characters that kids can interact with. Even though the kids love it, adults will find plenty to enjoy in the Magic Kingdom.

What You Will Find in Epcot

Epcot is the second park most people think of when visiting Disney World. It is divided into two worlds, Future World and World Showcase. Future World has several buildings where you can interact with attractions, rides, and displays that relate to science. World Showcase allows you to walk among replicas of landmarks from 11 different countries. The people that work in World Showcase are actually from the countries they represent.

What You Will Find in MGM Studios

The Disney MGM Studios is the movie-themed park. Here you can walk around movie sets, see shows that capture stunts from some of the greatest films, and see how Disney cartoons are made. It has many live stunt and special effects shows that are thrilling for people of all ages.

What You Will Find in Animal Kingdom

Animal Kingdom is the Disney park that combines a zoo and amusement park into one destination. You will find many live animals at this park, along with the typical rides and attractions. One ride, Kilimanjaro Safaris, actually takes you through an African habitat with live animals at every turn.

Surrounded by Themes

No matter where you go in Disney World, you will find yourself surrounded by imaginative themes. The water parks each tell a story. Every hotel has a theme that is carried out from the lobby to the pool to the room itself. Even the cue lines tell a story while you are waiting in line.

As you explore the parks, be sure to look for “Hidden Mickeys.” Just about every attraction has some of these. Hidden Mickeys are silhouettes of Mickey Mouse that show up in an unexpected location. For instance, on the Winnie the Pooh ride in the Magic Kingdom, there is a Hidden Mickey made by the drops of honey from Pooh’s pot. You can make quite a trip out of trying to spot these Hidden Mickeys, so have fun!

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The Pirate bay and Warner Bros. coop? Fake or real?

March 22, 2010 by  
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TPB (loves) WB???

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Warner Brothers Inc. announced today that it has agreed to acquire The Pirate Bay, the consumer media company for
people to share original copies through a Web experience, for $13.37 billion in a stock-for-stock transaction. Following
the acquisition, The Pirate Bay will operate independently to preserve its successful brand and passionate community.
The acquisition combines one of the largest and fastest growing online entertainment communities with Warner Bros’s
expertise in organizing information and creating new models for advertising on the Internet. The combined companies
will focus on providing a better, more comprehensive experience for users interested in downloading, watching and
sharing content, and will offer new opportunities for professional content owners to distribute their work to reach a
vast new audience.
“The The Pirate Bay team has built an exciting and powerful media platform that complements Warner Bros’s mission
to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful,” said Jim Kjeyzer, Chief Executive
Officer of Warner Bros. “Our companies share similar values; we both always put our users first and are committed to
innovating to improve their experience. Together, we are natural partners to offer a compelling media entertainment
service to users, content owners and advertisers.”
“Our community has played a vital role in changing the way that people consume media, creating a new hip culture.
By joining forces with Warner Bros, we can benefit from its global reach and technology leadership to deliver a more
comprehensive entertainment experience for our users and to create new opportunities for our partners,” said Anakata,
CEO and Co-Founder of The Pirate Bay. “I’m confident that with this partnership we’ll have the flexibility and resources
needed to pursue our goal of building the next-generation platform for serving media worldwide.”
When the acquisition is complete, The Pirate Bay will retain its distinct brand identity, strengthening and complementing
Warner Bros’s own fast-growing video business. The Pirate Bay will continue to be based in Stockholm, Sweden,
and all The Pirate Bay employees will remain with the company. With Warner Bros’s technology, advertiser relationships
and global reach, The Pirate Bay will continue to build on its success as one of the world’s most popular services
for online entertainment.
The number of Warner Bros shares to be issued in the transaction will be determined based on the 30-day average closing
price two trading days prior to the completion of the acquisition. Both companies have approved the transaction,
which is subject to customary closing conditions and is expected to close in the third quarter of 2009.
The company will host a conference and webcast at 1:30 p.m. Pacific Time (4:30 p.m. Eastern Time) tomorrow to
discuss the acquisition. To access the conference, please email [email protected] A replay of the will be
available until midnight Thursday, April 16 at various interwebs internationally. Confirmation code for the replay is
About Warner Bros Inc.
Warner Bros’s innovative movie film technologies connect millions of people around the world with information every
day. Founded in 1918 by small time crooks Harry and Albert, Warner Bros today is a top web property in all major
global markets. Warner Bros’s targeted film movie program provides businesses of all sizes with measurable results,
while enhancing the overall web experience for users. Warner Bros is headquartered in Hollywood with offices throughout
the Americas, Europes and Asias. For more information, visit
About The Pirate Bay
Founded in February 2003, The Pirate Bay is a consumer media company for people to share original copies worldwide
through a Web experience. The Pirate Bay allows people to easily upload and share torrents on www.ThePirateBay.
org and across the Internet through websites, blogs, and e-mail. The Pirate Bay currently delivers more than 1 million
torrents every day with 65,000 new torrents uploaded daily and it has quickly become the leading destination on the
Internet for video entertainment.

Real or fake? April fools joke?