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Old 01-10-2015, 1:41 PM
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Default Black helos fly over Disneyland and extra security

I'm an annual pass holder at Disneyland and am usually here 3 times a week. Today I noticed extra security details including UC guys inside dressed like homeland security guys ( khaki pants and polos with backpacks) also a few helos. 4 Blackhawks and a chinook within 20 minute timeframe. Two Blackhawks fly by alone, then the chinook, then two more Blackhawks. Anyone have eyes or ears on this?
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Old 01-10-2015, 1:56 PM
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Usually their security personnel aren't seen. Surprising. I always find it fun to guess who is a cop and who isn't.
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Old 01-10-2015, 2:17 PM
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Interesting... About to get on tower of terror😃.
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Old 01-10-2015, 2:20 PM
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I haven't been to Disneyland in 15 years.

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Old 01-10-2015, 2:38 PM
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@sonofwwII, I get a kick out of watching my six year old having fun. I was lucky if I went once every 2 yrs growing up.
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Old 01-10-2015, 3:06 PM
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Disney makes cartoons...

and cartoons now make people angry enough to hurt people.

(I know what you're thinking but their not getting angry that the cartoons are not funny, which was always the old problems with cartoons.)

Now people get angry because THEIR God doesn't like to be made fun of...
and apparently THEIR God is so weak & pathetic that he can't actually do anything about it and needs these losers to do something for him.

(I know it doesn't really make sense, but the days of Mickey, Minnie Mouse and Davy Crockett are apparently behind us now.)

to summarize...

"Ban cartoons."
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Old 01-10-2015, 3:27 PM
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Probably from Los Al to Ft Irwin for Guard weekend. I'm about a mile east of Dland and this happens every weekend.
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That's what I figured ramclap just the extra security threw me off.
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My FIL is the Fire Marshal at DLand. Their security is insane. And their ability to acquire additional security is also insane. But, I still think they are guard. And that appears to be the flight path.
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Makes sense. I mean, terrorists attacked a theme park in the Novel "Rainbow Six" by Tom Clancy. It's honestly a target of opportunity for freedom/fun/joy/American/capitalism hating terrorists. Lots of people, whole families, relatively low security (normally). If I was a durka durka mohammed Jihad ******* I'd probably want to attack disney land, that would definitely be terrifying to see the happiest place on Earth the site of a terrorist attack.

I hope those mother****ers don't try anything. But then again I sort of hope they do so a bunch of well trained, aggressive, and highly motivated guys with guns can send them all to Hajji heaven, which is hell for the rest of us.
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@sonofwwII, I get a kick out of watching my six year old having fun. I was lucky if I went once every 2 yrs growing up.
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Old 01-13-2015, 9:22 PM
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Wow pretty awesome! That right is a piece of history :-)
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talked to one of my buddys who works security. nothing to worry about
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You can tell if security is hightened when you go through the bag search at the beginning. They take longer and are look deeper if there has been athreat. Always feel safe there. We were there on day with heavy security. Wife called a friend who was working and she said it was a bomb threat. They even have their own FBI office.
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Some body didn't use their E ticket!! Believe it or not, $10.75 in 1968 is $71.59 today. It was only a little bit cheaper to get in DLand then. What is the price today anyway, I heard its over $80
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Some body didn't use their E ticket!! Believe it or not, $10.75 in 1968 is $71.59 today. It was only a little bit cheaper to get in DLand then. What is the price today anyway, I heard its over $80
Right at $100 to get in for the day. DL will buy the unused tickets back at face value. They're worth more on eBay. They will honor the admission ticket still.
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