DIS Unplugged Podcast – 04/16/13 – Orlando Show

| April 16, 2013

In this week’s show, Disney Cruise Line once again helps out in a rescue, BP calls for a boycott of Walt Disney World, and big changes may be coming to Disney Cruise Line. Then, Pete, Corey, Dustin, Shaun, Craig and DIS Unplugged: Disneyland Edition host Tom Bell discuss Disneyland Park in their first installment of Destination Disneyland. All this and more in this week’s edition of The DIS Unplugged! Want to get in touch? Check out our contact page.

Audio Edition

News, Housekeeping, & Rapidfire:
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Destination Disneyland: Disneyland Park:
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Video Edition

Show Notes



Top Ten DISboards.com Threads: March 2013:

10) Stateroom Mickey Ears – and then some

9) Free Dining Watch 2013

8) Question re: something one of the CMs said to me

7) Port Orleans Riverside QA thread 2013

6) Magic Kingdom at Phase III again today

5) I’m so upset I could cry

4) Drowning at Pop Century

3) Witnessed a Crime Scene at Epcot

2) My friends – the summer offer will be…

1) Disney College Program – Frump Style

DIS Cruise 1.0:

Upcoming DIS Adventures by Disney Trips:

Give Kids The World Fundraising Events!

Check out our Team Page to see everyone’s social media links!

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  • Craig Stewart

    Who is British
    Petroleum? That company merged with American companies Amoco and Atlantic
    Richfield Company along with others to become BP plc.

    “Don’t let things blow up” the Piper Alpha oil platform, 167 DEAD
    owned and run by the Occidental Petroleum Corporation, an American Company!

    BP employs far more people in the USA than any other country because of the USA
    oil demands, which are the largest in the world. That is why they drill for oil
    in the Gulf of Mexico.

    Also the Deep water horizon was owned and operated by former (tax dodge, head
    office in Switzerland) American company Transocean along with others including
    Halliburton, Anadarko and Mi SWACO who were operating the rig for BP when it
    blew up, which led to your devastating oil spill and contamination and I am
    sure it will take a lot longer to correct.

    I think that this statement to boycott Disney should be treated as a nonsense
    quote by one share holder, and why do you automatically assume that all the shareholders
    are British, it`s a worldwide company.

    Your attitude to dump it on British
    shores and your other comments are far more likely to initiate a boycott of Disney
    or an American holiday.

    Please get the facts correct before apportioning blame.

  • Suzi Campbell

    I just wanted to let you guys know that I really enjoyed this series. I am a WDW veteran (having grown up in FL), but visited Disneyland for my first time, earlier this month. I took all your advice…Monte Cristo at Cafe Orleans was divine! Dining at Carthay Circle was lovely. (My favorite part was looking at the photographs…) World of Color was amazing. I don’t drink, so we didn’t use your bar advice, but everything else was spot on. (We even knew to pass on the Matterhorn so as to prevent injury to my husbands bad back.)

    Thanks so much for giving me such a great head start on planning an itinerary that was perfect. Your tips and reviews combined with the info I gleaned from the Disneyland Edition of Disneyland 101, made a perfect visit for my husband and me.