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This subreddit is dedicated to the experiences, stories, and MAGIC of all things at Walt Disney World! DisneyWorld - Where Dreams Come True.
2015.02.20 17:44 A place for Annual Passholder's of WDW to come together
This is a subreddit open to everyone, but geared towards Walt Disney World Annual Passholders! Come here to discuss everything from current rumors to your tips and tricks for navigating WDW.
2023.05.30 07:01 Chiss5618 According to The Numbers, GOTG3 opened in an additional 387,470 theaters on Monday. Does this mean that GOTG3 has a chance of beating its predecessor?
2023.05.30 06:46 Business_Reporter420 Why is there a stereotype that Americans are bad at geography?
I mean nearly all of my European relatives that visited the USA deadass thought you could just travel from Maryland to Disney world in just a few hours so I always wondered why Americans are called it only?
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2023.05.30 06:34 MonstersOnTheHill I am late 30s, live outside NYC, and have a HHI of $400k+. I work full time, have two kids, and am a grad student
I'm a day late posting this -- I'm sorry to have gotten off schedule! I realize there have been a lot of high-earner diaries recently, but I hope my perspective is still of interest.
Section One: Assets and Debt
Retirement Balance: $460K (mine) and $250K (husband’s). We both max out our annual withholdings. I’ve been working longer than him, and my employer offers a more generous match, which contributed significantly to my balance.
Equity: $275K. Our home is currently worth about $450K. We live in a M-HCOL area (far) outside of NYC, and our home was a fixer upper when we bought it. Honestly, it’s still a fixer, and we are saving towards a major renovation.
Cars: Maybe $15-$20k total…we drive two paid off cars. One is 13 years old, and the other is 10 years old.
Other Cash and Investments: $150K
Credit card debt: None, paid every month
Student loan debt (for what degree): $80K towards the grad degree I’m pursuing now. Since we’re saving towards the home reno, I’m financing my degree rather than paying for it outright. I know this is counterintuitive given the interest rate environment. However, the home reno has been a priority for us since we bought this home.
Daughters’ 529s: $75K
Total Net Worth: $1.145M
Section Two: Income
Income Progression: I've been working in my field for 13 years and my starting salary was $40,000.
I work as a Director of Financial Planning & Analysis in a niche field. I won’t go into too many details because it’s a small world. My salary progression was as follows:
Year 1: $40,000 starting, right after recession. I had an amazing boss who mentored me and recognized my potential. After six months, I received a promotion and raise to $60,000.
Year 3: Promotion and raise to $90,000, for a role with more financial and analytical responsibility. Although I worked hard, I continued to benefit from having a boss who advocated for me. I consider this a major turning point.
Year 8: Raise to $120,000 for additional responsibilities after a coworker retired.
Year 10: Raise to $135,000
I’ve received an average of 2.5% COLA increases and now earn $145K. My boss has requested a $10,000 bonus for me this year, which I haven’t yet included because it’s still under review.
My husband earns $260,000 base salary as a VP of a large corporation (this is a very recent raise…he was at $200K previously). In addition, he can receive a performance-based bonus of 20-30%. We don’t include his bonuses in our financial planning because they are not guaranteed and because a portion is RSUs. When he receives a cash bonus, we put it towards our daughter’s college accounts and/or our home reno fund.
Education: I have a bachelors and a masters in a field unrelated to my career. My tuition was paid by scholarships/assistantships. In addition, my parents covered my living expenses during undergrad. During my first graduate degree, I worked 3 part-time jobs to cover my non-tuition expenses. I’m now enrolled in a grad program more directly related to my career. My employer encouraged me to do this program and generously allows me the time out of office. In addition, if I stay for a certain number of years, they will reimburse a portion of my tuition.
Main Job Monthly Take Home:
Monthly take home: $6,300 after taxes, retirement ($1,875) and medical/dental benefits ($110– self only)
Husband’s monthly take home: $12,560 after taxes, retirement ($1,875), and medical/dental ($400 for him and our two kids)
Section Three: Expenses
Mortgage: $2,485 for principal, interest, insurance, and taxes. We refinanced to a 15-year loan at 2.3% when rates were low
Daycare: $3,510 per month (full-time for a toddler and preschooler)
Savings contribution: $3,000-$5,000
Daughters’ 529 accounts: $2,000 ($1,000 each)
Debt payments: $700 towards my student loans. This will increase once I’m done with my degree
Donations: $3,000 annually
Transit $350-400 for husband’s commute (3x/week to NYC)
Subscriptions: $59 for Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Duolingo, Apple Storage, and credit monitoring
Gym membership: $149 for Pure Barre
Husband’s physical therapy: $130 (portion not covered by insurance)
Car insurance: $3,200 annually. (This seems high, considering we have good records, don’t drive much, and both cars are paid off. I need to look into this)
Life Insurance: $3,100 annually
Day 1 (Saturday):
6:00 AM: Wake up. I’m doing a modular course for my graduate degree, and the class wraps up today. I study for the exam that happens this afternoon. A little after 7, I walk to a nearby coffee shop and buy a large Americano for $4.50 including tip. When I’m back at the hotel, I pack up my room and leave a $20 tip for housekeeping. On the way out, I drop my bags at the bell stand. The hotel cost is covered by tuition.
