What 11 chefs eat when they go to the Disney parks

HarshLight/Flickr Not only are the Disney parks known for their innovative rides and attractions, but vacationers from all over the globe also get to enjoy world-class dining options when they visit Disneyland and Walt Disney World. From iconic theme park snacks like Mickey bars and turkey legs to elevated global cuisines from five-star restaurants, there’s something for everyone to enjoy during a day at the parks. INSIDER spoke with 11…

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10 Funniest Quotes From The Wayne’s World Movies

It’s not often that a Saturday Night Live sketch makes a great movie, but Mike Myers and Dana Carvey’s Wayne’s World was such a huge hit that it got a sequel. The original sketch idea was rejected by most of the SNL writers, because they thought the target was too obscure, but you only have to look at the monstrous success and cult following of those movies to see that…

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Jumping on point for 2000AD next week

Several new stories kick off in the next issue of 2000AD, on sale Wednesday. There’s a wraparound cover by Leigh Gallagher too! Here’s the PR and an advance preview… • UK and DIGITAL: 20th March 2019 £2.85 • NORTH AMERICA: 20th April 2019 $22.40 (per pack) • DIAMOND: JAN192055 • COVER: LEIGH GALLAGHERIn this issue:JUDGE DREDD: CITIZENSHIP by Rory McConville (w) Jake Lynch (a) John Charles (c) Annie Parkhouse (l)SURVIVAL GEEKS: DUNGEONS…

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Real Time Economics: First-Quarter GDP Is Looking a Little Ugly

This is the web version of the WSJ’s newsletter on the economy. You can sign up for daily delivery here. U.S. inflation data is on tap, U.K. lawmakers vote on the latest Brexit deal, White House budget forecasts are falling short on revenue, and economic growth is looking a bit wobbly at the start of the year. Good morning. Jeff Sparshott here to take you through the day’s top economic news. Send us…

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20 Ways To Use A Wire Coat Hanger For Survival

Do you know that a wire coat hanger can save your life? Learn 20 hanger survival hacks here! RELATED: 7 Quick & Easy Survival Hacks Using Household Items Wire Coat Hanger Household Uses and Survival Hacks 1. Belt Keeper What’s great about wire coat hangers is you can twist them to a form you need them to be. Take a belt keeper, for example. If you lost or damaged yours, you…

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American Exchange Students In Italy Start Fire By Cooking Pasta Without Water

Flickr/Pixabay When in Rome, do as the Romans do. However, when in Florence, do as no-one does, which is cooking food however you want – even if it means burning your kitchen down. Please, just cook pasta safely and properly, it’s too tasty to waste. Three American students, however, have reportedly reached the ripe old age of 20 without ever realising, to cook pasta, it needs to go in boiling…

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Hiking Kerlingarfjöll Geothermal Area (Icelandic Highlands)

Hiking Guide to Kerlingarfjöll in Iceland Kerlingarfjöll, Iceland Deep within Iceland’s central highlands, Kerlingarfjöll is a group of small geothermically active and rust-colored mountains capped with snow. Here’s how to organize your own self-drive adventure. Kerlingarfjöll is a lesser-known day-hiking experience not too far away from Iceland’s famous Golden Circle route. It was one of my favorite stops in Iceland! If you want to get off the beaten path a…

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The Decathlon Tent That Takes Seconds to Set Up

I’d love to say that I’m a backcountry broad who can set up a tent in three minutes with one hand while filleting a rainbow trout with the other. I’m not. When I arrive at campsites, it’s usually after a lot of driving—I’m grumpy, I’m tired, and I want to set up as fast as possible so I can actually enjoy being there. Enter UK-based Decathlon’s 2 Seconds pop-up tent, the…

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Sidewalk Labs unveils Building Raincoat prototype for smart city in Toronto

A “raincoat” designed to protect pavements during harsh weather is among a series of design prototypes that Alphabet company Sidewalk Labs has revealed for its new city in Toronto. An awning, hexagonal pavers, and interactive works that use lighting and projection mapping are among the ideas developed for Sidewalk Toronto – the city that Alphabet subsidiary Sidewalk Labs is developing with partner Waterfront Toronto. Revealed at an event earlier this month, the new prototypes…

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Japanese Martial Arts – Modern vs “Old Style” [Brief Guide]

The post Japanese Martial Arts – Modern vs “Old Style” [Brief Guide] appeared first on Way Of Ninja. Last updated on December 16th, 2017 Before you train abroad… do you know that Japanese martial arts can be categorized into modern or pre-modern? What other terms do you think newbies are ignorant about? In the past, many outside the martial arts circle have used “Karate” as a catch-all phrase to refer to…

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