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    Originally Posted By knightnfrees

    That's Greeeeat!!
     
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    Originally Posted By knightnfrees

    I mean, That's so Raven...scroft!
     
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    Originally Posted By avromark

    Who is Thurl for 500 please.
     
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    Originally Posted By TALL Disney Guy

    Please, don't make me Thurl. ;-)
     
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    Originally Posted By knightnfrees

    Wasn't that a Madonna movie? Who's that Thurl? ;)
     
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    Originally Posted By chickendumpling

    To answer So This Is Love's question in the free word association thread, "Campy" made me think of "Bunny" because I used to read "P.J. Funnybunny Camps Out" to the kids all the time! Cute little book. Guess it's still stuck in my head! LOL.

    In case you're curious (which I seriously doubt but just in case) <a href="http://www.randomhouse.com/kids/catalog/display.pperl?isbn=9780679832690" target="_blank">http://www.randomhouse.com/kid
    s/catalog/display.pperl?isbn=9780679832690</a>
     
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    Originally Posted By MissCandice

    Wow, they sure do get riled up in the WDW section.
     
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    Originally Posted By alexbook

    So, I'm sitting here listening to Mike Oldfield's magnificent 18-minute "Taurus II," and it reminded me of something I've been idly curious about:

    When people talk about a digital music player holding X number of songs, or an on-line store charging Y amount of money for a song, does the length of the song matter? Does iTunes charge the same for a 2-minute song and an 8-minute song? How do classical works fit into the scheme?
     
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    Originally Posted By alexbook

    [Correction: "Taurus II" runs roughly 24:30. It's still magnificent.]
     
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    Originally Posted By Autopia Deb

    iTunes *usually* charges $.99/song and $1.99 for a music video. They don't carry all songs, so I don't know if they'll have your Taurus II. YMV with other music download sites.
     
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    Originally Posted By sherrytodd

    I'm so happy! I was trying to find a Disneyland rose and I called Jackson & Perkins and they were sold out and said they wouldn't have any more till next season. I was at my local nursery this morning and for the heck of it, I went over to the roses and noticed that they had a bunch of Jackson & Perkins roses and there, kind of hidden in the center, was my beautiful Disneyland rose! I'm going to plant it right in the center of my front yard.
     
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    Originally Posted By DVC_dad

    Is the moon made of cheese?
     
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    Originally Posted By sherrytodd

    I've never been so I couldn't speak with authority. (Though that really has never stopped me before). Besides, didn't they fake the moon landing somewhere out in Nevada? Is Nevada made of cheese?
     
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    Originally Posted By Autopia Deb

    My nephew is the teeny tiniest baby I've ever held. Cute little guy, btw.
     
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    Originally Posted By MissCandice

    My feet are getting skinnier!
     
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    Originally Posted By chickendumpling

    HEY AVROMARK!

    Think he heard me?

    Hey, in the Alpha Thread you posted Mr. Dress Up. Is that Jim Bosley? I've never heard of Tickle Trunk. Is that a Canada thing?

    And yes, I could google it but I'm being lazy. :p
     
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    Originally Posted By avromark

    Well I linked it, and yes it is, or border states :p

    <a href="http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.staffannouncer.com/mrdressup/mrdressupTickleTrunk.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.staffannouncer.com/mrdressup.html&h=338&w=450&sz=27&hl=en&start=1&tbnid=rOkPJod30Kb0nM:&tbnh=95&tbnw=127&prev=/images" target="_blank">http://images.google.com/imgre
    s?imgurl=http://www.staffannouncer.com/mrdressup/mrdressupTickleTrunk.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.staffannouncer.com/mrdressup.html&h=338&w=450&sz=27&hl=en&start=1&tbnid=rOkPJod30Kb0nM:&tbnh=95&tbnw=127&prev=/images</a>%3Fq%3DTickle%2BTrunk%26gbv%3D2%26svnum%3D10%26hl%3Den%26sa%3DG


    Ernie Coombs is actually an American. He worked with Mr Rogers on Mista Rogers (the precursor of Mr Rogers Neighbourhood), basically they went to Canada to get their start, the American network saw the show and got Mr Rogers to go back to the US, Ernie Coombs took over as front runner in Canada.
     
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    Originally Posted By chickendumpling

    Cool. Thanks for the link (obnoxiously long though it is. :p) I'll have to spend some time checking that out. It looks interesting. I adored Mr. Rogers. Still do. I started reading "I'm Proud of You: My Friendship with Fred Rogers" by Tim Madigan during my last flight to California. I had to stop reading because I was really gonna start crying. lol.

    Point being, that if I liked Mr. Rogers, I'd probably like this guy too.

    Other point being, he is so NOT Jim Bosley. LOL.

    Sure looks like him though. At least to my eye. Here's a pic of Bosley:

    <a href="http://tinyurl.com/ys3toh" target="_blank">http://tinyurl.com/ys3toh</a>
     
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    Originally Posted By avromark

    Well he worked with Mr Rogers before he became famous in the US (Ironic how he had to move to Canada to get noticed in US, reffering to Mr Rogers). You probably would have liked the friendly Giant as well (Another US transplant)
    <a href="http://archives.cbc.ca/days_to_remember/classic_7361_en.asp?prov=1-111-1288" target="_blank">http://archives.cbc.ca/days_to
    _remember/classic_7361_en.asp?prov=1-111-1288</a>

    The song that puts spike to sleep is the theme song for that show.
     
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    Originally Posted By chickendumpling

    A guitar playing chicken?

    How ironic? LOL
     

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