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    Presuming SR has left Paris intact so that I may enjoy it a little tomorrow and Disneyland over the weekend... I'll be away till monday (and I'm taking the matches and the candles).

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Presuming SR has left Paris intact so that I may enjoy it a little tomorrow and Disneyland over the weekend... I'll be away till monday
    Have lots of fun, and give Mickey a big hug!

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    (and I'm taking the matches and the candles).
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Presuming SR has left Paris intact so that I may enjoy it a little tomorrow and Disneyland over the weekend... I'll be away till monday (and I'm taking the matches and the candles).

    Have fun!
    It was still standing when I left. Hopefully, it has stopped raining. Watch out for the traffic and enjoy some chocolate for me. We spent close to 100 euros on chocolate and macarons on our trip. LOL Ate the Belgium first, 'cause it's the best. Pierre Marcolini rocks. (thus the 100 euros)

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    It's still in one piece... sort of...

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    It was still standing when I left. Hopefully, it has stopped raining. Watch out for the traffic and enjoy some chocolate for me. We spent close to 100 euros on chocolate and macarons on our trip. LOL Ate the Belgium first, 'cause it's the best. Pierre Marcolini rocks. (thus the 100 euros)
    It was indeed still standing ... still is after today.

    It wasn't me who broke the item in the museum store of the National Museum of Midieval Art. I was, however, too late to catch it from crashing onto the floor as the lady on the opposite side pushed the item off the shelf.

    Anywho, I passed by a chocolate store where they had the mask of Tutanchamon IN CHOCOLATE on display. Nearly licked the glass casing.

    Tomorrow and Sunday is Disneyland time. I'll try to hug Mickey or any other Disney/Marvel figure I can spot.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family and College Football Saturday! Good luck to everyone's teams!

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    It was still standing when I left. Hopefully, it has stopped raining. Watch out for the traffic and enjoy some chocolate for me. We spent close to 100 euros on chocolate and macarons on our trip. LOL Ate the Belgium first, 'cause it's the best. Pierre Marcolini rocks. (thus the 100 euros)
    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Anywho, I passed by a chocolate store where they had the mask of Tutanchamon IN CHOCOLATE on display. Nearly licked the glass casing.
    Mmmmm....chocolate...

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Tomorrow and Sunday is Disneyland time. I'll try to hug Mickey or any other Disney/Marvel figure I can spot.
    Yay!
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Have not been able to hug any character. They are well guarded and can only be hugged during certain times. It was also raining pretty much the entire day so wasn't really in the best of states to be hugging Mickey or others.

    Also, one rollercoaster had a waiting time of 130 minutes... we thought we read the board wrong but nope, we didn't... Thundermountain in Frontierland had a 130 minute waiting time at 18:09.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Have not been able to hug any character. They are well guarded and can only be hugged during certain times. It was also raining pretty much the entire day so wasn't really in the best of states to be hugging Mickey or others.

    Also, one rollercoaster had a waiting time of 130 minutes... we thought we read the board wrong but nope, we didn't... Thundermountain in Frontierland had a 130 minute waiting time at 18:09.
    Ahhhh, so it was a typical day at Disney, aside from the rain, of course.

    Here's this week's College Football Roundup! USC had a bye, Virginia Tech beat Miami 42-35, Tennessee fell to Georgia 43-14, and Navy beat Air Force 34-25. This morning's PT run in Atlantis will be...interesting.
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Canon Monday!
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    I survived Hyperspace Mountain... and never doing that again.

    Also, Thundermountain.... sorta forgot it has a pitchblack part in it, but it was so much more fun that the space mountain 2.0. I'm sorry but rollercoasters that happen in the dark are just no fun, especially when you loose all sense of up and down during the ride.

    But we did it, and in my sister's words: "We're off the wussies list."

    But only barely, I might add.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I survived Hyperspace Mountain... and never doing that again.

    Also, Thundermountain.... sorta forgot it has a pitchblack part in it, but it was so much more fun that the space mountain 2.0. I'm sorry but rollercoasters that happen in the dark are just no fun, especially when you loose all sense of up and down during the ride.

    But we did it, and in my sister's words: "We're off the wussies list."

    But only barely, I might add.
    Good for you!! I used to love rollercoasters (before my back got bad and now I would never attempt it). I agree with you about the dark thing. I never liked rollercoasters that went into the dark.

