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    Paying tribute to the creative genius Robin Williams: Scott Bradlee on piano with “Friend Like Me”. 1951-2014 

    Aladdin has always been a favorite Disney film and much of that was due to the creative genius that was Robin Williams. The Disney company has shared many stories over the years revealing that most of Genie’s script for the film was completely ad-libbed by the comedic genius they took a risk on. “Friend Like Me” is arguably one of the most creative, clever, and dynamic songs in the entire Disney collection and the world can thank Robin Williams for that.

    Robin, you and Genie were right oh so long ago — we ain’t ever had a friend like you.

    @beyonce is taking over Pasadena tonight and @21choices has changed their flavors today to pay tribute to Queen B. I’m about to eat #fresh “Strawberry on the Run” #yogurt comprised of fresh strawberries, watermelon, pineapple, and peaches. (at 21 Choices Frozen Yogurt)

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    neighborhood jacaranda trees making a mess on the street.

    marengo avenue.  south pasadena, calif.

    nikon d700 with af-s nikkor 35/1.8g dx.

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    if you are a Disney fan who hates on The Muppets you need to fucking check yourself before you wreck yourself 

    Disney News: Big Rumored Changes for Epcot

    Today as I was sitting in our marketing agency sipping my third cup of coffee and taking a small brain break when I came across this rumor that was so exciting I knew I had to share immediately.  As a native Southern Californian, I have always been partial to the Soarin’ Over California attraction and always hoped they would take this same idea to the next level.  It is finally (rumored to be) happening.

    Theme Park Tourist made a post detailing the upcoming rumored changes which included an additional third theater for the Soarin’ Over California attraction in Epcot, but also an entirely new attraction where the ride leaves the golden state of California and instead takes guest Soarin’ Over the World.

    Rumored international locations include England, France, Italy, Egypt, India, China and Japan.  Domestic landmarks are also expected to be featured in the new film, with the Grand Canyon, the New York City skyline, and of course, Walt Disney World in the mix. The new film will also include a whole new soundtrack and, presumably, more of those “scented” moments that have become one of the hallmarks of the Soarin’ experience.

    What does everyone else think?  I personally think this is going to be the shit and I am SO DOWN.

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