9:00: Meet with my study team to finalize a paper and presentation that’s due today. At noon, we break for lunch (also covered by tuition). I have a salad and lots of carbonated caffeine. After lunch, we have an hour-long final exam.
2:00: Final course wrap up. It’s been an intense week-long session. I learned a lot, but am so ready to head home. I walk back to the hotel to retrieve my bags. Along the way, I stop to buy an empanada ($8 including tip). Then I call an Uber to the airport ($55 including tip). While in the Uber, I talk to my husband and daughters, who are 1.5 and almost 4. Due to the time difference, it’s their bedtime and if I don’t catch them now, I’ll lose my chance. I promise them that I’ll be home when they wake up in the morning. A lot of my classmates went to dinner together before heading to the airport. On the one hand, I have FOMO because my classmates are awesome. But on the other hand, it was really important to me to talk to my family, and I know I couldn’t have done that easily in a bustling restaurant (I’ve tried, and it was a frustrating experience for everyone!).
6:00: Arrive at the airport. I check my bag ($35). Once I’m through security, I pick up some souvenirs. My hotel wasn’t in an area with good shopping options, and the class days were pretty packed anyway. I get locally made chocolate for my husband. The girls get a small stuffed animal each, and a book to share ($70 total). Then I treat myself to crab cakes and a French 75 to celebrate the end of the week ($60 including tip).
10:00: On the flight, I read until the cabin lights go out and then try to sleep. I used to be able to sleep better on red eyes, but I wake up every 15 minutes.
Day 1 Total: $252.50
Day 2 (Sunday):
6:00: Flight lands and I gather my bags and take the parking shuttle. Although I parked in an economy lot, the total was still $174. Ugh – this has been an expensive week.
7:45: Arrive home. The girls crawled into our bed and are snuggled up next to my husband. The toddler wakes up as I come into the room and the look on her face when she sees me is priceless. Our preschooler wakes up soon after. It’s so good to be reunited with my people! We all head downstairs and have breakfast (waffles and cereal, plus a huge pot of coffee). It’s cold and rainy today and we spend the morning watching TV together.
10:00: Our toddler falls asleep for her nap, and my husband encourages me to do the same. Our preschooler is happily entertaining herself with Legos and puzzles, so I doze for a couple hours. Around 1:00, we all have turkey sandwiches for lunch. Then, I take over kid duty so my husband can finally have some time to himself. He spends the afternoon woodworking in his basement workshop.
2:00: Our preschooler’s birthday is coming up. I buy digital invites from Etsy ($12) and send them to Staples to print ($16 with a promo). They are ready in about two hours and we pick them up. My preschooler asks for kinetic sand at Staples and I cave in and buy it for her ($11). I constantly complain about the amount of “stuff” in our house, but to be honest, I’m guilty of contributing to the clutter. When we get home, I spend the afternoon doing crafts with the girls.
5:15: We heat up some leftovers that my in-laws dropped off while I was gone. We do the girls’ bedtime routine a little early since everyone seems tired. Lights out by 8:00 for the girls. Then I catch up on work email and start making a list for the week. For the purposes of this money diary, my husband mentions that he spent $270 yesterday restocking groceries. Then I watch Succession and head to bed
Day 2 Total: $387
Day 3 (Monday):
5:08: My alarm goes off because I typically go to Pure Barre on Monday morning. I’m still jetlagged so I decide not to go today. I hadn’t actually signed up for a class because I had a feeling this would happen.
6:30: Everyone else is still asleep, so I go downstairs to make coffee and enjoy a few quiet moments to myself. When my husband and kids wake up, we all have breakfast (frozen waffles and berries for the kids. English muffins for the adults).
