Date: 08/21/2013 7:54 PM Title: Chapter 1
I've visited Disney on three contents and can imagin this story happening in anyone of them. I love your Jason - so in character. I can see him hating the idea of guarding Kane's grandkids and not geting to have a go himself. I found his actions and reactions funnier. You're a wonderful writer - off to read more of your stuff now.
Author's Response: Thanks Lyssa. Got this idea actually when a hurricane came close to Disney World Florida several years ago. I wondered if a hurricane could knock the Epcot Ball off its foundation and would it start to roll away. I've enjoyed your writing as well.
Date: 04/28/2012 6:36 PM Title: Chapter 1
That was a very enjoyable read!
You have a great imagination, I don't feel like I can come up with comedic things like that happening. But then maybe it helps to be visiting the happiest place on Earth.
Author's Response: I'm glad you enjoyed it CD. That's about as comedic as I get.
Date: 04/28/2012 5:15 AM Title: Chapter 1
Much, much as I loved going to Disney World as a child, I wish I had read this fic before going to Eurodisney as an adult (yes, I've done it...) It would've made a huge difference when waiting for hours in line for a ride, I could envisage Zoltar appearing over Paris (in my case).
Author's Response: We've been to Disney Paris (they have a fit if you still call it EuroDisney) twice, taking advantage while we lived in Germany. I agree about the lines. There are some cultures where waiting in line is unacceptible, so there was a lot of cutting, which is unacceptible to Americans. I got into an argument with a group of men - that's right. Men with no kids - who cut in front of my then 3 1/2 year old son for the incredibly slow race cars. My hisband was off doing Christmas shopping for our son. The men became nasty about a woman telling them to go to the back of the line, but they didn't know I had about 30 Marines from Ramstein Air Base on a USO holiday behind me with their kids in line. We almost had an international incident. The men who cut line ended up leaving. There was nothing like hearing 'Mam, is there a problem?' from a muscle bound Marine right behind me at the time.
Date: 04/24/2012 5:52 PM Title: Chapter 1
LOL, I grew up 45 mins from Disney (Orlando), and very much love the image of the Epcot shiny golfball rolling through the parking lot and being blown to smithereens. *grin*
Author's Response: We've been to Disney World 6 times the past 9 years. I got this idea while standing in line for Spaceship Earth while talking to my then 10 year old son about Jason riding the Test Track.