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#HHNForever - Orlando 2020

Tbad556

Veteran Member
Aug 17, 2009
6,326
Orlando, FL
9-5? Starting when?
9/18 (Fri) and 9/19 (Sat) are the first shifts. Not sure of times. Not sure what shifts are event dates & which are training.

The last post I see from them is 4 days ago. What did you see of them being active this morning?
I'm assuming they're talking about the account responding to a few people. Honestly, wouldn't surprise me if they're active simply because the holiday weekend is over and they're back to work :lol:
 

Grabnar

V.I.P.
Aug 5, 2018
681
Hopefully now this will help some of you to stop masking your FOMO issues for health & safety concerns.

It can be both at once :shrug:

Sure, I don't want to miss the event, but I also don't want the event to get a bunch of people sick. Even if they tossed out a ton of cool houses that might've been at this year's event I think that cancelling it was 100% the right call. This seems like a really risky walkback and like Universal is using the limited state/federal guidance as a crutch to offload the responsibility onto TM's and guests instead of owning up to the fact that they have the ability to limit attendance and enforce guidelines much more strictly than they have been.
 

Catopher

Newcomer
Aug 19, 2019
38
9/18 (Fri) and 9/19 (Sat) are the first shifts. Not sure of times. Not sure what shifts are event dates & which are training.
Keep us posted if you find out anything about times, very curious about what the hours might look like. Would love to be able to go after work if it happens, rather than just on Saturday’s.
 

JungleSkip

Premium Member
Feb 15, 2010
20,861
The Mushroom Kingdom
It can be both at once :shrug:

Sure, I don't want to miss the event, but I also don't want the event to get a bunch of people sick. Even if they tossed out a ton of cool houses that might've been at this year's event I think that cancelling it was 100% the right call. This seems like a really risky walkback and like Universal is using the limited state/federal guidance as a crutch to offload the responsibility onto TM's and guests instead of owning up to the fact that they have the ability to limit attendance and enforce guidelines much more strictly than they have been.
This. Mocking people who don’t feel comfortable traveling during the pandemic who would also be upset at potentially missing things like the Icon/Anniversary houses as just “having FOMO and pretending to worry about the pandemic” is gross and I expect better from the staff of this site
 

Allison

aka Elegia
Staff member
Moderator
Apr 18, 2018
460
Lol GTFO of here. I’d fly down opening day for this if it wasn’t for the pandemic. Bite me.
Seriously? I just had a family member die suddenly on Sunday and I can’t get out of Orlando to be with my family, and I know I sure as hell am not the only one, but I get to sit here and read your temper tantrums over not being able to go to a damn theme park Halloween event??

Grow the hell up and get some perspective, cause your responses in this thread have been embarrassing to read.
 

JungleSkip

Premium Member
Feb 15, 2010
20,861
The Mushroom Kingdom
Seriously? I just had a family member die suddenly on Sunday and I can’t get out of Orlando to be with my family, and I know I sure as hell am not the only one, but I get to sit here and read your temper tantrums over not being able to go to a damn theme park Halloween event??

Grow the hell up and get some perspective, cause your responses in this thread have been embarrassing to read.
I’m sorry for your loss, that’s terrible. But we’re on a theme park site, the idea that I can’t be upset about theme park things while also acknowledging the seriousness of the situation at large (something I’ve done since the start of this) just doesn’t fly. I can be upset at two things at once