Ep301: 25 Years of Indiana Jones

by | Mar 25, 2020 | 0 comments


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Increasing the Supply Chain

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Simple Steps

Last week we posted a video by the CDC about simple measure you can take to try to avoid COVID-19. We feel it’s worth posting again in case you missed it.

Remember, stay calm and don’t panic buy. Please be considerate and stay safe. 


This week #HomemadeDisney was trending on social media as people from all around shared their own Disney Magic during our social distancing. Some of or favorites came from Jess Siswick (IG: @siswij) which you can check out below:


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Decoding the Messages

When the Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye attraction first opened at Disneyland their original sponsor was AT&T. As part of the sponsorship they created passed out decoder cards to guests to enable them to translate the “Marabic” petroglyphs throughout the temple (aka Mara-glyphs) into english. If you never had a chance to pick up one of these decoder cards (you may still be able to find them on eBay) the power of the internet can help!

Below are some archival images of the decoder card (front + back) from the site davelandweb.com; a wonderful photographic resource of Disneyland over the years.

Until next time! °o°


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