8:30: Drop the kids off at daycare and then get to work. I work primarily from home, so I just have to walk upstairs to my office nook. I spend the morning prepping for an important meeting tomorrow with senior leadership. I get a reminder on our phone that our toddler has a well-child visit today…usually I sync my calendars, but I totally neglected to log this on my work calendar, and it conflicts with a meeting with our chief of staff. CRAP. I debate canceling the doctor’s appointment, but decide to keep it. Our toddler is getting vaccines today and if I don’t keep the appointment, I’m not sure when I can reschedule. I apologize profusely to our COS and ask if we can reschedule. She says not to worry, and that she appreciates the extra time in her schedule…hopefully I didn’t make a bad judgment call.
1:15: I quickly eat a turkey sandwich for lunch and then pick up our toddler from daycare for her appointment. These well visits usually take 30 minutes and are covered by insurance. As luck would have it, we spend 90 minutes waiting because they are running behind. Luckily, I have snacks and activities in my purse to occupy her. To pass the time, I browse for favors and paper goods for our older daughter’s upcoming party. I end up buying paper goods, decor, and favors ($67 from Target) and iced sugar cookies ($240 from Etsy). As I type this, I realize how bananas it is to spend that much on decorated sugar cookies. Our incomes have increased pretty dramatically in the past few years, and although we haven’t increased our fixed expenses, we’ve definitely succumbed to lifestyle inflation for one-off things like this. It’s something I need to be aware of. I’m finally home around 3:30, just in time for my next call. My husband is WFH today and takes over kid duty during this call.
5:15: It’s time to pick up our older daughter from preschool, but my call is running long so my husband picks her up. For dinner, we make salads topped with roast chicken. The toddler loves salad, but our preschooler proclaims “I don’t like green leaves – I’m not a caterpillar!”. Well, okay then.
8:30: We do the girls’ bedtime routine, and then I continue prepping for tomorrow’s meeting. I wrap up around 1:00 am. While I’m working, husband preps two meals that just need to be reheated sometime later in the week. Good night!
Day 3 Total: $307
Day 4 (Tuesday):
7:30: Kids and I sleep in a bit this morning. My husband left home around 5:45 since he’s going into the office, so the three of us are on our own. For breakfast, the toddler has toast and berries. The preschooler has bran cereal and a frozen waffle. I eat their scraps, washed down with coffee.
9:15: I drop the kids off at daycare a little late this morning. Then I get working and practice the presentation I’m giving at 11:00
12:05: Call is over and I think it went as well as could be expected. I make myself a turkey sandwich for lunch. Then I go to the post office to mail a birth certificate request for our youngest daughter’s passport application. The cost for the birth certificate is $50. I also spend $15 at the post office to mail the envelope and buy stamps. Then it’s back to work.
5:10: Pick the girls up from school. My husband gets home around 6:45. Dinner tonight is a tofu and broccoli stir fry with rice. I don’t cook much, but I make this meal weekly and it’s everyone’s favorite. The secret is using soy sauce that is seasoned for seafood. It has a much deeper, richer flavor than standard soy sauce.
7:30: Bathtime and bed for the girls. I text with a mom from daycare whose kids are the same age as ours. We arrange a playdate for an upcoming weekend. I’m hopeful that she and I will develop a friendship – making friends is hard when you’re an adult!
9:10: I debate doing schoolwork or “work work.” Schoolwork wins tonight…I spend about two hours prepping a case study.
Day 4 Total: $65
Day 5 (Wednesday):
5:30: Wake up and start working. I still have a lot of deliverables to catch up on. Husband leaves as usual to commute into the city.
7:00: I get an email and text message that daycare had to close today due to unforeseen circumstances. There was an issue with their plumbing that impacts the whole building. Oh no – I immediately feel a pit in my stomach. I really can’t afford this today, especially because I am out this Friday for another day of class. Although our preschooler is pretty independent, our toddler needs constant supervision. She’s always a moment away from jumping off a couch, climbing on a table, or otherwise causing herself bodily harm. My husband has multiple meetings with his division president today so he can’t realistically come home to help. Argh. I feed us all breakfast and prepare myself for a difficult day. I send my boss an email to let him know the situation, but promise to stay on top of my work after hours as needed. I also log a half day of PTO in the payroll system…I figure I can probably be about 50% productive today.
10:00: Our toddler falls asleep for a nap, so I frantically send out emails and run reports. Our preschooler watches shows on her tablet.
