28-year-old Sandy Thi Nguyen of Aurora, Colorado was just busted for pretending her six-year-old son had cancer . . . accepting $25,000 in donations from the community . . . then using some of the donations to take her family to Disneyland.
Americans may have fewer entertainment dollars to spend these days, but according to new attendance estimates, they seem to be spending more of them at theme parks — and the Harry Potter phenomenon has a lot to do with it.
Brendan Haas came up with a pretty cool way to give back to military families. Inspired by the famous story of the guy who through a long chain of Craigslist trades was able to turn a paperclip into a house, a nine-year old launched what he called the “Soldier for a Soldier” initiative. Starting with a toy soldier, Haas kept trading up until he amassed $900 worth of Disney gift certificates, airfare and hotel credits.
Back when Disneyland was established in 1955, Walt Disney was very clear. He wanted his employees to have a clean-cut, all-American look...and not look like crazy scraggly carny folk. So he established a no beards policy.
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