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Live Show 24 Is Now Available For Download

Live ShowLive Show #24 is now available for download.

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Show Notes

Hosts: Matt Hochberg, Mike Scopa, Mike Newell, The Fabulous Annette Owens

  • Live Show 24. Originally aired 06/29/08 on MouseWorld Radio 1

Running Time: 1:36:43

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Mike Scopa's 2006 Main Ballroom speech
Authored by: AquaViola on Monday, July 28 2008 @ 07:40 AM CDT
Mike Scopa's 2006 Main Ballroom speech was referred to in the Podcast, and is available in Live Show 4. If you haven't heard it, I can heartily recommend it! This together with the Candlelight Processional is one of the most emotional shows I have listened to in WDWToday (and it's the wrong time of year for the Candlelight Processional).

If you go to the Wiki - Episodes - Others - Event (Magic Meets, MouseFest, and Holiday Touring), you will see a link to Live Show 4, and other Magic Meets and MouseFest episodes.
Live Show 24 Cash & Tips for Dining Plan
Authored by: DisneyMom3 on Tuesday, July 29 2008 @ 04:53 PM CDT
Hi all, I'm a realitively new listener (since Feb) & was wondering if you could explain on your last live show (24) why one needed to carry cash for tips for the DDP? Did I misunderstand the caller who asked about tips & ATMs? I would never carry cash for tips. Seems kind of silly. We are headed to DW in Sept & will take advantage of free dining. I was planning on using a resort expense card or my own VISA card for all dining expenses, including tips. Now I am wondering if the restaurants only accept cash for tips?? Can you please clarify this. So far I've enjoyed the show & do appreciate the helpful travel advice & information.
It's 2010
Authored by: AquaViola on Friday, May 14 2010 @ 05:19 AM CDT
Matt, it's 2010.

Therefore, I can say "What are you talking about?"

(From Part 1 - 3'30" to 4') :-)
  • It's 2010 - Authored by: Logan on Friday, May 14 2010 @ 07:54 AM CDT