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Topic: Beloved and banned at the Grand Californian!!!

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Mickeymouseclub
Thu 11/15/2012 7:38p
I was just reading on Yahoo about 10 beloved and banned products... I swear the picture of the bunk beds is from the interior room of the Grand Californian Hotel.
Did they remove the bunk beds from the rooms???
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Jim in Merced CA
Thu 11/15/2012 8:19p
Can you provide more info?
What's beloved and banned?
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DlandDug
Thu 11/15/2012 9:32p
http://shopping.yahoo.com/news...459.html

That's the Grand, all right.

Here's the source of the photo:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/f...5823534/

Note that the article describes poorly assembled or dangerous bunk beds. The ones that are in the Grand are neither.
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TP2000
Fri 11/16/2012 3:04a
I can't stand Yahoo News. It's like 8th graders putting out a class newsletter.

And this one mentions an obscure Fondue Set recall from 2002, a decade ago, as some sort of news item.

Sometimes the Internetz are just pointless.
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FerretAfros
Fri 11/16/2012 4:30a
>>I can't stand Yahoo News. It's like 8th graders putting out a class newsletter.<<

That's one of the best descriptions of it I've ever seen. Between the poorly written articles, and the questionable-at-best subjects, it really is a poop-show over there. My brother says they do a pretty good job with sports, but I've never checked any of those articles out, having been scared away by the terrible journalism on everything else.

Good to know that the GCH beds aren't dangerous (not that I was particularly concerned about it)
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gurgitoy2
Mon 11/19/2012 6:33a
I imagine that the beds at GCH are even more reinforced than someone's bunkbed at home. They would have to be. I wonder if they might even be bolted to the wall in some way to prevent them coming down. I'm sure they're very sturdy.
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SuperDry
Mon 11/19/2012 8:58p
^^^ I would think they'd have to be, in case of an earthquake.

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