    Did you get to hug any characters?

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    Something I just saw on Tumblr:

    Someone asked Joe Mallozzi if they knew about Sparky's popularity and did they make script choices because of it. And Mallozzi says "Alas, the writers weren't aware that this was a popular fan pairing at the time."

    He's such a *bleeping* liar!!! Gero came on GW to say a hug is just a hug. They knew. And you're telling me that the kiss in The Long Goodbye wasn't on purpose. Puh-leeeeze!!

    So many years later, and that man can still make my blood boil.

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    Did you get to hug any characters?
    Unfortunately no... but my sister did get a picture of Donald Duck on his own, being all funky.

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    So many years later, and that man can still make my blood boil.
    Ah... but this might "cheer you up"... he also mentioned that when Rachel mentioned she was pregnant before they started filming season 4, they briefly considered Sheppard as the father. However, they decided that it would reflect poorly on both characters so they didn't go with that.

    Rachel did thwart their plans to have McKay become a father, so I'm eternally grateful for Rachel's timing there cause I couldn't have stomached even more focus on McKay.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Smutty Tuesday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I survived Hyperspace Mountain... and never doing that again.

    Also, Thundermountain.... sorta forgot it has a pitchblack part in it, but it was so much more fun that the space mountain 2.0. I'm sorry but rollercoasters that happen in the dark are just no fun, especially when you loose all sense of up and down during the ride.

    But we did it, and in my sister's words: "We're off the wussies list."

    But only barely, I might add.
    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Good for you!! I used to love rollercoasters (before my back got bad and now I would never attempt it). I agree with you about the dark thing. I never liked rollercoasters that went into the dark.

    Did you get to hug any characters?
    Ugh, I never liked rollercoasters that were in the dark either. I always tried to like Space Mountain because, you know, SPACE! but I hated how it always crushed me into a corner of the seat (if you've ever seen the track layout, it's basically one big corkscrew. G forces are annoying.). Now, outdoor rollercoasters at night can be fun (Matterhorn and Big Thunder, I'm looking at you two awesome punks), but indoor? Nope.

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Something I just saw on Tumblr:

    Someone asked Joe Mallozzi if they knew about Sparky's popularity and did they make script choices because of it. And Mallozzi says "Alas, the writers weren't aware that this was a popular fan pairing at the time."

    He's such a *bleeping* liar!!! Gero came on GW to say a hug is just a hug. They knew. And you're telling me that the kiss in The Long Goodbye wasn't on purpose. Puh-leeeeze!!

    So many years later, and that man can still make my blood boil.
    Saw that. Had flashbacks of the bad kind. Grrrr...

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    Ah... but this might "cheer you up"... he also mentioned that when Rachel mentioned she was pregnant before they started filming season 4, they briefly considered Sheppard as the father. However, they decided that it would reflect poorly on both characters so they didn't go with that.
    At least they had enough sense to see that much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Rachel did thwart their plans to have McKay become a father, so I'm eternally grateful for Rachel's timing there cause I couldn't have stomached even more focus on McKay.
    I swear, Rachel's a big damn hero for that.
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    Sparky is on screen. Therefore, it is canon. Elizabeth is still out there. And John WILL bring her home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I survived Hyperspace Mountain... and never doing that again.

    Also, Thundermountain.... sorta forgot it has a pitchblack part in it, but it was so much more fun that the space mountain 2.0. I'm sorry but rollercoasters that happen in the dark are just no fun, especially when you loose all sense of up and down during the ride.

    But we did it, and in my sister's words: "We're off the wussies list."

    But only barely, I might add.
    When I was young, I loved rollercoasters and rides of all kinds but somehow, with age I got more timid. Though I did still love Space Mountain the last time I went on it. We went to Universal the last time we were in Orlando and I discovered that the virtual rides are all the fun without the scare. Somehow my mind just knows I'm not in danger. Loved the Harry Potter ride.

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    Something I just saw on Tumblr:

    Someone asked Joe Mallozzi if they knew about Sparky's popularity and did they make script choices because of it. And Mallozzi says "Alas, the writers weren't aware that this was a popular fan pairing at the time."

