|31||Schmitty Good Vibes|
Tue 12/18/2012 9:08a
|>>>Is there a company the is a slave to its the way Disney is?<<<|
Sorry Yookeroo, I didn't get that, but your post dates as 3:56 a.m., so I can understand.
|32||Schmitty Good Vibes|
Tue 12/18/2012 9:25a
Your post (#19) is way out of line. disneylandfan8 has never complained about an attraction before it has opened. You don't even know this person, and now your attacking someone you've never met. I know this person well and you owe an apology (like that would ever happen).
Why are you always so negative? I wouldn't want your life. Go away troll.
Tue 12/18/2012 2:43p
|"Sorry Yookeroo, I didn't get that, but your post dates as 3:56 a.m., so I can understand."|
Heh. Yeah. Let me try again.
Is there a company that is a slave to its history the way Disney is?
Tue 12/18/2012 8:19p
|If you say so Schmitty, it must be so.|
Tue 12/18/2012 8:20p
|Addendum to Post 34, in re post 33. But it was okay for that person to attack me first. If you've read me extensively, you will notice I do not go on the attack first. I'm always second.|
Tue 12/18/2012 9:38p
|I named no names...|
Wed 12/19/2012 9:50a
|Neither did I.|
Wed 12/19/2012 10:28a
|>>They can't remove the town. Rainbow Ridge is historic.<<|
Disneyland is a theme park, not a history museum. Rainbow Ridge is a little set piece that is more of a nod to a former Frontierland attraction (Mine Train) than something essential to Big Thunder. If the little town can be moved, altered or replaced with something better, why shouldn't it be?
If it were farther away from the track, the illusion would work better anyway. Right now, it's "Why are we rolling past a miniature sized western town?"
Wed 12/19/2012 11:36a
|I'd assumed it was to give people something to look at if they had to wait for the train ahead of them to leave the station.|
|40||Jim in Merced CA|
Wed 12/19/2012 11:53a
|The little mining town of Rainbow Ridge is not on trial here!|