Dr. Lee Returning Home To Dine At Club 33

After working 28 years at Club 33, it was so wonderful to return, but this time I was the guest!
Mickey and Pluto seemed happy to see me and I was sure happy to see them. Honestly, I miss Club 33, being there felt like home.

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

Dr. Lee Waiting For The Next Drink Order!

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Thought for the day:

It takes alot of courage to tell others about your "Dreams."

Cheers...DR LEE

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Disney's Alaskan "True Life Adventures":

When the Disney Wonder began cruising to Alaska on May 3, 2011, it wasn't the first time Disney has had a presence in the state.
There are several movies, documentaries and made-for-TV shows that Disney has made about or set in Alaska.

Most prominent are "Seal Lsland" (1948) and "The Alaskan Eskimo" (1953), both crafted from footage taken by Disney Legends Alfred and Elma Milotte, a husband-and-wife team of nature photographers.

"Seal Island" was the first "True-Life Adventure" and won the Academy Award for Best Two-Reel Documentery Short Subject of 1948. When Walt Disney saw the Milottes' Alasken wildlife footage, he commissioned them to film more, which they did over a year's time in 1947. Walt even traveled to Alaska in August 1947 with his daughter, Sharon, to check in on the Milottes' filming. Captivated by the footage of fur seals off the Alaskan coast, Walt used it to create the 27-minute "Seal Island."

"The Alaskan Eskimo" was the first of many People and Places featurettes and also was developed from the Milotte footage of 1947. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentery Short Subject of 1953.

"A Salute to Alaska"-1967

" A Salute to Alaska" marked Walt Disney's final introduction as the host of his Wonderful World of Color TV series. " A Salute to Alaska" was narrated by Ludwig von Drake and featured figures from Alaska's history including Czarina Anna Ivanovna, Peter the Great, Vitus Bering, and William Seward, all animated by Ward Kimball. Three 16mm films were released in 1973 from footage in " A Salute to Alaska': How Alaska Joined the World, Alaska's Bush Pilot Heritage, and The Alaskan Gold Rush.

Never been to Alaska,sounds nice...DR LEE

Thursday, May 5, 2011

How many Disney Theme Parks and Disney Cruise Ships:

There are 11 Disney theme parks located within 5 Disney Resorts around the world! However,approx. 5 years from now, there will be a 6th Disney Resort when Shanghai Disney Resort opens.

Let's take a look at these 11 theme parks:

1...Disneyland Resort:

a...Disneyland Park, opens 1955,the 1st.
b...Disney's California Adventure Park, opens 2001.

2...Walt Disney World Resort:

a...Magic Kindgom, 1971.
b...Epcot, 1981.
c...Disney's Hollywood Studio's, 1989, formely Disney- MGM Studios.
d...Disney's Animal Kingdom, 1998.

3...Tokyo Disneyland Resort

a...Tokyo Disneyland, 1983.
b...Tokyo DisneySEA, 2001.

4...Disneyland Resort Paris.

a...Disneyland Park, 1992. Formely Euro Disneyland
b...Walt Disney Studios Paris, 2002.

5...Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, 2005.

a...Hong Kong Disneyland 2005.

About 5 years from now...

6...Shanghai Disney Resort.

Disney Cruise Ships, currently there are 3,with the fourth setting sail 2012.

1...Disney Magic, July 30,1998.
2...Disney Wonder, Augest 15,1999.
3...Disney Dream, January 26,2011.
4...Disney Fantasy, 2012.

Some fun facts:

Disney Wonder and Disney Magic have 900 staterooms and can have up to 2,400 guests on each cruise. Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy both have 1,400 staterooms and can have also up to 4,000 guests on every cruise.
Disney Ships horns play the opening seven-notes from " When you wish upon a star," from Disney's Pinocchio, also Disney ships have the traditional horn. There are no casinos on any Disney Cruise ships, and all ships are built to accommodate parents and kids. When The Disney Fantasy sets sail in 2012, Disney has the option on two more " Dream Class" ships.
Disney has a island located in the Bahamas, "Castaway Cay," used exclusively for Disney Cruise Ships.

cheers...DR lee

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Pick-up lines at the bar:

As a bartender at Club 33,The pond (Anahiem Ducks),Mr Stox (Anahiem) and a few private party's, I have heard over the years a few great pick-up lines. These can be used by either male/female :

Let's say I see a pretty woman at a dance,party or some place fun! Getting my courage up, taking that first step, I would walk up to her and ask,"Pardon me, but do you get alot of traffic tickets," and her reply should be "no,"
then I would say," because you have fine written all over you."

Ok, stop laughing,here is another,

Again, see an amazing looking woman, walk up to her and ask,"pardon me, are you from Tennessee," she should say "no," then your reply is, "because you are the only ten-I-see."

Working as a bartender,have meet lots of interesting people, however, thats the fun part,getting paided to talk to friends, family and strangers. Having bartended for the Walt Disney Company was fun. My normal days off were Sunday/Monday and my work hours were Tuesday thru Saturday 10a.m. to 5 p.m.. On Mondays, I would be a room dad for my two daughters at their school K1 thru 7th grade( did this most Mondays for about 9 years, was known as Mr. Williams the Safety Man). Would work at The pond or Mr Stox normally Thursday thru Saturday from approx. 6 p.m. to approx. 8:30 p.m. bartending about 3 nights a week. Working these late shifts allowed me to miss all that traffic on the 91 freeway to Riverside.

In closing,hope you like those "pick-up lines ."...DR LEE

Monday, May 2, 2011

Join Jack's crew for a " Pirates" sneak peak:

So...you've come seeking adventure and salty old pirates, eh? If it's nighttime at Festival Arena, you've come to the proper place.

Evenings through May 1 and weekends through May 30,the entire family can join Captain Jack Sparrow's crew for a sneak peek of Walt Disney Pictures/Jerry Bruckheimer Films' " Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" at Disneyland Park.

This interactive offering invites scallywags aboard the Queen Ann's Revenge, donning 3-D " double eye patches" to watch an extended sequence from the new film. The action leaps off the screen with live performers and special effects as guests narrowly escape the clutches of the terrifying Blackbeard.

Although the new film hits theatres May 20th, keep a weather eye open for the World Premiere of " Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" at Disneyland Park on Saturday, May 7, 2011.

A pirates life for me...Dr Lee