Roy's Postcards: 1984/11/07
Frances and I went to the exhibits at the DPMA Conference at the Anaheim Disneyland Hotel. We took time in the afternoon to ride the monorail through Disneyland and saw much of Fantasyland and Tomorrowland - including It's A Small World.
IT'S A SMALL WORLD
Children of the world parade gayly to the chimes of the happiest, most imaginative time piece ever created. It's time for a delightful cruise to the shores of neighboring lands as Bank of America presents "It's A Small World."
I never figured out what those numbers mean. The only possible answer I found on the Internet is that they're justthe digits 0-9, going along with the "time piece" motif.
See also: disneyland software
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