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i remember in my day we used to take notes on these things called notebooks... it was a primitive time - Radius
501.4 #236 10:40PM
I know there are other videos out there, but with everyone wearing the interactive ears last night I wanted to make something that really showcased the new Glow with the Show technology. Brought a couple HD cameras and set one up on the bridge and the other straight on. Kinda awesome to see all the ears interact!
Hope you enjoy!
WOW this is an incredible video... I feel like I'm there all over again! Thanks for posting! - Jenniferr
428.0 #294 2:41PM
Great video!! I could watch it over and over! - duckchub
288.7 #676 2:46PM
Yes, I believe it was Coaster who posted it - Jo_ohanna 383.7 #349 11:17AM
I just got one of the mistake maps when I walked into DL a half hour ago - ScooterMike
1959.8 #35 5:14PM
Correct me if I'm wrong but also in the DCA maps there's a picture of the partners statue in it instead of the storytellers statue located in Buena vista street....if someone can look and clarify lol - Penguinn_CM
188.2 #1769 7:17AM
Add Me Please... Thanks... - DoomBuggy61
261.6 #899 7:23AM
*Glow with The Show News* Spoke to a very informative CM named Joseph and he gave me a spiel about the ears and AP merchandise. The ears work by receiving wavelengths from various attractions. They will automatically shut off in Dark Attractions such as Haunted Mansion. They so far work with World of Color, Carsland and Mad T Party. For example- When you're by the Cozy Cone they should turn Orange More...
Thanks for the info! Just another tip is that we cannot embroider names on this hat because there's electronics in the hat. - BaseballMickey_CM
2826.8 #16 12:38PM
Liked so people see your comment
- MayBie 1864.2 #40 12:41PM
Thanks for the info, I was wondering this. - Sarafina 398.6 #335 12:53PM
It works at Luigis, Flo's and Mad T Party too. When you pass by Luigis they sync up and go from red to white to green. I hear at T Party they blink to the beats. Dave told me last night that they sync up when you are in Flo's too. - Sandcar13
1329.7 #60 12:43PM
Yes. This is all true. Very cool tech. - BCC 4640.6 #5 12:45PM
Thought of by someone in our very own tech services department. - BCC 4640.6 #5 12:46PM
Judy told me about this the other night, i thought it was awesome. - chris. 2507.3 #24 2:21PM
Is this a special event or will it be open to the general public. I'd love those ears when I go in november but I'm not an annual pass holder. - TrueFromOzLovesDisney
312.2 #546 11:09PM
@jacs1234 the ears are available for purchase by anyone. you can find them at the first giftshop on the left when you enter DCA the past few days there have been CM's with a whole set up for the ears as a way to teach park goers and get them to buy the cool new thing. to let you know how few people are getting them for free, the cm I spoke to did not even know about the glow with the show AP event. so don't worry they'll be there in November. - howdyhowdyhowdy 45.9 #3834 2:47AM
Congrates Azcam08! Please email me at email@example.com by Monday...
RAK time for those with little ones once again a simple add me will do and which one you prefer and no entering for other MW'ers. These are universal pacifier holders as in picture. I will pick a winner at noon on Sat. 23 ✨✨✨
No need to enter me but those are adorable! 😃 - Dahulagirl
1053.2 #80 6:34PM
#RAK!!! Last 10 minutes before I choose the winners so sign up if you haven't!!! Happy fathers day to all the dads out there, especially to my dad 😃!!! In honor of today I'm raking what you 👀 below! I picked up a few new DCA maps yesterday and I also have a grape soda pin that are up for grabs. Rules: anyone can enter and must post a special memory with their dad or father figure. Here's mi More...
