The President's and the Democrat Party are driving a false narrative about the new Georgia election law being an attempt to suppress the black vote. Biden's comments have gotten him 4 Pinocchio's from the liberal Washington Post! Now, leading Georgia based companies like Coca-Cola, Delta Airlines and many more are under heavy pressure to condemn the election law or face boycotts. We'll look at the lies and explain the truth about what's in the Georgia election law that's aimed at improving election security through measures like Vote ID.
This isn't just a Georgia story....many other states, Florida included are looking at changing their election laws in the interest of security, and the same voter suppression race card is sure to be played by the President and the Democrats.
President Biden is backing an effort to have the 2021 MLB All-Star game moved out of Atlanta in protest of the Georgia election law. We'll hear from Biden, talk about it, and take calls.
Lots of fresh COVID news, so we've booked Dr David Klein stagesoflifemedicalinstitute.com to give his take on issues like the following:
CV cases trending back up in U.S. - why? How serious is this? 4th surge? Chances we'll go the same route as Europe? How do we reverse the trend?
Breaking news.. Orange County Convention Center portal opening early....ages 16 and up can make vaccination appointments starting Friday morning.
How important is it for young people to get vaccinated? Any reason not to?
Lots of talk of the increasing number of variants. How big a problem are they likely to be?
Pfizer says it's vaccination shots protect you for at least 6 months. Did he expect the time period for protection to be longer or shorter? Will we ever get a firm handle on how long we have immunity? Does he foresee us needing annual COVID shots, like we do with flu shots?
As Disneyworld celebrates its 50th year...a fun talker among us as we compare ticket prices in 1971 vs 2021....and what it cost to get on various rides when you paid for each one of them back in 1971. Take a look at this info, and be ready to comment on what stands out to you.
Tickets and attractions:
When Walt Disney World opened in 1971, adult admission was $3.50 and $1 for children — without the cost of rides and attractions. Unless guests purchased a package ticket that included admission and seven rides for $4.75 for adults, amusements ranged in price from 10-90 cents on a pay-as-you-go basis.
An A-ticket gave access to a smaller ride, while an E-ticket was for more exciting attractions. Here’s a breakdown of the ride pricing and a few options available in each ticket category.
A-ticket (10 cents) — Main Street, U.S.A. vehicles or Cinderella’s Golden Carrousel (now Prince Charming Regal Carrousel)
B-ticket (25 cents) — Main Street Cinema, Frontierland Shootin’ Gallery, Mike Fink Keel Boats or Swiss Family Treehouse
C-ticket (50 cents) — Grand Prix Speedway (now Tomorrowland Speedway), Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Peter Pan’s Flight, Snow White’s Adventures (replaced by Seven Dwarfs Mine Train), Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride (replaced by The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh), Mad Tea Party or Davy Crockett’s Explorer Canoes
D-ticket (75 cents) — Walt Disney World Railroad Trains, Skyway to Fantasyland and Tomorrowland, Flight to the Moon, Country Bear Jamboree, The Hall of Presidents or Admiral Joe Fowler Riverboat
E-ticket (90 cents) — 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Submarine Voyage, it’s a small world, The Mickey Mouse Revue (replaced by Mickey’s PhilharMagic), Jungle Cruise, Tropical Serenade or The Haunted Mansion
Nowadays, admission to Walt Disney World’s four theme parks and two water parks includes all-day access to all current rides and attractions. But the price tag has grown more expensive: Tickets to Magic Kingdom, Hollywood Studios, Epcot and Animal Kingdom start at $109 for a one-day ticket for ages 10 and older ($104 for ages 3-9) and varies by day, while water park admission begins at $64 for ages 10 and older ($58 for ages 3-9).
Upon accepting an award this week, NBC Nightly News Anchor Lester Holt said something pretty incredible and disturbing to me...that fairness in news reporting is overrated.
We'll play the sound cut, discuss and take calls.