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 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

October 24, 2012 2:32 PM  The Hub
First restore your phone. Make sure Bluetooth and Wi-Fi is turned off. While in the park turn off push email and unnecessary notifications. Go to the privacy tab and click on location services. Uncheck unnecessary apps. Then go to system services and do the same thing. You also want to power cycle the battery, you do this by Completely draining the battery until the phone shuts off and charg  More...
#1: Switch service providers--Sprint is horrible for service in the parks, especially when it gets busy. #2: New Trent sells great chargers on Amazon for really cheap. If you buy something on Amazon using the link on MouseWait, MW gets a bit of profit for it. - IDVandalSkipperCM  2115.6 #54 2:28PM
I have the same phone and same network as yours. Try to turn off Wifi, bluetooth, and push notifications. Turn On Location Service only when you input wait times on MW... Also at night, lower down your brightness setting. Turn on Airplane mode when you are in a ride. (And get a battery extender, i.e. The New Trent or Mophie Case) - otilegna  1791.7 #69 2:30PM
I have both and mophie isn't as great as New Trent. In fact mophie can barely hold a full charge to my phone when it gets down to 30% which is kind of disappointing. Still carry it around though just in case. - KermitFan13  644.4 #258 3:24PM
I have a 4s with sprint, and a new Trent, I turn airplane mode on in rides with no reception (tot, tlm, Tsmm, ect), I took 400 pics last weekend, and I only had to use my new Trent once, and just to get it to half a battery. - GarnerPhotography  324.7 #678 4:08PM
@eeyoregirl80, you are lucky! - otilegna  1791.7 #69 6:30PM
@KermitFan13, i have the mophie case. i am planning to get TheNewTrent as well. But yeah, the case don't help 100%, but still it provided quick charge - otilegna  1791.7 #69 6:31PM
Thanks for correcting-didn't notice auto correct did that 😏 - dland-fun  74.1 #3770 3:24PM
Trent all the way!! Those Mophie cases aren't built well. I've went through 2 of those suckers before finding the wonderful Trent chargers. - BakoDisneyDude  226.4 #1521 5:29PM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

October 24, 2012 2:45 PM  The Hub
Latin America is mixture of indigenous, European, and African ancestry. There is also Arabic and Asian influences. Latin America has all shades and shapes of people. So there really shouldn't be an outrage. I would be more outraged being labeled or calling myself a Hispanic.
I have green eyes, I'm light skinned and I was born in Mexico. Maybe I'm a Prince? - PrinceTeaJack  917.2 #163 7:51AM
most definitely πŸ‘‘ - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint  4085.8 #23 8:49AM
For sure, why not? 😊 - MinnieMousewife  752.0 #208 9:07AM
Or a princess?? Lol 😘😘 - CourtyAstroBlisters  676.9 #243 8:13PM
XD Your babies see you as a King! :o) - MomWithAJuiceBoxBuzz  1058.5 #139 8:31PM
El PrΓ­ncipe Verde πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - HollyGolightlyPrincess  394.0 #493 8:34PM
That proves that not all Hispanic people look the same. I never would have guessed that you are from Mexico. I'm Mexican/ American and Native American and I have cousin with blue eyes. It's our Spanish ancestors. - Vegan7LuvsStitch  996.2 #154 10:56PM
I feel a name change coming on PrinceTeaJack - Mouse4life  1150.2 #120 11:35PM
^ - PrinceTeaJack  917.2 #163 2:33PM
^πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - Minnis2Society  369.9 #538 2:55PM
My daughter is eagerly awaiting this show, she isn't worried about ethnicity. People gotta remember this is a kids show, kids aren't gonna watch it and think its a false portrayal of a culture... she just likes princess's. - BambooMike  133.4 #2821 8:09PM
And that is the beauty of childhood--they don't even think about race or ethnicity: people are just people to children 😊 There's a lot we can learn from kids! - Spoonful_O_Sugar  535.0 #329 8:21PM
My point exactly... - BambooMike  133.4 #2821 8:24PM
πŸ‘ - Spoonful_O_Sugar  535.0 #329 8:25PM
True that! - PrincessDuckie  728.7 #217 3:01PM
I have light hair and skin and was born in El Salvador. Latinos are very diverse :-). I think she is very cute. - dland-fun  74.1 #3770 3:15PM
I'm Mexican, light brown hair, pale skin and hazel eyes :) my moms hair is dark brown with green eyes :) - GarnerPhotography  324.7 #678 4:10PM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

