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Fact #102

Before the open of the Pirates of the Caribbean in 1967, the only fake skeletons available were considered too ‘naff’ and displeasing to the Imagineers. So, they used real human skeletons, from UCLA medical school. 22 more words

Dead Men Tell No Tales (Pirates of The Caribbean)

One of my favorite rides at The Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World, FL. It’s quite hard for me to get any decent photos on this ride, plus it’s probably annoying to those you ride with to take photos so I usually only try to get photos when we get our own boat with no other passengers.   285 more words

Walt Disney World

Sage Words Sunday - What's your Problem

There’s no way to sugar-coat it, the Homestead is currently a very noisy place.

This has got nothing to do with the human inhabitants; we continue to move through the days with no noticeable increase in volume.   370 more words

Union Homestead

Upon rewatching POTC,

I find Will Turner a lot more interesting/endearing/relateable as a character if I read him as autistic.

Especially when he does the “repetition as communication” thing. 12 more words

Media Analysis

Disney World Ghost Stories

Check out this Blog about Disney Ghosts, very interesting and spooky.

Reports of Ghosts at several places inside Walt Disney World.

Source: Disney World Ghost Stories

Walt Disney World

GoGoGorilla Urban Art SeaMonkey revisted

I was lucky enough to get a message from the family who won one of ‘my’ WildInArt GogoGorilla statues at the Break Charity Auction back in 2013… 273 more words

Urban Art Statue WildinArt

Exploring East End

If I was going to recommend going anywhere after you hit the more obvious landmarks throughout London, it would be to take the tube to Liverpool Station and explore the Shoreditch/Hoxton/Camden area because it is probably the coolest place I have ever been to. 723 more words

Study Abroad