12:15: Toddler is up from her nap. Our poor preschooler has been on her tablet for too long and her eyes are glazed over. I decide to take the girls out for lunch to break up the day. We go to Jersey Mikes since it’s nearby and fast. The girls each have a kids meal and the toddler is delighted that it includes a kids cup. I have an Italian sub ($29). We eat outside and the preschooler hums and loudly proclaims "I love Jersey Mike's!"
1:30: We get back home and I jump on an internal call. Thankfully the girls are well behaved and don’t cause any disruptions, beyond waving hello at the start of the call.
3:00 I have another call and the girls are again on their best behavior. PTL. Maybe I’m just lucky, or maybe it’s that I bribed them with cookies.
4:45: I wrap up the workday a little early. I take the girls on a walk since the weather is nice. When we get back inside, they immediately melt down. The toddler wants to be held constantly, which is a challenge because she weighs 24 pounds. The preschooler is thrashing, spitting at me, and throwing toys. I resist a really strong urge to scream or cry or break something or hide in the bathroom – maybe all at once. Instead, I heat up one of the meals my husband made earlier this week. When our preschooler calms down, she asks if I still love her when she’s bad. She’s been asking this question a lot recently, and it makes me wonder if it’s just a phase, or if she needs more reassurance from us. Either way, it's heartbreaking to know she worries about this.
7:30: Husband had a late meeting, so he gets home later than normal. We do the girls bedtime and bathtime routines. We get another note from daycare saying that the plumbing issue is, unfortunately, still unresolved. We’ll get a tuition credit, but they will be closed another day. Husband and I talk through logistics. We agree that he’ll go into the city again tomorrow and I’ll handle the kids. His company is in the middle of a major reorg and it’s important for him to be there in person. We decide to ask his parents if they are available to help tomorrow. Between work, the kids, and my grad program, sometimes I feel like the only thing we talk about is logistics. It’s been at least 6 months since we’ve been on a date.
10:00: I catch up on work, and also prep for school this coming weekend. I go to bed a little after 1:00.
Day 5 Total: $29
Day 6 (Thursday):
5:45: Husband is up and out of the house at his normal time. I wake up and run some financial reports while I have the chance.
7:30: Kids are awake. While they eat breakfast I pack their activity bags and snacks since we’re going to my in-laws today. They are semi-retired and often help when we have childcare hiccups. They are truly a godsend. They live about an hour away and we arrive at their house a little after 10:00. On the way, I fill my car up with gas ($52).
12:30: The girls are having a blast with my in-laws. We take a break for lunch, which is chicken nuggets and hummus for the girls. I eat their scraps and also have some Greek yogurt.
4:15: I have a full afternoon of calls, but it goes smoothly thanks to the grandparents. We leave a few minutes after 5:00 and both girls fall asleep before we reach the first traffic light. This makes for a peaceful drive home. Traffic is heavy so we get home around 6:30. I open the mail, and find a surprise medical bill for $572. This is for the toddler’s trip to the ER…14 months ago! This is the first bill we are getting and honestly it had completely slipped my mind. She had a triple infection and ended up severely dehydrated. Seeing this bill dredges up all sorts of unpleasant memories. I’m grateful we have the means to pay this without issue, and I’m grateful she is healthy. I understand it's a privilege to pay a bill like this without thinking twice.
6:45: Husband arrives home. We reheat a pasta dish he made earlier this week and have a salad on the side. The girls are beat today, so we skip bathtime and let them go straight to bed. Thankfully, daycare can reopen tomorrow. I feel like a weight’s been lifted from my shoulders, especially since I have class tomorrow.
9:00: I have a call with my school study team to work on our group project. It lasts for about an hour.
10:30: Husband and I discuss buying a swing set for our backyard. He’s narrowed it down to two choices, and they’re both awesome: three swings, a rock wall, slide, and clubhouse area. I think they both look great, so I leave the final decision in his hands. The total with shipping and tax ends up being $1760. We considered buying a pre-assembled swing set to save time, but similar models cost nearly $6K. He’s handy, so he said he’d prefer to assemble it himself.
Day 6 Total: $2,384
Day 7 (Friday):
6:15: I have class today so I eat breakfast and get dressed early. I tend to wear a lot of athleisure when working from home. Today I put on a structured ponte dress and hastily apply Tarte makeup to give my skin some color. Every time I make the effort to get dressed, I'm reminded that I really do feel more confident when I look put together. I get to school around 9:00 for my first class.
12:00: Break in my schedule for lunch. I eat a salad and some kind of chicken dish, while catching up with classmates (covered by tuition). For dessert, I have a huge bowl of berries. Lots more coffee to keep me awake and engaged during class.
