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Popphan is a hurricane now.

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-06-12 07:46
How are you going to make it to the Intercot meet if you're busy hanging out off of Mexico's Pacific coast?
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Is anyone good with math?

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-06-12 04:44
I am trying to help my DS with his math homework. We are stuck on one question. I am wondering if anyone would be willing to explain how to obtain the answer to us.

"You are designing a rectangular enclosure with 8 rectangular sections separated by parallel walls. If you have 2900 feet of fencing, what is the maximum area that can be enclosed?"
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Is anyone good with math?

intercot.com - Tue, 2018-06-12 04:44
I am trying to help my DS with his math homework. We are stuck on one question. I am wondering if anyone would be willing to explain how to obtain the answer to us.

"You are designing a rectangular enclosure with 8 rectangular sections separated by parallel walls. If you have 2900 feet of fencing, what is the maximum area that can be enclosed?"
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Two Grevy’s Zebra foals join the herd at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

TheDisneyBlog.com - Tue, 2018-06-12 03:10

A little over a month ago, we learned that Disney’s Animal Kingdom had welcomed a pair of Grevy’s Zebra foals to their herd. Now the pair are ready to meet their adoring public with Disney providing the first photos of them out in the park. Youka and Zalika join other...

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Should Disney make EPCOT a year-round festival playground?

TheDisneyBlog.com - Tue, 2018-06-12 02:37

With the Food and Wine Festival at 90 days, Flower and Garden Festival extended to 75 days, the Festival of Holidays ringing in around 75 days, and the Festival of the Arts drawing 60 days, there’s really only one time at EPCOT that is currently without a festival – Summer....

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2019 DLR Grad Nites

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 20:20
Disneyland Resort Grad Nites for 2019

Get ready, graduates!
Registration for Disneyland Resort’s Grad Nites 2019 is coming soon.

EVENT DATES:
16 Nights for the year 2019

• Friday, May 10, 2019
• Saturday, May 11, 2019
• Friday, May 17, 2019
• Saturday, May 18, 2019
• Tuesday, May 21, 2019
• Wednesday, May 22, 2019
• Tuesday, May 28, 2019
• Wednesday, May 29, 2019
• Friday, May 31, 2019
• Tuesday, June 4, 2019
• Wednesday, June 5, 2019
• Friday, June 7, 2019
• Saturday, June 8, 2019
• Tuesday, June 11, 2019
• Wednesday, June 12, 2019
• Friday, June 14, 2019

TICKET PACKAGES:
The 2019 Grad Nite celebration will once again be offering the flexible three ticket package options. Capacity is limited for all ticket package types. The minimum group size to attend is 20 high school seniors and two adult chaperones over the age of 25 and approved by the school’s administration.

All students/chaperones must arrive together on the day of their event and enter through the designated Grad Nite security screening area. For every 20 student tickets purchased, the group will receive one complimentary chaperone ticket of the same ticket type. Regular park operating hours will be available on Disneyland.com approximately six weeks prior to the event dates. Select lands, attractions, food & beverage locations, and entertainment will be offered between 9pm-2am. Attraction and entertainment availability is subject to change.

All students/chaperones from the registered school must purchase the same Grad Nite ticket package type. Only one reservation will be allowed from each school.

• Option 1 – $79.00 per student, for chosen event date
o 8pm - Access to Disney California Adventure
o 9pm-2am – Private party at DCA

• Option 2 - $99.00 per student, for chosen event date
o Posted opening time – Access to DCA
o 9pm-2am – Private party at DCA

• Option 3 - $139.00 per student, for chosen event date
o Posted opening times – Park Hopper access to DCA and Disneyland
o 9pm-2am – Private party at DCA


Visit the Disney Youth Programs site online to familiarize yourself with the policies and guidelines for dress codes and behavioral expectations.
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2019 DLR Grad Nites

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 20:20
Disneyland Resort Grad Nites for 2019

Get ready, graduates!
Registration for Disneyland Resort’s Grad Nites 2019 is coming soon.

EVENT DATES:
16 Nights for the year 2019

• Friday, May 10, 2019
• Saturday, May 11, 2019
• Friday, May 17, 2019
• Saturday, May 18, 2019
• Tuesday, May 21, 2019
• Wednesday, May 22, 2019
• Tuesday, May 28, 2019
• Wednesday, May 29, 2019
• Friday, May 31, 2019
• Tuesday, June 4, 2019
• Wednesday, June 5, 2019
• Friday, June 7, 2019
• Saturday, June 8, 2019
• Tuesday, June 11, 2019
• Wednesday, June 12, 2019
• Friday, June 14, 2019

TICKET PACKAGES:
The 2019 Grad Nite celebration will once again be offering the flexible three ticket package options. Capacity is limited for all ticket package types. The minimum group size to attend is 20 high school seniors and two adult chaperones over the age of 25 and approved by the school’s administration.