October 23, 2012 3:36 PM  The Hub
Check out the short film, Vincent. It's also by Burton.
I actually named my puppy Persephone, Persy for short, and had no idea that a dog in Frankenweenie was named that too haha - MagicalMadMadam  231.7 #1454 7:42AM
Check out the short film, Vincent. It's also by Burton. - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 3:36PM
My daughter LOVES watching Vincent! - melissa_ficent  318.5 #712 3:53PM
Vincent is cute tooπŸ’š - Villainloverr  9.8 #9345 9:17PM
Awesome! - brguest85  167.6 #2293 10:45PM
Just saw the new release last night. Really enjoyed and recommend you see it for yourself, stuck very closely to the original - fvbmermaid  220.1 #1598 6:36AM
The release of Frankenweenie? I already saw it and the first one I looove, but I still looove the 2012 version. I just love Tim Burton's work - Villainloverr  9.8 #9345 2:42AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

October 12, 2012 8:24 AM  The Hub
Nice!
Beautiful pic - dumbbunny  626.1 #272 3:30AM
Thank you. 😁 - AutumnWind  29.0 #5337 3:39AM
Love the colors - cdeley  471.0 #390 5:27AM
Thank you. Me too. 😁 - AutumnWind  29.0 #5337 8:27AM
Colorful picture. Can't wait to see the show. - Mrs.mouse  517.1 #348 8:16AM
Thank you.😁 yes it's a must see. - AutumnWind  29.0 #5337 8:31AM
Nice! - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 8:24AM
Thank you. 😁 - AutumnWind  29.0 #5337 8:31AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

October 12, 2012 3:06 PM  The Hub
Milk?
Best costume I've seen in recent mammary. - vincentchase1  672.8 #247 5:26PM
😳 - Duchess_SMK  5667.5 #14 5:29PM
Uhuh... ;-) - MarshaMouse  4071.1 #24 6:41PM
I read this as "breast costume" lol - PrincessDuckie  728.7 #217 8:46PM
That got a laugh from me! 😜 - Tom  6944.2 #8 10:12PM
I so want to say it but..... - Plumiegirl  7906.7 #3 10:45PM
oh jevus - marvelAVENGER  130.3 #2873 11:39AM
She is beautiful and seems sweet but that dress is a tad too revealing for being at Disneyland, IMO. - Vegan7LuvsStitch  996.2 #154 5:17PM
i agree that's just too revealing for DL. but i guess money/status talks, when it comes to celebs - MaidMiriam  305.1 #780 9:06PM
As a mom I agree! - adventurerEnDisneylandia {AED}  693.9 #232 9:35PM
Its no more revealing then princess jasmine - DisneyMe2Death  872.3 #174 9:43PM
Jasmine doesn't spillith overeth - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint  4085.8 #23 9:49PM
Eh depends on the jasmine.. ξ„… lol@ spilleth overeth - DisneyMe2Death  872.3 #174 9:51PM
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ - HandMeAChurroImmaFaint  4085.8 #23 9:55PM
but little kids can see down that - Dave   11397.2 #2 10:51PM
Only those who are tall enough. (Or if she bends over). - aidensmama  340.1 #613 11:08PM
gimme a break, I see a lot worse than this and just because somebody is busty does not mean that she taking her top off and pole dancing in Fantasyland, I see a lot worse non Halloween days of kids that are probably not even 15 looking like they are getting ready for a audition for a strip club...maybe if she had her stomack showing like Jasmine does or a tiny skirt on like Tinkerbelle then I guess that would be bad also right? - Dave   11397.2 #2 11:18PM
I don't think it's bad at all... I've seen way worse at Disneyland before πŸ˜‚ - hd198789  189.4 #1993 11:23PM
It's just perfect for Studio K (speaking of pole dancing Fantasylands...) - NotSoDapperDan  323.3 #689 12:00AM
Since there is worse then I guess that I can post a pic of me in my Snow White costume since its about as low as this and as short as Tink's shirt. ;) - Vegan7LuvsStitch  996.2 #154 7:41AM
We were there last night and I was a bit surprised by quite a few of the costumes walking around? - TigrLvnMomma  159.5 #2421 8:39AM
OH man, were they like some of the things people wear to comic-con? - Lelundrial  468.5 #392 8:47AM
@vegan, go ahead and post the pic and we'll decide if its to revealing😜 - Mouse4life  1150.2 #120 9:06AM
Ha ha. I'm wearing it in Vegas and will be shy even there. I can imagine posting it here! My friends will be Belle and Cinderella. - Vegan7LuvsStitch  996.2 #154 9:15AM
That sounds like a good time. - Mouse4life  1150.2 #120 9:35AM
MrOctoberwait Pfftttt! - donnievegas  1132.4 #124 5:08PM
Perfect - polo33  59.9 #4064 8:27PM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