7:00: Classes are over for the day. I pay parking ($17) and am on my way. I get home at 8:30, in time to do bedtime with my girls. Husband made veggie quesadillas with black beans and guacamole, which I eat once the girls are asleep. I check my work email to make sure nothing is on fire. Then my husband and I watch an episode of “What We Do In the Shadows” and turn in for the night.
Day 7 Total: $17
Food + Drink: $371.50
Fun / Entertainment: $2,106
Home + Health: $572
Clothes + Beauty: $0
Weekly Total: $3,537.5
Reflections: Some of this week’s expenditures were unusual: the swing set, my travel expenses, and that old ER bill are not part of our normal recurring expenses. However, the rest of this week's spending was pretty typical. I realize a lot of this diary revolved around sorting out childcare disruptions…honestly, that takes so much mental and logistical energy on a weekly basis. Writing this diary also made me realize how little time my husband and I spend together. Often we feel like we’re in survival mode, but we need to be more intentional about prioritizing our relationship.
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2023.05.30 06:00 Alternative-Train175 Part of Your World was nearly cut from The Little Mermaid (1989) because Jeffrey Katzenberg (Disney exec) saw a 4 year-old boy distracted by his popcorn during a test screening. In a compromise, Sebastian was added to the scene in order to keep children’s attention.
2023.05.30 05:59 Keyblader1412 Re:turning to Re:CoM
Y'all, I need some advice.
As you can tell by my screen name, I love the KH series. A lot. I've played KH1 and 2 more times than I can count, and a couple years ago I got my own Xbox Series S so I was finally able to experience the whole series after years of just having a PS2 and family-used Xbox 360 (later Xbox One). I've played through every playable game in the series multiple times, some more so than others. Every game, that is, except Re:Com.
To this day I've never finished a playthrough of even Sora's story in that game because I found the card system so infuriating. On my first attempted playthrough I made it pretty far. I think it was the place where you first fight Neoshadows and I was constantly getting card-broken by even their basic attacks, and I was just d o n e . Second attempt I got frustrated even earlier.
But now, after my roughly 10 millionth time beating KH1, I'm determined to get through this goddamn game at least once. Mostly for the story stuff and so I can keep my KH fan cred. And yes I could probably find the cutscenes on YouTube but I wanna EARN it, ya know?
So, what are some ways to make this likely frustrating experience easier on myself? I'm gonna be playing on beginner, of course, but aside from that, I wanna know things like the best order to do the Disney worlds in, best sleights to cheese past stuff and how to get them, how to think about using sleights generally, the best ways to grind if necessary, etc. But any advice you think would be helpful is welcomed.
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2023.05.30 05:45 dogbytes Not sure how many of us are still left in this world. But we used to go to sleep with this signoff video when KMJ was one of 3 maybe 4 stations that were available on UHF. It was designed by Walt Disney. Brings back a lot of memories.
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2023.05.30 05:40 sthef2020 Street Fighter II finally makes it's way to the SEGA Genesis, with the hype train starting in the May 1993 issue of SEGA Visions.
2023.05.30 05:35 XanderHernandez This caught my eye earlier today. The Owl House made it onto the Chicago Turbine on Sunday. I found the article on PressReader and I’ll post the link below if anyone is interested in reading it.
2023.05.30 04:57 PedroThePendragon Wii U/Wii game collection
2023.05.30 04:53 dyingemo is it just me or is this a silencerz beanie?
2023.05.30 04:45 SupremoZanne The old page for DisneyChannel.com
2023.05.30 04:25 DruidHealz50 First Time Disneyland Trip!
Hello all! Me and my wife are attending Disneyland for the first time ever in 2 weeks! We have been to Disney World a few times separately, and once for our honeymoon, but never Disneyland! Was curious as to everyone’s suggestions/can’t misses :) We are there for 2 full days in about 2 weeks and have parkhopper passes. We are big Star Wars and Marvel fans so we plan on going to Galaxy’s edge and Marvel area (sorry forget name), but wanted to see if anyone had any tips for restaurants, shops to check out, snacks to try, rides to Genie+, etc. Thanks in advance for any and all help and hope ya’ll have a great week!
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2023.05.30 04:19 Greyhulksays Gaylord Palms or Marriott World Center
Planning a trip to Orlando next year with the family. We will spend a few days at a disney resort but then want to move off resort. My son adores waterslides and i want to pick a hotel that has a great water park.
Both the gaylord palms and the marriott world center seem to have great waterparks. Which is the better option?