All students/chaperones must arrive together on the day of their event and enter through the designated Grad Nite security screening area. For every 20 student tickets purchased, the group will receive one complimentary chaperone ticket of the same ticket type. Regular park operating hours will be available on Disneyland.com approximately six weeks prior to the event dates. Select lands, attractions, food & beverage locations, and entertainment will be offered between 9pm-2am. Attraction and entertainment availability is subject to change.

All students/chaperones from the registered school must purchase the same Grad Nite ticket package type. Only one reservation will be allowed from each school.

• Option 1 – $79.00 per student, for chosen event date
o 8pm - Access to Disney California Adventure
o 9pm-2am – Private party at DCA

• Option 2 - $99.00 per student, for chosen event date
o Posted opening time – Access to DCA
o 9pm-2am – Private party at DCA

• Option 3 - $139.00 per student, for chosen event date
o Posted opening times – Park Hopper access to DCA and Disneyland
o 9pm-2am – Private party at DCA


Visit the Disney Youth Programs site online to familiarize yourself with the policies and guidelines for dress codes and behavioral expectations.
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Disney Cruise 2019!

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 18:26
So After watching many Vlogs, We have decided to go Disney Cruising in 2019. I have lots of questions. I hope the Intercot community can help!

SO EXCITED!

First Question, how Early is the check in?
Where is and how much is Parking?
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Disney Cruise 2019!

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 18:26
So After watching many Vlogs, We have decided to go Disney Cruising in 2019. I have lots of questions. I hope the Intercot community can help!

SO EXCITED!

First Question, how Early is the check in?
Where is and how much is Parking?
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But it has always been that way!!!

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 16:42
Another thread got me thinking about how many people assume something has been that way at Disney since the beginning, simply because that was how it was the first time they went to Disney. So I thought it would be fun, for all of us to share some of the things we experienced at Disney that no longer exist (or have changed significantly). So below is my list

1. A thru E tickets - Anyone else remember not having the ticket you needed to go on something you wanted to?
2. The Swan Boats
3. The unlimited attraction ticket (or whatever it's official name was) - this was available in the last year or so of the A thru E tickets and allowed you to ride everything as many times as you wanted to.
4. Gun Fights in Frontierland - I remember watching the Sheriff and his deputies trying to capture train robbers at the train station, which used to be where Splash Mountain is now.
5. Diamond Horseshoe review - Anyone else remember when this used to be a show?
6. 20,000 Leagues under the Sea - Only "E" ticket attraction in MK to close.
7. Mission to Mars - This was a tame (by modern standards) trip to Mars. I don;t remember to much of the show, other than the albatross landing and setting of the crash alarm.
8. Journey into Imagination - It is really sad that they closed this one.
9. Journey into Your Imagination - So glad they closed this one.
10. Mike Fink's Keel Boats // Davy Crockett Canoes - I really miss all the boats that used to go around Tom Sawyers Island.

Ok, think I will stop here. What are some of the things that you got to experience that no longer exist? Don't feel restricted to just list things in the parks.
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But it has always been that way!!!

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 16:42
Another thread got me thinking about how many people assume something has been that way at Disney since the beginning, simply because that was how it was the first time they went to Disney. So I thought it would be fun, for all of us to share some of the things we experienced at Disney that no longer exist (or have changed significantly). So below is my list

1. A thru E tickets - Anyone else remember not having the ticket you needed to go on something you wanted to?
2. The Swan Boats
3. The unlimited attraction ticket (or whatever it's official name was) - this was available in the last year or so of the A thru E tickets and allowed you to ride everything as many times as you wanted to.
4. Gun Fights in Frontierland - I remember watching the Sheriff and his deputies trying to capture train robbers at the train station, which used to be where Splash Mountain is now.
5. Diamond Horseshoe review - Anyone else remember when this used to be a show?
6. 20,000 Leagues under the Sea - Only "E" ticket attraction in MK to close.
7. Mission to Mars - This was a tame (by modern standards) trip to Mars. I don;t remember to much of the show, other than the albatross landing and setting of the crash alarm.
8. Journey into Imagination - It is really sad that they closed this one.
9. Journey into Your Imagination - So glad they closed this one.
10. Mike Fink's Keel Boats // Davy Crockett Canoes - I really miss all the boats that used to go around Tom Sawyers Island.

Ok, think I will stop here. What are some of the things that you got to experience that no longer exist? Don't feel restricted to just list things in the parks.
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The Edison at Disney Springs featured burger for June is Impossibly delicious

TheDisneyBlog.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 11:44

As you walk by in your flip flop, fanny pack, Mickey Mouse t-shirt take a moment to enjoy one of the more unique restaurants to ever open at Walt Disney World – The Edison. The Edison occupies roughly the same footprint as the fondly remembered Adventurers Club and with its...

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Parade at MK- is dragon gone or just not breathing fire?

