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In watching the first video and watching the last video on this post, it does sound really different. Mickey in the last video is asking for names, really going with the conversation, making side jokes, while the Mickey in the first video almost seems to do “stock” answers and questions – almost like the operation has a stock of sayings that they can choose to push a button and have Mickey say. It seems far less authentic. (Although who am I kidding- a talking mouse is authentic?)
Either that scenario, or this new video has a really bad actor inside who can’t hold a good conversation.
this is amazing! how on earth do they this is how do they do this??? Does anyone know?
When my son was still alive, when he was 20 years old he had Muscular Dystrophy and was on a ventilator. We were fortunate enough to be treated to a trip to Disneyland. We had a Meet and Greet with Mickey in a private garden close to Main Street. We had the best time. Do they still do that? I have a co-worker who is taking some of the club kids and a family to Disneyland and I suggested they set up a meet and greet. I still look fondly on that time. If you have any information please let me know. Thank you so much.
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