Add me please for the soda pop pin(: well my father has never been in the picture, I seen him once a year until my 10th bday I'm 22 now. But my mother, she is truly an amazing person and has been also a father figure to me and my 3 sisters and brother. The memory I cherish the most of her includes my father at one of his not so best moments when he stood me up for a bday dinner. My little 9 year old self waited for 2 hours for him but he never arrived when my mom got fed up and she chewed him out over the phone then took me to my favorote restaurant cheering me up. I consider father's day another mother's day especially when you have a mother who is single. - lina1990
120.9 #2712 12:54PM
Please add me! I'm still needing the grape soda pin!!! My dad gives me lots of great memories, and I just really appreciate him for stepping up when my mom left and he took over the job of both parents. Cant thank him enough! - SSTMClimber
222.2 #1331 11:47AM
Dude, I can vouch for this all the way! Your dad really is the best, and I am envious of your guys' relationship!(: miss you doll, we need to hang out when I come home!!! - AvidDisneyThrifter220 848.1 #107 7:07PM
Add me please. a few years back my dad took me n my bro to watch the long beach grand prix which we are all race fans. live is so much better than on tv... and we still dvr'd it. - theREBELspy
177.0 #1902 2:27AM
Dole Pineapple Whips
Estimated Cost: $6.00 for four servings.
Notes: Plan on making this on a day when you will be around for a few hours. There's only a few minutes of active prep time, but you'll need to time it just right.
2 20 ounce cans Dole crushed pineapple with juice 2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons lime juice
1/3 cup sugar
1 and 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream, whipped
Drain p More...
Thanks for this info. Quality post. Hands you a Dole Whip. They are my fave thing in the park. - splashphotoCM
880.9 #101 5:05PM
I'n going to try this Wednesday for a luau we are having. Hope it turns out. - jjdq
326.7 #490 5:02PM
Does anyone know if they have a fastpasses or something of that sort for children with ADD?! Because it is very difficult to take the little one because in line he gets very impatient and tantrums start. I try to explain it to him. But he has ADD there is only so much I can do in the parks. As a child development major I know some techniques but many don't seem to work here in the parks! Any sugge More...
Princess, I'm sad to inform you that a lot of folks had some levels of ADD as kids, and even todays children as well. The problem is they aren't being diagnosed correctly. I grew up with ADHD and still suffer some side affects of it. They had me hopped up on so much Ritalin as a child, that when they finally took me off of it at 14 years old, I had to miss nearly 2 weeks of school due to withdrawal. But medications have vastly advanced since the 80's and early 90's. But when my parents took me to DL, the key was to keep me occupied while in line for a ride. Magazines/books, some toys, a handheld game. Guest assistance should really be saved for people who can’t traverse stairs, folks in wheelchairs, real “debilitating” disabilities. And people who goto Disneyland should go knowing that it’s a place that children love to be, and children will be children. They throw tantrums, they get side tracked, they love to play with the chains in the lines, they are bound to climb on things. ADD and ADHD sucks and can amplify these actions, but it’s no reason to let them think that they can’t function with regular society by getting a pass that let’s them get on rides faster. - TheBudd
357.3 #396 4:26PM
And I would also like to point out the one of the reasons I goto DL and love it is to see the reactions of the children there. It takes me back. If a child is overly excited, it just reminds me of how I was, and how blessed I was to have parents who were willing to deal with it. My own son is not even three yet, and is showing severe signs of ADHD. It's a rough road, can be bumpy in teenage years, but I wish you the best. - TheBudd 357.3 #396 4:32PM
Disneyland doesn't have the same stance as you that GAC's should be saved only for those with physical disabilities. They also issue them to people who suffer anxiety, claustrophobia, etc. - Mimmy 1405.6 #57 4:33PM
@Sidney, true, most the meds for ADD cause increased metabolism, lol. I ate SOOOO much and was rail thin. But the Ritalin stunted my growth. At 14, I was 5'10. That's when my parents decided it was time to stop the Ritalin. By 15, I was 6'1. It was a painful year. My body was catching up with all the growing it should have been doing all along because I come from a tall family. - TheBudd 357.3 #396 4:35PM