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2023.05.30 04:10 deniss_1996 Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Celebration Commemorative Plush $28.60
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2023.05.30 03:43 lbabinz [Microsoft] Weekly Digital Xbox Game Sale
*History is a beta feature, only goes back as far as I've been tracking this item, and may not be 100% accurate
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2023.05.30 03:40 independent200 To much pressure on MCU films and disney live action remakes to do 1-billion on this sub without measuring the IP brand
I have been seeing people saying 1B+ is locked for TLM for the last 2 years and everytime you said no you will get down voted or even Guardians of the galaxy the entire boxoffice
was confident or Doctor strange 2 or Thor 3 etc etc.
What I am trying to say is learn how to detect potential, media traffic and IP potential before getting to high expectations.
Since Alice in wonderland
which was the beginning of the Disney live remakes they have around 30.7% chance of hitting one billion where as MCU has 31.2% chance of hitting billion. You have 4 out of 13 for Disney live remakes and 10 out of 32 for MCU. excluding all these who went to streaming without theatre release.
I see many trackers or hype conductors getting it wrong time and time again because the brand power and ability to pull an audience differ greatly. Example Thor
was never gonna make Spiderman numbers but on this sub-reddit many were expecting thor to just splash these numbers because the character and the IP is not at Spider-man
level etc etc. The same goes to Snow white
IT won't make as much as Lion King
it is that simple.
Lets take a look at the upcoming Disney live action movies and MCU films and see the once with 1-B+ potential..
Example the Hunchback
, Sword in the stone
will probably go to Disney Plus+... Unless disney spends more on them. Moana
will make good money and worth a big budget but will fall short of billion. The Mufasa; Lion king
prequel; Will safely make a big B+ and including Hercules
is just to big now to fail with big directors, producers attached to it like Guy Ritcher, The Russo brothers and coming with ridiculous budget Disney has gone all in on this project and 1B+ is a safe bet. Lilo & Stitch:
This one is a 50-50 could it see going both ways because potential is there and dedicated fanbase it could do a Billion potentially but it depends on how it is promoted etc etc but definitely has potential. I could see it slight under or Over billion it is a wildcard not locked like Lion king prequel or Hercules. Robin Hood
and the Aristocats
exclusive Disney Plus shows. Snow white
: It will make money on the box office that is for sure but won't hit 1B and we looking at max Thor 3 numbers.
MCU: The Marvels
: It will definitely make money but not 1B i would say around F9 or Thor 3 level or below that but definitely doesn't have that momentum as the MCU interest has waned except if it is a big IP. Thunderbolts
: No and could lose money it is risky IP Blade
: This one is a wildcard as Blade has a fanbase and depends on how well it is promoted with iconic blade songs included and everything this could turn into a bonefide movie. The only fears surrounding this is nobody can do Blade like Wesley and it is gonna be big massive shoes for the lead actor to fill and that is where it can be made or broken. Blade is easily one of the coolest if not the coolest Marvel superhero with alot of swagger pulling that off convincingly can be very chellenging. This one is a 50-50 in my opinion but potential is there and all depends on the production team and how they promote this. I could see Blade becoming viral with meme heaven or blade crashing 100m below the Atlantic ocean. It can swing both ways Captain America: New world order
: this is gonna flop imho and you can add the upcoming Fantastic four
. There is new Captain America on top of the current MCU fatigue era. Armor wars
and Shang Chi seque
l around sub 500m or max 500m and will they breakeven? maybe.
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2023.05.30 03:23 AngonceMcGhee The Worlds United
Do we know when exactly the worlds, which we know were once one, giant world, were broken apart into the individual Disney worlds? Was it when the MoM was a boy during the start of the Keyblade War and the original shattering of the X Blade, or was it during the events of Kingdom Hearts x and Union X?
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2023.05.30 02:46 sunflower_artist [F4A] Looking For Roleplay partners.
(22+ writers only, please!)
Hey there! I hope this post finds you well. It’s that time of the year again where I’m beginning to search for more Roleplay partners. I would love to talk out of OOC. I also love to make something out of nothing. Or build on something that’s already there. I am sucker for fandoms more then our own world. But am willing to try.
