By Kayla Elsey… I-I’m going crazy. I keep h-hearing the song of healing b-backwards over and o-over again. I-I-I might as w-well play the r-real song *takes out ocarina and plays the song of healing* AHHHHHHH!!!!!! *bursts into flames and dies*
Ben: You shouldn’t have done that.
Happy Mask Salesman: You have met with a terrible fate, haven’t you…….
|Links body was distorted – his body was cocked violently to the side where his posture was permanently disfigured. Links expression was dull, almost monotonous, he had an expression on his face that I didn’t recognize before, it’s was a blank look -as if he was dead|
By Kayla Elsey… W-where’s the timer? W-where am I? A-all I remember w-was I called t-the giants, now I-Im here. I-it’s weird. L-little people with m-masks on are r-running around. I-I played there games a-and had to trade a-all of my s-side quest masks away. B-but I got a-another mask. I-it’s awesome. I-I become so p-powerful. E-everything will be o-okay. I-I just have to-AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!
By Kayla Elsey… Is this it? May this world really end? That poor band lost there guitarist. His spirit is now guiding me in a mask just like the dekus and gorons. I believe all the side masks I need are at my hand now. I bought that couple together, but…..there’s only 5 minutes left before the moon crashes on this town. No. No, no,no,no,no. I must rush to the clock tower and summon the giants. They will help. I must go for now, I will update soon. Good….bye for now. I hope.
By Kayla Elsey… I’m scared. I’ve now have two of the powerful masks I need. The deku, and goron. Also a couple of others I picked up along the way. That mask salesman, he just creeps me out. That poor little goron lost his grandfather, and the deku butler lost his son. What could be next. Majora will pay. I will defeat him. I will become the hero again. Nothing will stop me. I will find my long lost friend with the help of new ones, and I will get back to hyrule safe and sound. My quest is almost over.
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“For all who come to this happy place, Welcome.” This was Walt Disney’s original quote to all the great fans who first came to Disneyland in 1955 and from this day on, it still has the original meaning baked in from the time you show up till the time you go home. And even though Walt Disney never lived to see his dream of a vacation world come true, his legacy lives on through each and every cast member, guest, ride and attraction that you see in Walt Disney World.
Disney World is close to 30,000 acres, which is equivalent to roughly 64 square miles and bigger than Manhattan in New York City. There are still so many undeveloped acres of land that I personally don’t think will ever get developed. It was built perfectly so that you would never see anything that wasn’t Disney related while you were inside.
The vacation capital consists of 4 major theme parks. The original Magic Kingdom, which opened its doors in 1971, five years after Walt passed on. Its based upon Disneyland in California and has delighted guests for so many years. The 2nd park is Epcot Center, debuting in 1982. Its has a touch of the future along with some history and a flare for the world. The 3rd park opened in 1989 and was originally called Disney’s MGM Studios, but a few years ago changed its name to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. You get a taste for Hollywood and what its like to be immersed in movies and television while riding rides and seeing shows. Disney’s 4th major theme park opened in 1998 called Animal Kingdom. The world of animals, dinosaurs and a touch of Asia and Africa are focused on what is the largest theme park in the Disney chain.
Rounding out the parks are 2 water parks. Blizzard Beach, which is based on a snowy mountainside in central Florida, debuting in 1994 and Typhoon Lagoon, a water park based on a hurricane town, opened in 1989.
The most fascinating thing about Disney World is there is no shortage of fun things to do. From its theme parks and water parks, there is still so much more to see. Disney’s Marketplace, And West side is your premiere shopping and dining destination. Built around a lake, there are many shops, restaurants and attractions to see and do while your still getting a taste of all the Disney magic. Disney’s Wide World of Sports is your one stop destination for anything sports related. Take on a baseball game, play some soccer or watch while tons of athletes from around the world come to compete.
If you love to chill out and spend time doing outdoor things, Disney offers so much recreational activities while you stay. From swimming, fishing, boating, parasailing, waterskiing, hiking, bike riding and more, there is something for everybody while your spend time away from the theme parks. If your a lover of golf, Disney World has 5 state of the art golf courses to challenge you each and every time you tee up.