@Mimmy, yes, those are "debilitating" disabilities. But if people just don't use some moral reasoning, pretty soon there's going to be no reason for the GAC because those poor people with the real problems are going to stuck in a line with people who are just impatient. - TheBudd 357.3 #396 4:37PM
I'd hardly say her requesting a GAC is immoral. If Disneyland doesn't feel she has a valid reason, they wouldn't issue her one. If people lie and obtain them when they don't really need them, that's a different situation entirely. Based on our knowledge of what Disney issues them for, she does qualify. - Mimmy 1405.6 #57 4:41PM
Well the morality thing was thrown loosely. I try to mousewait fast so my wife doesn't start yelling at me, lol. I just really don't like that ADD or ADHD is getting thrown in like it's a debilitating disorder. It's not. In fact, we retain ALOT. We are extremely creative, opinionated, and self-reliant. Most of us just don't like to be told what to do. We are leaders. And our parents need to realize that. "Sorry Mom, I was just born this way, love me or hate me, but I am the way I am." It's no reason to basically lump us with people with real disorders that can cause them to lash out or have a panic attack in public. - TheBudd 357.3 #396 4:54PM
Sidney, if you know enough about the subject, you'd know that ADD is nothing compared to ADHD. The real problem is people who pamper people with these disorders. They are learning disorders, and do not physical debilitate us. We are able to function just fine with normal society as long as someone takes the step forward to teach us. It's not impossible, it's just taxing. - TheBudd 357.3 #396 5:03PM
It's still stress, and it can be debilitating to the body. - theDebsterM 138.2 #2471 5:17PM
This is a real taboo subject on here. It's up to you as a parent to figure out how severe the need for the pass is.y daughter has Autism and our trips to the parks used to be miserable. She would panic in the confined line space and most of the time she and I would sit out the ride. Plumie told us about the GAC and its amazing our trips to the parks have done a 360. We still have to wait in line, but we are in a more open area and she tolerates it much better. Thus allowing all of us to enjoy the attractions as a family. And if other people have a problem with it that's too darn bad. Live one day in the life of a parent with a special needs child. I bet your view of the GAC pass changes. - Mrsblue 692.4 #145 2:01AM
I skimmed the posts above.. all you can do is ask at city hall and they will ask you questions about the severity of his problem and make a decision. If no, then take him to tom sawyer's island to wear him out a little, then go on the short time rides like snow white, tea cups, etc. Try to go on low crowd days or nights. A littleplanning really helps. I have an autistic who can be a handful. You can also come along with us but many times the wait is still 20- 30 minutes sometimes. - Plumiegirl
3322.9 #10 5:32PM
I was thinking the same thing... and here we are. I hope everyone has an absolutely amazing and magical day! - melissa_ficent
317.9 #529 6:59AM
I am allowed to give extra time for homework and for exams. I had a student last year who enrolled in our school and, somehow, her designation as a resource student was lost along the way. I requested that the SPEd department test her and found that she needed resource help. Those things can happen. - sr citizen space ranger
48.3 #3783 4:56PM
Short lived excitement. Went to a mexican restaurant (in new Zealand) and they had churros on the menu. My DHB and I just about flipped out as the first place we discovered them and fell in love with them was DL. They came out and they were the size of your finger and rock hard ...... Yuck . Guess we are too far from Mexico and DL to know how to make them in little old new Zealand. Need to get ba More...
Here you go. Ingredients
1 cup water 2 1/2 tablespoons white sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 cup all-purpose flour 2 quarts oil for frying 1/2 cup white sugar, or to taste 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1. In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine water, 2 1/2 tablespoons sugar, salt and 2 tablespoons vegetable oil. Bring to a boil and remove from heat. Stir in flour until mixture forms a ball. 2. Heat oil for frying in deep-fryer or deep skillet to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Pipe strips of dough into hot oil using a pastry bag. Fry until golden; drain on paper towels. 3. Combine 1/2 cup sugar and cinnamon. Roll drained churros in cinnamon and sugar mixture. - UncoolBunny
70.9 #3388 10:42PM
Wow! Thanks uncool that is awesome! - Disneycrazymom 99.5 #3037 10:45PM