That's indeed really sad and low.Chris actually pointed this auction to me today:http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-MEMORABILIA-Universal-Studios-Hollywood-Terminator-2-3D-Glasses-/221175230658?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item337f1230c2
A bit sad, really, considering how those could also be Shrek 4D glasses as well...
How's your site, by the way? There's a few more differences that Chris and I discovered if you're interested. Odd differences, but differences nonetheless.That's indeed really sad and low.
Thanks for pointing out the format differences between Orlando and Los Angeles.
Nice to meet you Allen! I too am from FB...Steven M.Finally registered! First post, woooo. (Allen W from Facebook)Anyways, i couple things about T23D and I.
I'd, of course, interact to the extreme with Kimberly and take "super" to the next level haha. All the Kimberlys loved interacting with me. She was one of my fav parts about the attraction, not many other attractions anywhere had this. I've had other guests join in with me with the "super"s and many always thought I worked for the park...haha.
I met and became friendly with one of the lead T23D cast members who also worked the info booths sometimes. His name is Andre and is from Africa or something, super nice guy. Talked for years and he'd always give me those "free drink/front of line to T2/shrek/animals" cards. Also, he said i could always go through Gate A as much as i wanted, whenever if i mentioned his name, so that was always amazing. USH has always had amazing employees, i know a couple that work at DCA now.
Easy! The Allspark shard and the Autobots and Decepticons themselves were a form of archaeological discovery when the humans found them on Earth and they themselves are ancient, like the Mummy's tomb, linking it to Revenge of the Mummy, and it deals with advanced science and technology beyond the control of humans, as well as a struggle of technological advancement and human nature (between the Decepticons and NEST and the dinosaurs that resulted from the cloning tech and the humans who pushed science too far) linking it to Jurassic Park.Yeah, but how does Transformers fit into that?