    He's such a *bleeping* liar!!! Gero came on GW to say a hug is just a hug. They knew. And you're telling me that the kiss in The Long Goodbye wasn't on purpose. Puh-leeeeze!!

    So many years later, and that man can still make my blood boil.
    I think his memory slips a bit or he never paid attention to fandom.

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    Ugh, I never liked rollercoasters that were in the dark either. I always tried to like Space Mountain because, you know, SPACE! but I hated how it always crushed me into a corner of the seat (if you've ever seen the track layout, it's basically one big corkscrew. G forces are annoying.). Now, outdoor rollercoasters at night can be fun (Matterhorn and Big Thunder, I'm looking at you two awesome punks), but indoor? Nope.
    There's a theme park in The Netherlands, The Efteling, and they have a rollercoaster called the Vogel Rock (literal translation = Bird Rock) and its entire run is through pitch black tunnels. It doesn't do a looping or a corkscrew, it's just up and down real fast through the darkest of dark, with the occasional laser lights piercing through it.

    I did it once and I came out uncertain of where up or down was. I wasn't necessarily motion sick, but coming out of that one was not a good feeling in the head. That one literally trumps the Hyperspace Mountain as far disorientation goes.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Screw the Angst Wednesday!

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    I think his memory slips a bit or he never paid attention to fandom.
    Probably the latter, except when it suited him.

    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    When I was young, I loved rollercoasters and rides of all kinds but somehow, with age I got more timid. Though I did still love Space Mountain the last time I went on it. We went to Universal the last time we were in Orlando and I discovered that the virtual rides are all the fun without the scare. Somehow my mind just knows I'm not in danger. Loved the Harry Potter ride.
    Methinks Disney's Millennium Falcon ride will be right up our alley.

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    There's a theme park in The Netherlands, The Efteling, and they have a rollercoaster called the Vogel Rock (literal translation = Bird Rock) and its entire run is through pitch black tunnels. It doesn't do a looping or a corkscrew, it's just up and down real fast through the darkest of dark, with the occasional laser lights piercing through it.

    I did it once and I came out uncertain of where up or down was. I wasn't necessarily motion sick, but coming out of that one was not a good feeling in the head. That one literally trumps the Hyperspace Mountain as far disorientation goes.


    Never ever ever going on that one!
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    Unfortunately no... but my sister did get a picture of Donald Duck on his own, being all funky.
    That's cool!!


    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Ah... but this might "cheer you up"... he also mentioned that when Rachel mentioned she was pregnant before they started filming season 4, they briefly considered Sheppard as the father. However, they decided that it would reflect poorly on both characters so they didn't go with that.

    Rachel did thwart their plans to have McKay become a father, so I'm eternally grateful for Rachel's timing there cause I couldn't have stomached even more focus on McKay.
    Thank you, Rachel! Your timing was perfect. That they even considered making John the father shows how insane they were.



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    I swear, Rachel's a big damn hero for that.



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    I think his memory slips a bit or he never paid attention to fandom.
    I think he tends to say whatever is most convenient to him at the time.



    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    There's a theme park in The Netherlands, The Efteling, and they have a rollercoaster called the Vogel Rock (literal translation = Bird Rock) and its entire run is through pitch black tunnels. It doesn't do a looping or a corkscrew, it's just up and down real fast through the darkest of dark, with the occasional laser lights piercing through it.

    I did it once and I came out uncertain of where up or down was. I wasn't necessarily motion sick, but coming out of that one was not a good feeling in the head. That one literally trumps the Hyperspace Mountain as far disorientation goes.
    Ewww. No thanks to that.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!
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    I'm back! I only took my ipad on my trip. I tried to post once and remembered why I hate using my ipad for GW.

    Caught up on all the posts I missed and here was my emotional experience- I wanted to eat lots of chocolate (preferably Belgian) go to a Disney Park and ride rides, and then (after remembering Mallozzi's tweets you were discussing) throw up. Now I need a hug from a Disney Park character.
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    I'm back! I only took my ipad on my trip. I tried to post once and remembered why I hate using my ipad for GW.

    Caught up on all the posts I missed and here was my emotional experience- I wanted to eat lots of chocolate (preferably Belgian) go to a Disney Park and ride rides, and then (after remembering Mallozzi's tweets you were discussing) throw up. Now I need a hug from a Disney Park character.



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