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#31
Its probably even in Farmington
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#32
(10-29-2019, 07:30 AM)gregwibert Wrote: [Image: 8gs6ohlkror01.jpg]
I said too much..... I think I have to go into witness protection now Tongue
Tuck, Roll, and Aim for the grass!
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#33
(10-29-2019, 05:36 PM)CPrider Wrote: I said too much..... I think I have to go into witness protection now Tongue

ROTFL!!!  Laugh Laugh Laugh
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#34
I like how Walt Disney used to go on his ABC show just to show off the latest renderings, ideas, plans and construction on his parks. He knew what he was doing. Parks would be well served sharing info about their efforts with interested parties. Having park employees who publicly threaten violence against people who talk about future ride placement is pretty creepy.

The Fire Chief should be going right here:

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#35
(10-31-2019, 12:04 AM)jetstar2 Wrote: I like how Walt Disney used to go on his ABC show just to show off the latest renderings, ideas, plans and construction on his parks. He knew what he was doing. Parks would be well served sharing info about their efforts with interested parties. Having park employees who publicly threaten violence against people who talk about future ride placement is pretty creepy.

The Fire Chief should be going right here:

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Thats the most logical place.
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#36
(10-31-2019, 12:04 AM)jetstar2 Wrote: I like how Walt Disney used to go on his ABC show just to show off the latest renderings, ideas, plans and construction on his parks. He knew what he was doing. Parks would be well served sharing info about their efforts with interested parties. Having park employees who publicly threaten violence against people who talk about future ride placement is pretty creepy.

The Fire Chief should be going right here:

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So do I need to watch my back with my drone videos? I know where everyone is talking about where it's rumored to go... I am just saying that there is a lot of mature trees that would be costly to remove or deal with
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#37
I think you'll be fine lol. The Fire Chief isn't very big. There may be a way to fit it in there without removing any trees.
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#38
(10-31-2019, 05:47 PM)jetstar2 Wrote: I think you'll be fine lol. The Fire Chief isn't very big. There may be a way to fit it in there without removing any trees.

This. Also, don't forget that Lagoon has a very capable landscaping department who deal with large and mature trees regularly. Smile
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#39
(10-31-2019, 12:04 AM)jetstar2 Wrote: I like how Walt Disney used to go on his ABC show just to show off the latest renderings, ideas, plans and construction on his parks. He knew what he was doing. Parks would be well served sharing info about their efforts with interested parties. Having park employees who publicly talk about future ride placement, and having members of the public wanting them to lose their jobs over it, is pretty creepy.

The Fire Chief should be going right here:

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There! I fixed it for you!



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