Something’s to consider. I work M-F 8 hours a day. There will be days I just don’t respond. But I always try my best to answer and be there. But some days I just go home and sleep, or I’m to busy to answer my phone. So I apologize in advance. I’m a pretty understanding person. Just talk to me if something doesn’t feel right. Please note that I do have a comprehension problem. My brain types faster then I can. Only thing to note I like others do like smut. But don’t like purely smut. Please be able to differ from this. If you have made it this far thank you! I will not respond to hey let’s rp. Please tell me why you like to write. Let’s start the conversation on a good note 💜😊 Thanks again 😊😊 • Fandoms• •Disney • Criminal Minds •Euphoria •Fast and Furious • Greys Anatomy • Harry Potter • Marvel, • Riverdale • Shameless • Station 19 • Supernatural •The New Mutants • Umbrella Academy •Walking Dead •Wednesday • Yellowstone •Zoo •None Fandom• Apocalypse Dystopian Fantasy Holiday Horror Medical Romance Scary Slice Of Life Supernatural
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2023.05.30 02:29 ChildesqueGambino Disney World Haul
2023.05.30 02:24 astro_ZOMBIE138 [US] [H]Gameboy SP motherboards , Steam Controller, Modded Gameboys!, Games for PS2, SNES, GBA, GBC, GB, GG, DS [W] Paypal
Prices do not include shipping unless stated, bundled will save on shipping. $5 to ship to US for most smaller items and calculated for international.
Accepting payment with Paypal F&F Gameboy Motherboards:
AS-IS for parts and/or repair
Some are complete, some are missing components, some look to have had repairs attempted. Moving on from them as they've been sitting here forever. They were purchased in multiple different lots on here and ebay. I have not tested them or worked on them. Assume not working, all untested. Board Pics.
Gameboy Advance SP: 12 boards $350 for the lot
That's roughly $29 a board. Shoot me an offer if you're interested. Steam Controller
with dongle: $50
Playstation Pocket Station Clear: $30 Gameboys: Gameboy DMG Black Boxy Pixel
Gameboy Advance Blue Boxy Pixel
- Anodized Aluminum shell & buttons
- IPS screen with OSD & brightness controls via wheel
- Fully Recapped
- New FP speaker
- Cleanpower board
- Glass Lens
- Anodized aluminum shell & triggers
- FP IPS screen with brightness controls
- 2,000mah battery
- USB-C Charging port
- Recapped with SS Tantalum Capacitors
- New speaker
- Helders power cleaner
- Glass Lens with clear logo
- FP buttons & membranes
Gameboy Macro Black
- OEM Shell/buttons/membranes
- FP IPS screen with touch sensor for palets
- Brightness control wheel
- Helders GBP power regulator
PS2: SNES: Loose GB: loose GBC: loose GBA Video: loose
- helders flex amp
- aftermarket shell/buttons
GBA: loose GBA JP:Loose GameGear: Loose
- GBA Video All Grown Up Volume 1 $6
- Sonic the Hedgehog & Sonic the Hedgehog 2 $15
- My Sims Kingdom(loose) $5
If you see something you like, let me know. I'm sure we can strike a deal!
Thanks for checking out my wares!
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2023.05.30 02:24 byuclone Going to begin watching each and every Disney film (including the live-action films)
2023.05.30 02:20 captbrickmanufp My Sleep Number Is Imaginary
A quick note before reading: I am an insomniac and wanted to write a story that blended Slavic folklore, a fever dream, and crazy pot hallucinations all in one. Here is that result...
In the shady valley, where the sundials were made of shadows and doubt, and the rivers ran with the whispers of babbling dreams, there lived an insomniac named Vanya. Time held no meaning for Vanya, for he was the village watchman forever ensnared by the grip of sleeplessness. His sleep number, he would jokingly say, was imaginary.
Under the perpetually drowsy sun, he wandered through the quaint village, past the cottage where the blind witch divined secrets from her cauldron of whispers, through the field where the blacksmith shaped the iron winds into mundane realities, and into the dense woods inhabited by creatures of old lore. Each day was a delirious ballet of Vanya's continuous wakefulness and the eccentricity of his companions in the village.
One twilight hour, as the village faded into a monochrome dreamscape and Vanya's eyes began to droop, he would see Baba Yaga, her chicken-legged hut pirouetting through the mushroom-dappled forest clearing, spun by unseen threads of an ancient lullaby. A talking fox would appear, his silver fur shimmering like stardust under the moonlight, spouting intricate philosophies that made less sense than the patterns of the Milky Way. In Vanya's waking dreams, logic, like his sleep, was an elusive specter.
A nocturnal sunflower, the Zorya, would bloom, its golden petals glistening like a sun trapped in a blossom. With her soothing voice, it would spin tales of the Chernobog, the creature of darkness that lived under Vanya's bed, feeding on his absent dreams. Yet when Vanya would peer under his bed, only dust bunnies and forgotten shoelaces met his gaze.