March 10, 2011 12:18 PM  The Hub
Drive a couple lights away from Disneyland and choose a street. I recommend just park at anaheim's Walmart on the 5 freeway and Euclid. Sleep there and the Walmart is 24 hrs. So bathroom and snacks/beverages are accessible.
Welcome. Sorry I can not help with where to park as we have not driven in a a long time. - Tealtownfan  886.2 #168 12:09PM
Sorry can't help but Welcome!  - CravingDisney  150.1 #2558 12:11PM
Welcome - DesertMouse  825.6 #186 1:14PM
I agree with walmart! - Dumbomom  308.5 #760 1:29PM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

March 6, 2011 10:17 AM  The Hub
Complain about other people
Smoke - E-Ticket  1081.6 #136 10:50PM
Bring the other 15 people in their party into line with them in front of me. Hey just a suggestion, if every one person standing in line can hold the spot for one person because sometimes you just have to pee!! - Sam241  475.6 #384 10:51PM
assume their strollers take precedence over everybody else - jacqueMeetsWorld  48.4 #4394 7:12AM
judge and stankeye....oh wait - Butterlina  1468.3 #88 7:15AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 25, 2011 9:35 AM  The Hub
Yes
Yes - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 9:35AM
It is - goofball  457.1 #404 9:37AM
Indeed it is. - VillainsFan  1216.5 #110 9:40AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 24, 2011 12:20 PM  The Hub
Dos
20 - TinkTinkTink  193.5 #39 10:50AM
I think 2. - PrincessCarmen  2589.4 #38 10:52AM
I went as a baby but obviously don't remember it. I think my first memory of Disneyland is when I was about 5 or 6. - Fruitbythefoot  33.4 #5044 9:19PM
9 - AllysonWonderland  47.7 #4417 9:26PM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 22, 2011 10:27 AM  The Hub
The 40 year old virgin. I still don't believe it.
 - kirsten!  144.8 #2642 2:55PM
Awww man I wish I was there! - ScreaminTowerOfChurros  20.8 #6237 2:56PM
AC Green is so nice; he wouldn't take pictures with people until they put down their drinks. I won a contest and met him at a Meet and Greet, Michael Cooper too. - Marie4me  0.6 #69012 10:50AM
@thekajasi haha that was random! I wasn't expecting that comment! - iampinoy  15.3 #7263 5:38PM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 19, 2011 7:31 AM  The Hub
My son did preschool, pony baseball, basketball summer camp, and we traveled the Americas quite a bit before hitting kindergarten. Now the he is in kindergarten I'm thinking about music. He wants to okay drums. I immerse son with different activities. Preschool Was just one of many things.
Preschool is very important it gives kids the head start they need to have an easier year in kindergarten! I used to work in a kindergarten class and there was a huge difference behavioral and academic wise between preschooled kids and Non! - Mrsblue  692.9 #234 4:39PM
I never went to preschool and I was a straight a student up until high school. I think it gives a nice jump start into the school system but I don't think it's necessary for every kid. - Heather  262.9 #1100 4:43PM
I think the studies in America say preschool helps children. Mine both went. I can't say much. I did not go when I was a child. Maybe I would be less shy. - E-Ticket  1081.6 #136 8:38AM
It really depends on how social the parents are and how much they work with the child at home...the first day of school years for children and parents are less when they have had preschool - ladylikesdisneysmom  269.6 #1042 8:46AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 19, 2011 7:32 AM  The Hub
Damn autocorrect learn drums
Preschool is very important it gives kids the head start they need to have an easier year in kindergarten! I used to work in a kindergarten class and there was a huge difference behavioral and academic wise between preschooled kids and Non! - Mrsblue  692.9 #234 4:39PM
I never went to preschool and I was a straight a student up until high school. I think it gives a nice jump start into the school system but I don't think it's necessary for every kid. - Heather  262.9 #1100 4:43PM
I think the studies in America say preschool helps children. Mine both went. I can't say much. I did not go when I was a child. Maybe I would be less shy. - E-Ticket  1081.6 #136 8:38AM
It really depends on how social the parents are and how much they work with the child at home...the first day of school years for children and parents are less when they have had preschool - ladylikesdisneysmom  269.6 #1042 8:46AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 19, 2011 7:36 AM  The Hub
As for the traveling part he has been introduced to mesoamerican ruins/pyramids, big cities, national parks, ghost towns, tons of beaches, and many historical places. I majored in history in college.
Preschool is very important it gives kids the head start they need to have an easier year in kindergarten! I used to work in a kindergarten class and there was a huge difference behavioral and academic wise between preschooled kids and Non! - Mrsblue  692.9 #234 4:39PM
I never went to preschool and I was a straight a student up until high school. I think it gives a nice jump start into the school system but I don't think it's necessary for every kid. - Heather  262.9 #1100 4:43PM
