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Friday, April 29, 2011

Themagical's & Cosmic Reid's Tweet Meet

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Hey Everybody!

Calling all Northeast & Midwestern Pennsylvania fan's and community!! Come join us @ Hershey Park!!

Yes, this time it's confirmed "Themagical's & Cosmic Reid's First EVER Tweet Meet" !

Chris Reid (founder of will be having me (Reighard/ aka @randydorney via twitter) and Jessica Clawson (@lady_aurora via twitter) on our first EVER Tweet Meet!

We'll be going to Hershey Park in Hershey, PA! We would like to see, chat and hang out with you our fans / community for a fun time event!

May 15, 2011 from 10am - 8pm EST, we'll be in the park to have a fun time talking to you our community and as well hear some awesome insight what's happening to both website's.

Click on the promo above to see it up in full view on the details!

We hope to see ya real soon!

Until then,


For those who are having trouble reading the info. in the picture:

*Notice: Please dress accordingly for the weather !

Time: 10am - 8pm EST
Location: Hershey Park in Hershey, PA
Directions to Hershey Park: 100 W. Hersheypark Drive Hershey, PA 17033
Meeting up: 10am EST at the Tram Drop - Off section / Afternoon: *Hershey's Chocolate World (*Free admission with Hershey Park Ticket)
Parking: $10 per car

**One Day Admission Tickets:

Regular (ages 9-54) $53.95
Junior (ages 3-8) $32.95
Senior (ages 55-69) $32.95
Senior Plus (70+) $21.95
Children (ages 2 and under) FREE

** For more information: Visit

Thank You! 10,000 + views!

Welcome Prince & Princess William & Catherine!

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Hello everybody!

Today marks a special day! At 4am EST, Prince William and Catherine (aka Kate) has been wed in Britain's UK.

As you may already know (or not), this marks another wedding in the British family Tree.

William, second-in-line to the throne after his father, Prince Charles, wore the scarlet tunic of an Irish Guards officer, reinforcing his new image as a dedicated military man.

The couple's first royal wedding present came from the queen: the royal titles of the duke and duchess of Cambridge.

A flood of well-wishers — as well as some protesters — packed central London, especially around Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey and other landmarks beginning at dawn, despite cool temperatures and the threat of rain. Cheers erupted as huge television screens began broadcasting at Trafalgar Square and Hyde Park.

"It's very exciting," Prime Minister David Cameron said. "I went on to the mall last night and met some people sleeping on the streets. There's a sense of excitement that you can't really put a word to ... it's a chance to celebrate."

Others disagreed.

Still, the fate of their marriage depends on private matters impossible for the public to gauge, since any wedding is fundamentally about two people. Will their lives together, starting with such high hopes, be blessed by good fortune, children, good health, productive work?

Much will depend on whether 28-year-old William and 29-year-old Kate can summon the things every couple needs: patience, love, wit and wisdom. But they face the twin burdens of fame and scrutiny. Money, power, beauty — it can all go wrong if not carefully nurtured.

These are the thorny issues upon which the fate of the monarchy rests, as the remarkable queen, now 85, inevitably ages and declines.

What's your thoughts of this latest event in History? Some are tired of the hype and others can say it was worth staying up early in the morning watching the events unfold or others just watching the recaps that's are playing on TV now/online as well.

Source: Yahoo

Miss the LIVE TV event? Want to see the pictures? Click below:

- Kate Middleton's wedding dress

- View the latest Royal Wedding photos

Monday, April 25, 2011

The Disney Difference

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Hey there, hi there, hello there, it's time to start the jamboree! M - I - C - K - E (record needle trips and music stops suddenly) ...ummmm sorry about that! Hehe, I got carried away there for a moment.

Today is my first post on here and I thought it would be a great start to have an opening to my post.

Have you ever been touch by someone in your life, like your parents, siblings, friends, etc... I know we all have in our lives in many shapes and forms. Well, what about at any Disney cast member making an impact by sharing an extra piece of magic that you'll never forget in a life time.

Ok ok, I know you are wondering what does my family, friends, relatives and everything has to deal with the title and Disney??

Let me close your eyes and take a moment to reflect on your life that you can recall if someone or many people did something towards you that made you so happy and speechless that til this day you'll never forget?

Now that you have that in mind, how did that day made you feel? Do you remember like it just happen yesterday? I can say the same thing too even if it was from Disney or not.

I've Learned from Disney, even we can make a "Disney Difference" in our lives everyday to people who are in our lives daily. By what I mean is that, we can make "magic memories" to people we care and love that they too can experience a memory of a life time.

Some of you are rolling your eyes and saying "yeah, but what can I do with barely any money to make a great memory?!?" From what I've learned even the smallest things count. Sadly, even some people in my life didn't see the meaning of a small thing that I do for them.

