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    Today, 04:01 PM
    Athletic ability aside, the extra couple mill for being the best player on the worst team is worth it.
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    Today, 04:00 PM
    So you would rather be: Jacoby Brissett than Joe Thomas? Damian Jones than Brook Lopez? Yeah a ring is what you are playing for, but I'd rather have the extra couple mil for being the best player on the worst team than get a ring that I didn't earn anyways. If you are talking college sports though it's different. I'd rather ride the pine for UK than average 20/ game for Direction state university. But for Pro Sports I'm taking the...
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    Today, 02:23 PM
    Bunch of liars. ALL OF YOU!
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    Yesterday, 05:11 PM
    What It Really Costs to Go to Walt Disney World Pretty decent write up for those looking for a realistic price estimate for Disney World. It gives 4 different price estimates: (Average, Cheaper, Low End, and Deluxe)
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    May 19, 17, 06:25 PM
    If the Raptor is an option it's no contest.
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    May 19, 17, 01:44 PM
    F-150 or Tundra. 6 or 1/2 dozen of another for me as I really like both trucks.
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    May 19, 17, 01:33 PM
    I'm a Blue Moon kind of guy but I don't think this is quite the same category even though it isn't craft. I'm not a huge craft beer guy but I do enjoy it more than almost domestics. I voted for Michelob Ultra because I really like their ad campaigns recently by appealing to athletes. I think most of the beer on this list tastes like water anyways.
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    May 18, 17, 07:52 PM
    I forget the specific details, but I remember reading about this couple that paid a kid they knew from back home like $100/ day to sit in a wheelchair for them at Disney. People are nuts.
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    May 18, 17, 12:40 PM
    Another key perk of the new system is you can pick your time. Before you were at the discretion of the 50 minute time slot. If that time didn't fit your schedule you were out of luck.
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    May 18, 17, 12:38 PM
    You could only have 1 at a time before. Now you can have 3 a day planned out months ahead of time. I promise you it doesn't slow you down. I've been there 6 times now since the new FP+ system went into place. You can believe whatever you want. You're right Disney is doing everything they can to get you to spend more money there. THATS KIND OF THE POINT! They're a business after all. But the new FP+ is based solely on efficiency not profit making.
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    May 18, 17, 12:09 PM
    Everyone knew how to game the old system. That was the problem. You aren't special because you were doing what everyone else was doing as well. I remember mothers elbowing people out of the way to get fastpasses for their families. But yes just keep preaching how the old system was better and more efficient. Nothing can possibly be more efficient than planning ahead of time. Make up your mind. You can't be efficient and spontaneous at the same...
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    May 18, 17, 11:09 AM
    1) It's hilarious that you feel sorry for me because I have a better time at Disney than you do 2) Sounds like you don't adapt well to change
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    May 18, 17, 10:55 AM
    Everything you said is still completely false. Not even worth debating you if you think that running in the park is more efficient than just planning it two months in advance. Obviously you don't know the definition of efficient. Also you can still have as many as you want in a day as long you use the first 3 First. After that you can make it like the old system where you can just keep making them all day at available times. Why don't you just...
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    May 18, 17, 08:24 AM
    I would rank the Final 6 as far as who has played the best game like this: 1. Aubrey 2. Sarah 3. Culpepper 4. Cirie 5. Tai 6. Troyzan (how in the hell is he even here)
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    May 17, 17, 10:36 PM
    Also what the heck Cirie, read the fine print!
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    May 17, 17, 10:35 PM
    Still have no idea how that vote got flipped to Michaela.
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    May 17, 17, 10:35 PM
    They've had 6 going into the finale for at least the last 2 seasons I'm pretty sure. They have extra time since they got rid of the boring part where the finalist go on the walk to tribal where they see the torches of those voted out.
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    May 17, 17, 03:20 PM
    Not a bad idea really.
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    May 17, 17, 11:06 AM
    I do have one little gripe with Disney now though. They got rid of the welcome show at the train station in front of Magic Kingdom. I loved that show, but understand why they had to stop doing it. Apparently the lines would be backed up outside of the security checkpoints and people weren't able to move until the dropped the ropes to open the park. Now they let you into Main Street all the way to castle where you have ropes that drop to allow...
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    May 17, 17, 10:45 AM
    Completely false. You can make your fast passes 60 days in advance if you are a resort guest so no more running in the morning to get fast passes. You only get three to start the day but once you use those three you can keep making them all day long. The new fastpass is WAY better. It's just all on your phone and magic band now instead of having to keep track of pieces of paper. Before, all of the major attraction fast passes would be sold out...
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    May 16, 17, 04:05 PM
    I was just there 2 weeks ago and the bus took me straight from resort to Disney Springs and spring. I don't know what the other stops could have been unless for Disney Springs they stop at all 3 All Star resorts because DS is less visited than the parks. But for all of the parks I know for a fact it takes you to your resort and back with no stops in between.
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    May 16, 17, 02:39 PM
    Yes. At each park there are bus stops for every resort and the buses only go back and forth between the park and the resort. They don't go to another park to pick up other guests or anything. So at the end of the night if you are leaving Magic Kingdom, you go to Bus Stop for Resort X and it takes you straight to resort X. The buses are usually pretty frequent too. I think the longest I've ever waited is 10 minutes but it's usually closer to 5.
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    May 16, 17, 02:33 PM
    These are huge. There are a ton of restaurants that are booked before any non resort guests can get reservations. Obviously there are still plenty of great places to eat, but not everything is available.
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    May 16, 17, 02:30 PM
    Just relaying information that others have told me.
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    May 16, 17, 02:27 PM
    Make their stops? The buses go back and forth between the park and your resort. There are no stops in between.
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    May 16, 17, 12:18 PM
    What do you mean by this? There is free transportation to and from all of the parks if you stay on property? It's a lot easier to leave the park. You may wait for the bus 5 minutes but the buses go in and out different entrances than the cars so you don't have the same traffic to deal with.
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    May 16, 17, 11:44 AM
    You can stay on Disney property for $150/ night easily. Only exception being maybe Christmastime.
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    May 16, 17, 11:43 AM
    I'm not trying to allude to the fact that staying on property is the only way to do Disney because it's not. But I've only ever heard great experiences about staying on property and all of the bad experiences I've heard about Disney were from people who stayed off property. This doesn't mean that all off property experiences were bad though because a lot of you have had good opportunities it seems off property. There is no hiding the fact that...
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    May 16, 17, 11:32 AM
    How much per night is a hotel outside of Disney?
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    May 16, 17, 11:32 AM
    Have you stayed on property before? Nothing wrong with that, but let's say you go to Magic Kingdom and stay for the fireworks, you have to take the monorail to the ticket center or the ferry. Odds are you may not even get on the first monorail or ferry. Then you have to wait for a shuttle to take you to your car when you get there. Then you have to deal with traffic getting out of Disney. Or you could stay on property and be back at your resort...
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