Couple attempts to visit Disney theme parks on both coasts in 24-hour opening period

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When Disney announced Orlando's Magic Kingdom and Disneyland would open their gates 24 hours straight for the first time, Andy Bullard and Randi Teague took notice. The couple sketched out a 5,200-mile odyssey in order to visit not one, but both theme parks Wednesday as the Walt Disney Co. marked leap year with its "One More Disney Day" event.

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I was at MK from 7P-2A last night. Very very busy, but a fun crowd and a good time.


"To increase the adventure, the couple set themselves the goal of riding every attraction found in both the Magic Kingdom and Disneyland."

Really?

Why?

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The amusement park rises bold and stark..kids are huddled on the beach in a mist

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Where's Las Angeles?


^South of Los Vegas, silly.


The amusement park rises bold and stark..kids are huddled on the beach in a mist

http://support.gktw.org/site/TR/CoastingForKids/General?px=1248054&...fr_id=1372

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Brian Noble said:
I was at MK from 7P-2A last night. Very very busy, but a fun crowd and a good time.

My friend had only been on TTA after like 2 hours at the park last night during the same time. I wish I could have been there for the merch, but certainly glad I missed the crowd. I should have had a friend pick up a button for me now that I think about it...darn!


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I hope for their sake that they're very rich because this sure is one hell of a way to flush a lot of money down the toilet very quickly.

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Maybe that's how they enjoy spending their money?

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It said in the article that they spent about $1000 on the trip, and subsidized it further with frequent flier miles. It's not like they spent a year's salary on it.


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$1000?! They must be rollin' in it.

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Clearly they're the 1%.


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I want to occupy them.


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Update

Yeah, I guess she's occupiable. :)


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My friend had only been on TTA after like 2 hours at the park last night during the same time.

I spent the evening in the theater shows and things like TTA as well. Good excuse to see the new (old) Tiki, for example.


kpjb said:
Yeah, I guess she's occupiable. :)

But Mr Ensign said he wants to occupy "them". That puts a different spin on things.

No, no. I meant I want to keep them busy. ;)


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