Now, don't be discourage about what I just said. I had a bad weed that later proved they weren't my friends that care about me. What I'm trying to say that, do something nice and sometimes out of random times can make a persons day very special to them that they'll never forget!

Ok some are thinking, what can I do to make "a Disney Difference"? Well, below I thought a few things that could make a person in your life feel special and as well cared by you.

Write a letter via snail mail: Businesses will tell you now adays that writing an letter by hand shows that taking your time and making an effort to write means more than writing an email.

Treat someone out to eat: Going out to eat for something small or big depends on what you want to give. This shows that even a small gesture goes the long way.

Make a hand drawn card or a craft: Even if you aren't a graphic artist or one that draws, you can make a birthday card than buying one or making a craft of a thing they enjoy a lot.

These a small ways of ideas to make a person happy and making them feel special inside. Even making a nice comment about the person can make them feel special too!

Power Of 10


Boy, I just remember back in 2009 was the "Volunteer for a Day, get a Disney Day" promotion and 1 Million people joined the program by only finishing 3 months! 0_0!

Imagine if people who would do that program but giving $10 dollars and getting 10 of their friends to do the same! This would be life changing not only to the program but those who benefit the program.

Power Of 10:

Ok, first its not a lottery so you can bet your wishing off. But this is a great tool to bring awareness of people going through major health issues especially children who can't afford the high raising cost of health provision yet alone the families who have a hard time keep up with the bills or even hard time affording for their children to get the help they need.

Any parent would be heart broken to know that their child is sick and having limit funds to pay the health provisions to help their child get the help to overcome their sickness.

Even I'm not a parent, my heart is already wrenching to know that if my own child can't get the coverage of a health provider because of my limit funds to help my child to get better from a major decease. Talk about troublesome and heart-wrenching to have the feeling day to day not knowing where the money is coming from to support their child.

Well, the "Power Of 10" is making awareness of this problem and helping families get the help they need for their child but as well making their dreams come true! A dream going to Disney World vacation with their child as a way to make an impact to their child as they fight whatever major health issues they are recovering.

Our goal is simple. We’re looking for 10,000 people who are willing to commit to asking 10 friends to donate $10 to "Give Kids the World". If we can accomplish that seemingly simple task, we will raise $1M to help this worthy organization in their mission to turn no child away.

About 'Give Kids the World':

The story of Give Kids The World begins with a little girl with a wish and the desire of one man to make that wish come true.

The little girl's name was Amy. Amy had leukemia and one wish - to visit the theme parks in Orlando. To facilitate Amy's wish, the request of a complimentary stay was made to a respected hotelier. As he had done many times before, the hotelier gladly obliged and Amy's wish was that much closer to being realized. Sadly, the remainder of Amy's travel plans took too long to arrange and her wish was never granted; Amy had passed away. Time simply ran out.

This unfulfilled wish inspired a man, the hotelier, to make a vow that no child in need would ever be failed again. That man was Henri Landwirth and his desire to ensure that Amy's story would never repeat itself is where the story of Give Kids The World begins.

Landwirth enlisted the support of colleagues in the hospitality industry, including our world-famous theme parks, to assist him in bringing these special families to Central Florida within 24 hours if need be. He called the project “Give Kids The World,” because that is just what he intended to do - provide memorable, magical, cost-free experiences to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

As the program expanded and the number of families continued to grow, it was apparent that Give Kids The World would need to create a place that could better serve the special needs of our families. The gates of Give Kids The World Village opened in 1989.

Today the Village is a 70-acre resort complete with over 140 Villa accommodations, entertainment attractions, whimsical venues, and fun specifically designed for children with special needs.

With the help of many generous individuals, corporations and partnering wish-granting organizations, Give Kids The World has welcomed more than 100,000 families from all 50 states and over 70 countries.

Ways to Donate:
Text the word DISGKTW to 50555 - you will send a $10 donation directly to Give Kids the World via

This is a great way to get your 10 friends to donate $10. Charges appear on your phone bill and 100% of donations are sent directly to GKTW!

You can as well donate online via Credit Card, Checking/Savings. Click here to donate. When you donate please leave a comment saying you part of Power of 10. That way GKTW knows the donation came from the Disney community.

Closing Thoughts:

This program as many programs out there are doing the same thing and I feel that this is great to invest in way to make a 'Disney Difference' in someone's life.

Yeah, you may not know them personally or get to know them at all. But this is what you are doing, make a dream come true to a child and their family to enjoy a fun time for a day to forget to suffer, crying, depressed, stomach ill feeling for a moment in their lives where they dream in a place where they don't feel that for once.

As you feel in you heart, if you ever thought of making a difference in someone's life but to a COMPLETE stranger, I challenge you this and go for it to rally up and see the potential of how one person can make a difference and more so once of a life-time they'll never forget.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Millionaire Play It: Trivia Version 2

Hello everybody!

We have some exciting news for you! We feel the need to update our simulation that has very low viewer playing: "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Play It".