He would walk on moonbeams, following the Stuzhka, a river made of forgotten lullabies, only to find himself at the foot of Jack's towering beanstalk, where the echoes of a dragon's snore reverberated from above. But the dragon, Vanya knew, was just an old, worn-out windmill, creaking and groaning in the distance.
Each day was a fantastical adventure, each hallucination more absurd than the next. In the cool embrace of the night, Vanya would lay under the stellar canopy, a parody of sleep that did little to quench his weary spirit. He would trace constellations in the stars, spinning tales of knights and dragons, of witches and lost children until the first rays of dawn chased the darkness away.
His hallucinations slowly dissipated with the morning light, leaving Vanya alone in his wakeful reality. He would laugh at the absurdity, lighting his morning pipe with a nod to the fading shadows. "My sleep number is imaginary," he'd chuckle as if sleep were another character in his fantastical narrative.
Despite the ethereal chaos of his existence, Vanya found solace in his fevered wakefulness. His dreams, or rather, his lack thereof, were the brushstrokes on the canvas of his life, rendering it into a masterpiece of delightful lunacy. In the Slavic folklore of his lineage, in the playful whimsy of his world, the line between the real and the imagined blurred into obscurity.
Vanya's life was an insomnia-laden fever dream, a nonsensical Disney movie drawn by a stoner's hand. It was a dreamscape of eternal wakefulness, where sleep was as imaginary as Baba Yaga and her dancing hut. Amidst the daily humdrum and the nightly hallucinations, Vanya found his peace, living his story in the crooked valley beneath the sleep-starved sky.
His erratic yet mesmerizing visions drew the villagers' attention, transforming his life into a nightly spectacle. They would gather around the bonfire, their faces bathed in its warm glow, and listen as Vanya painted vivid images of his nightly adventures with the finesse of a seasoned bard. His tales wove a spell around the village, and he was no longer just a watchman but a weaver of dreams, a creator of fantastical realms.
One day, under the watchful gaze of the sun that never slept, an outsider arrived in the crooked valley. She was an intriguing maiden named Marusya, who claimed to be a Dreamcatcher. She had hair as dark as the Chernobog's shadow and eyes that shimmered like the Stuzhka under the moonlight. She held a tapestry of woven dreams, intricate and vibrant, a cosmic map of someone's slumber.
Marusya promised to lure sleep into Vanya's wakeful nights. She seemed like a surreal apparition from his hallucinations. Vanya half-expected her to vanish in a puff of smoky dream dust. Yet, as days turned into nights, she remained, gradually becoming a part of his colorful reveries. Their shared laughter and stories filled the once-quiet nights, turning them into a nocturnal symphony.
Marusya began to spin her dream tapestry around Vanya, weaving threads of starlight, whispers of the Zorya, and melodies of lullabies. Night after night, they would sit under the celestial dome, Marusya's fingers dancing on her loom of dreams and Vanya's voice breathing life into his hallucinations. They were a peculiar duo, one coaxing dreams from the universe, the other narrating tales of whimsy and wonder.
One fateful night, under the cosmos' twinkling gaze, Vanya, amid recounting his encounter with Jack's dragon windmill, felt his eyelids grow heavy, a sensation as foreign as the idea of a silent night. He blinked at Marusya, whose gentle smile felt like a lullaby, and he slept for the first time since he could remember. His last conscious thought was that maybe, his sleep number wasn't as imaginary as he had always believed.
Vanya's slumber was a spectacle, as villagers silently gathered around, watching their watchman adrift in the sea of dreams. They marveled at Marusya's gift, the Dreamcatcher who wove sleep into their storyteller's life. It was a quiet celebration, a testament to the magic of dreams and the power of stories.
Vanya awoke to a world where the line between his visions and reality seemed even more blurred. His dreams were a continuation of his waking hallucinations. Yet, they bore an indescribable warmth, an echo of Marusya's soothing presence. He mused that his sleep number was no longer imaginary but rather a great enigma, entwined with the essence of his hallucinations, dreams, and the folkloric charm of his existence.
In the crooked valley under the watchful, sleepless sun, Vanya lived his life on the cusp of dreams and wakefulness. His tale became an anthem, a lullaby, a dream, whispered and shared, echoing across the landscape. And in his story, the village found a comforting paradox – that in a world where dreams could be caught, sleep could also be found in the realm of the imaginary.
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