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 11:41
Curious how the fire has changed the afternoon parade. Has the dragon disappeared from the parade? My favorite part of the parade and not sure I will take the time to see it in August.
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Parade at MK- is dragon gone or just not breathing fire?

intercot.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 11:41
Curious how the fire has changed the afternoon parade. Has the dragon disappeared from the parade? My favorite part of the parade and not sure I will take the time to see it in August.
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Dreams Unlimited Travel Show – 06/11/18

disunplugged.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 08:00
In this episode, Craig shares his experience of spending a day and a half at Disneyland Paris! Want to get in touch? Check out our contact page. Podcasts #104 – Disneyland Paris:[Download Mp3] Show Notes: To book a vacation with Tracey Heinrichs, click here! To book an Adventures by Disney vacation with Kevin Klose, click here! For general [...]
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DIS Unplugged Podcast – 06/11/18 – Disneyland Show

disunplugged.com - Mon, 2018-06-11 08:00
In this episode, Disneyland announces new changes and restrictions to its Annual Passholder program, Downtown Disney begins to close, and we look at what to expect with Pixar Pier! To get in touch with the team, check out our contact page. Listen/Download #731 – Disneyland Discussion: [download mp3] Show Notes Subscribe via iTunes Subscribe via RSS [...]
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Magic Kingdom Spotlights Its June Signature Dishes

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-10 19:13
Two Magic Kingdom restaurants are putting a spotlight on their June signature dishes:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts


... the Hot Dog of the Month at Casey’s Corner – the Philly Cheese Steak Hot Diggity Dog with roast beef, sautéed peppers and onions, and cheese sauce.

This month’s Flatbread of the Month at Pinocchio Village Haus is the Beef & Bleu Flatbread with bleu cheese, onions, and beef brisket with Alfredo sauce and brushed with a garlic butter.
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Magic Kingdom Spotlights Its June Signature Dishes

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-10 19:13
Two Magic Kingdom restaurants are putting a spotlight on their June signature dishes:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts


... the Hot Dog of the Month at Casey’s Corner – the Philly Cheese Steak Hot Diggity Dog with roast beef, sautéed peppers and onions, and cheese sauce.

This month’s Flatbread of the Month at Pinocchio Village Haus is the Beef & Bleu Flatbread with bleu cheese, onions, and beef brisket with Alfredo sauce and brushed with a garlic butter.
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Brunch Starts soon at Chef Art Smith's Homecommin'

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-10 19:03
Fans of Chef Art Smith's Homecommin' will be glad to know there is a new seating commin' soon:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts
...there’s a new brunch coming to Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ at Disney Springs. Starting on June 24, you can enjoy the Rise & Shine Southern Brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On the starter menu, you’ll find cheddar drop biscuits served with either blackberry fig jam or sawmill gravy.



There’s also DELICIOUS DOUGHNUTS! You can either get Bacon & Pecan Doughnuts drizzled with caramel or the Rise N’ Shine house-made sugar doughnuts served with spiced cane syrup and seasonal fruit.




The starters on the menu include a selection of southern comfort foods like the Hallelujah Biscuit. This dish is comprised of an open-faced big biscuit topped with Chef Art’s famous fried chicken, two fried eggs, pimento cheese, and pecan-smoked bacon and smothered in sawmill gravy. There’s also the Sunrise Burger topped with pecan-smoked bacon, a fried egg, white cheddar, and tomato-bacon jam, or the Country Benedict, an open-faced big biscuit with griddled country ham, two poached eggs and house-made hollandaise.



And of course, a brunch wouldn’t be complete without drinks! The Rise & Shine cocktail menu has a wide selection of Bloody Marys, sangria, and more – with the highlight being the Princess Mimosa with bubbly and freshly-squeezed Florida orange juice.

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Brunch Starts soon at Chef Art Smith's Homecommin'

intercot.com - Sun, 2018-06-10 19:03
Fans of Chef Art Smith's Homecommin' will be glad to know there is a new seating commin' soon:

Quote: Originally Posted by Disney Parks & Resorts
...there’s a new brunch coming to Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ at Disney Springs. Starting on June 24, you can enjoy the Rise & Shine Southern Brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. On the starter menu, you’ll find cheddar drop biscuits served with either blackberry fig jam or sawmill gravy.



There’s also DELICIOUS DOUGHNUTS! You can either get Bacon & Pecan Doughnuts drizzled with caramel or the Rise N’ Shine house-made sugar doughnuts served with spiced cane syrup and seasonal fruit.




The starters on the menu include a selection of southern comfort foods like the Hallelujah Biscuit. This dish is comprised of an open-faced big biscuit topped with Chef Art’s famous fried chicken, two fried eggs, pimento cheese, and pecan-smoked bacon and smothered in sawmill gravy. There’s also the Sunrise Burger topped with pecan-smoked bacon, a fried egg, white cheddar, and tomato-bacon jam, or the Country Benedict, an open-faced big biscuit with griddled country ham, two poached eggs and house-made hollandaise.



And of course, a brunch wouldn’t be complete without drinks! The Rise & Shine cocktail menu has a wide selection of Bloody Marys, sangria, and more – with the highlight being the Princess Mimosa with bubbly and freshly-squeezed Florida orange juice.

Attached Images    
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