As you may know that this attraction was based off the TV hit series "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire Play It" where you the audience members could play trivia questions in order to get into the hot seat. Everybody playing along with the contestant can play to get an high score and at the end of the game or if a contestant gets a question wrong the next person with the highest score in the last round wins to get to the hot seat if time permits.

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Now, as popular DEMAND by you the community and viewers have asked us over that past few years after the release of MPI (Millionaire Play It for short) to have some of interactive that you can play in the hot seat by answering questions.

Well your wish came true! Now you can answer questions based on the old format that was played in the attraction as well "upcoming" features will make this game simulation very interactive. More details later this summer/fall!

You will be having the opportunity to have this before the beta testers have their first testing experience of this game.

::General Availability:: (beta version: 041411/001.v2_triv)

Beta Testers: Released as of 4/15/11! *See your email if you are a beta tester!
General Public: Email for file access! *

*This isn't the full version, only beta. It doesn't have all features quite yet and still bugs persist in the game currently. Please bare in mind that there's more things to be worked on into the Millionaire Play It simulation to make the version 1.0.8 to version 2.

Once we get your confirm answer, we'll be sending you a special link to beta test the new simulation for Themagical.

We are very excited about this and as well happy that a side colleague helping me out to make this game. Themagical team will be tweaking it to make it fit in our simulation that we have currently on the website.

Be sure to read out "Beta Testing Q & A" on our blog before testing out this new beta simulation:

Have a magical day!

Co-Administrator of Themagical / Simulation Development Team

Monday, April 4, 2011

Themagical Server Issues

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Hello all readers and visitors!

This past weekend we've been encountering a lot of server issues recently.

We apologies for any inconvenience that this may cause for you. We've been working around the clock to resume the 'magic' for you and will do our best to momentary bring the website up and running again.

We've been encountering to major issues with our website. Below is a description of the recent errors we've experienced on the website and to tell you the severity of the problem.

tmg_sessions: (Red letters) :
This is a major server issue that has to be fixed manually by the staff of Themagical. We have to fix some coding that will allow the site to be up again on the internet. This is very sensitive server management database, one wrong move and the website could be lost for good. Please bare in mind, that we are trying our best to keep the website from not being online due to this error. The staff has to manually check and fix it and based on our hours difference, Themagical may be down longer than expected.

"Database Error: Unable to connect to the database: Could not connect to MySQL" : This error is beyond our control to fix it. This problem lies within the web hosting that Themagical is currently being hosted. Keep on refreshing the website page using your mouse to 'refresh' or pressing F5 button to load the website.

We appreciate it greatly of our community for supporting us and as well coming to us to help you get your disney fix and 'magic' to your lives.

Thank you!

- Themagical Staff

Friday, April 1, 2011

Keep guessing!

Coming Soon!

"Keep guessing! And no, this isn't an "April Fools" joke either!"

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April Fools Day!

The history of April Fool's Day or All Fool's Day is uncertain, but the current thinking is that it began around 1582 in France with the reform of the calendar under Charles IX. The Gregorian Calendar was introduced, and New Year's Day was moved from March 25 - April 1 (new year's week) to January 1.

Communication traveled slowly in those days and some people were only informed of the change several years later. Still others, who were more rebellious refused to acknowledge the change and continued to celebrate on the last day of the former celebration, April 1.

These people were labeled "fools" by the general populace, were subject to ridicule and sent on "fool errands," sent invitations to nonexistent parties and had other practical jokes played upon them. The butts of these pranks became known as a "poisson d'avril" or "April fish" because a young naive fish is easily caught. In addition, one common practice was to hook a paper fish on the back of someone as a joke.

This harassment evolved over time and a custom of prank-playing continue on the first day of April. This tradition eventually spread elsewhere like to Britain and Scotland in the 18th century and was introduced to the American colonies by the English and the French. Because of this spread to other countries, April Fool's Day has taken on an international flavor with each country celebrating the holiday in its own way.

In Scotland, for instance, April Fool's Day is devoted to spoofs involving the buttocks and as such is called Taily Day. The butts of these jokes are known as April 'Gowk', another name for cuckoo bird. The origins of the "Kick Me" sign can be traced back to the Scottish observance.

In England, jokes are played only in the morning. Fools are called 'gobs' or 'gobby' and the victim of a joke is called a 'noodle.' It was considered back luck to play a practical joke on someone after noon.

In Rome, the holiday is known as Festival of Hilaria, celebrating the resurrection of the god Attis, is on March 25 and is also referred to as "Roman Laughing Day."

In Portugal, April Fool's Day falls on the Sunday and Monday before lent. In this celebration, many people throw flour at their friends.

The Huli Festival is celebrated on March 31 in India. People play jokes on one another and smear colors on one another celebrating the arrival of Spring.

So, no matter where you happen to be in the world on April 1, don't be surprised if April fools fall playfully upon you.