I think the studies in America say preschool helps children. Mine both went. I can't say much. I did not go when I was a child. Maybe I would be less shy. - E-Ticket  1081.6 #136 8:38AM
It really depends on how social the parents are and how much they work with the child at home...the first day of school years for children and parents are less when they have had preschool - ladylikesdisneysmom  269.6 #1042 8:46AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 18, 2011 10:38 AM  The Hub
George Bush does not like little people!
???? - Boodad12  72.4 #3807 10:09AM
Oh no - momofprincess  13.2 #7859 10:11AM
Too funny!! I might have to tell that joke to my family.  - MinnieJ  281.9 #919 11:05PM
OMG that made me laugh. - Tammilani  57.7 #4129 6:08AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 18, 2011 3:09 AM  The Hub
Cool story bro
Cool story bro - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 3:09AM
Totes dude bro - Smart.tea  205.4 #1803 3:19AM
My daughter used it as the entrance when she was young so she didn't have to go in the elevator - Jllybean  10.2 #9113 7:36AM
If they did another contest I think I would have to borrow peoples kids to be considered. I would lose my mind to be able to spend the night there - Smart.tea  205.4 #1803 8:37AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 18, 2011 3:36 AM  The Hub
3rd leg?
Pegasus :) - RandyNewman  401.0 #480 8:58PM
Looks like someones happy - kraken33  5.1 #15491 8:58PM
Hidden  - kirsten!  144.8 #2642 2:37PM
Why would it get reported? There is nothing offensive in this picture. "Cest nest pas une pipe" - DuffysJuju  627.4 #270 2:37PM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 18, 2011 3:44 AM  The Hub
Troy is cool name. Troy Aikman is my fav QB and played for the cowboys. He won 3 super bowls. It's you are giving him an old school name and also honoring your pops. Way better than those made up trendy names or alternative spelling of names
I like the name Troy but it is for much for sentimental value for me... Troy was my step-fathers name who passed, If i ever have a kid who is a boy I would like to incorporate this name into his name... :) - candymation  286.1 #888 8:36PM
Hun it's your baby boy, you name him Troy if you and your husband want to, don't let friends and family change what you want. This is your family now, be happy - Ms.Mouseketeer  1005.7 #152 8:38PM
My mom was going to name me Troy if I was a boy, now I have a cousin named Troy - KelBelle  453.2 #410 7:45AM
Wow thanks everyone, I feel so much better about the name, I just didn't understand why they didn't like it. Someone even said they couldn't pronounce it... Really?! So unless we find something we like better (which I don't think will happen cos I love Troy!) then Troy it is! Thanks for your input  - RickeyCalifornia  158.1 #2447 7:50AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 18, 2011 3:46 AM  The Hub
Cool instead of you. It's cool.
I like the name Troy but it is for much for sentimental value for me... Troy was my step-fathers name who passed, If i ever have a kid who is a boy I would like to incorporate this name into his name... :) - candymation  286.1 #888 8:36PM
Hun it's your baby boy, you name him Troy if you and your husband want to, don't let friends and family change what you want. This is your family now, be happy - Ms.Mouseketeer  1005.7 #152 8:38PM
My mom was going to name me Troy if I was a boy, now I have a cousin named Troy - KelBelle  453.2 #410 7:45AM
Wow thanks everyone, I feel so much better about the name, I just didn't understand why they didn't like it. Someone even said they couldn't pronounce it... Really?! So unless we find something we like better (which I don't think will happen cos I love Troy!) then Troy it is! Thanks for your input  - RickeyCalifornia  158.1 #2447 7:50AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 18, 2011 3:51 AM  The Hub
Where a short dress/skirt
Black pants, heels preferably open toed but comfortable to dance in and a glitzy top but not too revealing  - smilinbeckett  90.9 #3503 5:57PM
I used to promote for a club so I got ya covered:) If you plan on dancing with guys, don't wear a dress or a skirt, unless you don't mind your booty showing. Since it's cold, I'd suggest leggings, flat boots (heels are difficult to dance in too), and some sort of nice top. One with beads or something sparkly. Have fun! - ladylikesdisney  945.0 #159 5:58PM
Where a short dress/skirt - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 3:51AM
Ahh wear. - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 3:52AM

 7.6 #11086 (DL Qual #5579

February 18, 2011 3:52 AM  The Hub
Ahh wear.
Black pants, heels preferably open toed but comfortable to dance in and a glitzy top but not too revealing  - smilinbeckett  90.9 #3503 5:57PM
I used to promote for a club so I got ya covered:) If you plan on dancing with guys, don't wear a dress or a skirt, unless you don't mind your booty showing. Since it's cold, I'd suggest leggings, flat boots (heels are difficult to dance in too), and some sort of nice top. One with beads or something sparkly. Have fun! - ladylikesdisney  945.0 #159 5:58PM
Where a short dress/skirt - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 3:51AM
Ahh wear. - Leatherneck  7.6 #11086 3:52AM

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