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Video Shows Adderall Being Offered On Giants' Miami Boat Trip
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Giants' wide receivers have refused to shed any light this week on their controversial boat ride in Miami. That might be a wise move. Video from Monday's getaway shows Odell Beckham Jr. sunbathing while talking to
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A thatched-roofed casita on a sward of moss-like grass at a hotel on Little Corn Island, 45 miles off the Nicaragua. "Though only a puddle jump from the Nicaraguan coast, the Corn Islands - Big Corn and Minuscule Corn, a half-hour boat ride apart - are among the few Caribbean destinations that are relatively unknown to international tourists," The Times wrote. This photo was published with the 2012 Times Fraternize article, "Off Nicaragua, a Quieter Caribbean."
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A thatched-roofed casita on a greensward of moss-like grass at a hotel on Little Corn Island, 45 miles off the Nicaragua. "Though only a puddle jump from the Nicaraguan seashore, the Corn Islands - Big Corn and Little Corn, a half-hour boat ride apart - are among the few Caribbean destinations that are extent unknown to international tourists," The Times wrote. This photo was published with the 2012 Times Travel article, "Off Nicaragua, a Quieter Caribbean."
There’s no reason Disneyland should have worked. Except Walt believed in people. It was a Christmas gift to the whole world, made all the more perfect because Santa delivered it. It was like the magical snowglobe ball from Amusement parks were dirty, They had roller coasters and ferris wheels. ” There was no effort in landscaping, or providing artistic buildings that didn’t produce direct revenue. The employees were nasty, because the owners were nasty to them. That’s what amusement parks were. If it weren’t these things, it wouldn’t be an amusement park, would it. So Walt waved his hands… I’m providing this introduction because this particular entry is the only one on my list that directly involves Walt Disney. It includes the only attractions on this list planned or created before his untimely death. Now I know, Rock Candy Mountain looks cool and the Monstro the Whale shoot the chutes…well…doesn’t…. but alas, they did not make the Top 30. Though, there will be an intermission halfway through the series to highlight the concepts that didn’t make the list…sort of an honorable mention parade…so they’ll certainly be highlighted there. But the funny thing about Walt was that he I’m talking of course, of Pirates of the Caribbean and the Haunted Mansion, the George Washington and Abraham Lincoln of the theme park world. As many of you know, both of these attractions were originally walk-throughs. Both were conceived as Disneyland was being finished, and both took more than a decade to bring to reality. In fact, since these attractions were gestating since Disneyland came into being, their history is almost a history of Disneyland itself. What a coincidence that I actually like telling histories about histories. So to return to our story…Once Upon a Time, Walt Disney waved his hands and… This is Walt showing off Disneyland via his first television show, “Disneyland. ” As many of you know, many (if not all) movie moguls saw television as an enemy to be vanquished (much like today’s movie and TV companies see Netflix and digital content). Walt, of course, saw it as an opportunity for entertainment and advertisement. And so, in exchange for a hefty percentage of ownership in Disneyland, Walt gave ABC a weekly Disney show. Before we get into the history of Pirates and Mansion, it behooves one to have the general history of Disneyland on retainer. If one were to fully appreciate, say, Abraham Lincoln’s presidency, one must also appreciate the circumstances of the presidency, such as the Missouri Compromise of 1850, the Civil War, and the disastrous reign of James Buchannan. So, to that end, what follows is a short, cliff notes version of the history of Disneyland during Walt’s day. For a detailed account of this time in Disneyland’s history, I would whole-heartedly recommend Sam Gennawey’s excellent “The Disneyland Story. , 1955, and revolutionized the theme park industry. Walt spent a ton on landscaping, theming, iconic structures with no attractions, and small details galore. The rides were customized. There were no roller coasters, no ferris wheels, no beer. There were just as many small attractions as big attractions. four times that of the average amusement park. Walt knew that if people genuinely enjoyed the atmosphere, they would stay longer, and spend more money. Like the economy, this is an idea professionals still somehow get wrong today. It’s the stay time, stupid. This was driven by Walt’s idea to have the park be designed by art directors and animators instead of architects and civil engineers. The theme parks were stories in three dimensions, imagination wrapped inside concrete and fiberglass shells. Instead of wandering through an amusement park, Guests felt as though they were walking through genuine fantasy realms and exotic worlds. Now, we all know that opening day at Disneyland was a disaster. But, to be fair, this was not due to the attraction lineup itself but to the naïveté that Disney had in actually running an amusement park: the last-minute construction that caused wet concrete and wet paint, the unfinished plumbing that caused...
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