If your going to come to Disney World, you better be staying on the resort itself. The amenities that are offered to Disney resort guests are so valuable you will never want to stay off resort again. From free transportation to early or late access to the theme parks, the resorts are the way to go, and Disney offers so many levels in terms of what you can afford. Disney’s deluxe resorts, like The Grand Floridian, Contemporary, Polynesian and Animal Kingdom Lodge, offer beautiful luxury stays with a Disney flare like no other. Disney’s Moderate Resorts, like the Caribbean Resort, Port Orleans or the Coronado Springs Resort, offer moderate prices with an upscale flare. Disney’s Value Resorts, like the all star resorts and Pop Century Resort, offer families on a budget the ability to afford a vacation and still have prime Disney appeal. And if you love the home away from home appeal, Disney offers many resorts that cater to you with villas featuring up to three bedrooms and kitchens to cook in. All in all, Disney offers many kinds of resorts for anybodies needs.
If you like to eat and shop, then Disney World is your place to go. World class chefs from around the world cook up some of the most amazing dishes you will ever eat. There is something for everyone, from seafood to American and Italian to Mexican. Epcot offers all kinds of flare as you travel around World Showcase and can eat at all the different countries, all within walking distance of each other. There are no shortage of restaurants, bakeries and snack stands that you will not be leaving hungry. And if you enjoy shopping, there are many shops to choose from ranging from luxurious to the simple.
As you can see, Walt Disney World has something for everyone. There’s no shortage of fun and exciting things to do and you can spend weeks here and still not do it all. And the best part, it never gets old. Walt’s legacy lives on in this vacation capital of the world and has characters and attention to detail are showcased in each and every ride, show, attraction, parade, restaurant, decoration and store. No matter what comes and goes, this world will always be here. And it all started with a mouse. Mickey Mouse that is. Every person should visit Walt Disney World at least one time in their life so they can truly feel what its like to step into the shoes of the greatest innovative creator this world has ever known. Live the Disney Dream. There is nothing else like it…
I never made it there on the 15th like i was looking to, so i’m gonna take the 8 hour journey and go this weekend. I need to get away anyway for a few days so why not go somewhere i’ve never been before, and take a ride and see what Pennsylvania and Ohio are like and Lake Erie which i think will be really cool to see. Cedar Point is the coaster capital of the world and i’m looking forward to riding Millenium Force and Gatekeeper. Ill be coming back with a bunch of great pictures and a ton of video and some new shot glasses. And some presents for some. I know its not the first choice for places to get away too, but, what the heck. Stay tuned for my review, photos, videos and more.
In the next week or 2, Crazy Caterpillar Productions will have a few small apps coming out. The first app will be an updated version of Detention Games for the iPhone and iPad. Some small minor tweaks were fixed including an in-app purchase and the correct Facebook integration. You will also be able to find it in the facebook store.
The second app will be a complete android version of Detention Games. We have been in the process of having the app updated and created for all the android devices and tablets including the lineup from samsung, Asus, Motorola, HTC and Sony. Be on the lookout in the next 2 weeks for the game in the Google Play store.
And the final app will be a small app created for Crazy Caterpillar Productions. Its more of an informational app that can give you up to date information on all of what you would need to know about Crazy Caterpillar. See our photos, watch the videos, check out the apps, explore, socialize and more. The app will be available to start in the app store for your iPhone and iPad and in the Google Play store for all android devices. Within the next month, we will also have a Crazy Caterpillar app for Microsoft and Blackberry. So stay tuned about that and tell all your family and friends about it.
My name is Eric Stankovitz and i run a small production company called Crazy Caterpillar Productions. We can edit and produce videos and photos and work extensively with ios and android app development. I have extensive knowledge and background in all areas of the sporting world. My expertise ranges from football and baseball to basketball and hockey. I know all about soccer, golf, tennis, wrestling, the olympics and much more. I have over 20 years of watching, learning, playing and researching all levels of sports from high school to pro levels. I can research, write, blog and talk all about sports and the players and teams involved. Please consider me for any job relating in sports, writing, blogging, research, data, entry and more.