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Sunday, November 15, 2015

November 13 2015 : A day never to be forgotten

**Out Of Loop Article: Usually I don't post often about terrible tragedies, but this one brings a heavy heart to write about which occurred on this past Friday November 13, 2015.** 

On Friday November 13, 2015 , was any ordinary day where many french folks were enjoying the start of the weekend.  A time where they went out to visit a cafe place to have a drink with a friend, listening to a rock concert , or even a special landmark just to relax after a long work week.

All of that is about to change in a instant!  Terrorism is what was caused of terror, fear, and death of innocent victims who got shot at random at these different locations simultaneously on that day. 

Dozens of injured and over 129 have died from this incident.  Including an American girl student who was studying on design while in France, and a young London man who worked as a lawyer. Victims of some of the people are listed here.

My heart goes out to the families who lost their loved ones during this terrible day.  My sympathy goes out to the people who had to witness people dying in front of them and around them.  My heartaches for them during this difficult time and the people of Paris.

::Disneyland Paris Resort Closed::

© Daniel Amos via  

Due to this tragic event took place, Disneyland Paris resort closed on that day and announced they will be closed until November 17, 2015. 

This is the 'FIRST TIME' that Disneyland Paris closed since opening day in 1992. 

 © Euro Disney S.A.S

A message from Bob Iger, in French and English:

"On behalf of all Disneyland Paris employees and as everywhere in France, our thoughts are with the innocent victims of this horrible terrorist attack. We join our prayers to those around the world for the victims, their families and friends - and to all those affected by this monstrous act.  "Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company.

"Au nom de tous les employés de Disneyland Paris et comme partout en France, nos pensées vont vers les innocentes victimes de cette horrible attaque terroriste. Nous joignons nos prières à celles du monde entier pour les victimes, leur famille et leurs amis – et pour tous celles et ceux affectés par cet acte monstrueux." Bob Iger, chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company.

::Walt Disney World: Epcot's France Pavilion November 14, 2015

© Karen Hallion via 'Disney's Belle' Holding Eiffel Tower Of Her Home Paris.

Over at the Epcot Park in Walt Disney World Resort Florida many park guests were bringing flowers and memorial cards in the France Pavilion due to the incident that took place on Friday November 13.

© Faith Eastling via on November 14, 2015

Disney France CMs (Cast Members) made a decision to display all flowers, memorial cards, etc... in a private back stage area where CMs could pay their respect when they were off the stage. 


When terrorism attacked the United States, the French responded as well in our time of need.

On 9/11 French said "Today we are Americans" ,  Now today, we say "Today we are all French."

© Rich Lemen Sr via "French Statue holding torch with USA Statue"

::Closing Thoughts::

Themagical Staff thoughts, prayers, and sympathy of the victim families during this tragic tragedy.

If you can support those in need over in Paris, you can donate to the International Red Cross here:

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