Episode 67 – Six Flags, Disney U, Lincoln, Liberty Square


Welcome to this weeks Communicore Weekly, where we talk about Six Flags, Disney U, Lincoln, and Liberty Square!

TRIP REPORT! — Jeff takes a final field trip to his home state theme park, Six Flags Great Adventure, with Gary Hall of WDW Kingdomcast and John Hopkins from WDW Fan Boys. Hear all about it in the Trip Report!

BOOK OF THE WEEK! — Find out what George and Jeff think about Doug Lipp’s book Disney U: How Disney University Develops the World’s Most Engaged, Loyal, and Customer-Centric Employees in the Book of the Week!

60 SECOND REVIEW! – The 60 Second Review finds Jeff and George in the past, looking at the great new film Lincoln !

FIVE LEGGED GOAT! — And finally, Jeff knows the location of THE Liberty Square in this weeks Five Legged Goat!

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3 comments:

  1. The Six Flags change is, as far as I can tell, universally poorly maintained. Six Flags America in Largo, MD could have several major attractions down for an entire season. The original design of The Penguin’s ride vehicles (think Kali River Rapids) were so bad that water would not drain from them. They would fill with stagnant, muddy water. I ended up writing their management about the flaw. Some report that they now drain.

    Dan Snyder’s Red Zone Entertainment did for Six Flags what Dan Snyder himself did for the Washington Redskins. I refer to Six Flags America as Snydieland which, coincidentally, is an anagram of Disneyland. That’s where the similarities end.

  2. The Six Flags chain is, as far as I can tell, universally poorly maintained. Six Flags America in Largo, MD could have several major attractions down for an entire season. The original design of The Penguin’s ride vehicles (think Kali River Rapids) were so bad that water would not drain from them. They would fill with stagnant, muddy water. I ended up writing their management about the flaw. Some report that they now drain.

    Dan Snyder’s Red Zone Entertainment did for Six Flags what Dan Snyder himself did for the Washington Redskins. I refer to Six Flags America as Snydieland which, coincidentally, is an anagram of Disneyland. That’s where the similarities end.

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