Opinion polls on all subjects. Opinions? Heck yes, we have opinions - but we're *always* nice about it, even when ours are diametrically opposed to yours. Register your vote today!
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Tokyo Disney Land is an exact replica of the center of Disney World (without the surrounding attractions) and Disney Land in Anaheim, CA. Signs are in English and Japanese but it's basically the same. Cinderella's Castle, Space Mountain, Thunder Mountain, House of Horror, It's a Small World, etc. and even the trams are all exact replicas.
And just next door to Tokyo Disney Land, they have Tokyo Disney Sea! https://www.tokyodisneyresort.jp/en/tds/
Yeah - the cost vs benefit equation doesn't come up with any real value.
There were a lot of dead voters in the last election. Over 100% of eligible voters, that kind of thing. Yet the winners don’t seem the least bit concerned.
Because the winners won. Why would they quibble over the means when the ends were achieved?
Exactly. Pennsylvania had a primary election yesterday and ran out of Republican ballots midday in a heavily red district. That was no accident.
Such things are no accident.
Ironically, the election turned out exactly as they wanted to.
I like that the parks are reopening. I have visited Disneyland & Universal Studios in California, but not planning a trip anytime soon.
It might be more fun if they limit the numbers in lines. I remember waiting a long time for every ride.