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- About to dive into #TheMandalorian but there’s just so much here @disneyplus! Gummi Bears, Hunchback of Notre Dame, and A Goofy Movie — in widescreen! I might not go to bed tonight. #DisneyPlus You guys!! It’s alive!! @disneyplus #DisneyPlusSo, they should just go ahead and make this the new, regular @cocacola taste moving forward. Delicious AF ❤️🥤#CinnamonCoke #CocaCola #ShareACoke #tasty #cinnamonI’m 7 days into this “No Shave” November thing, and I’m about ready to tap out. 🧔 #noshavenovember #november #beardI *finally* got my birthday card from mom and Becky... only to find that it came with this nice letter from the U.S. Postal Inspector notifying me that it had been “rifled.” 😱 Fear not. The joke is on whoever did this. Mom and Becky didn’t include any money or gift cards, so the poor bastard committed a federal crime by tampering with my mail for no reason. 🚔 👮♀️ Aw well. Happy Holidays! 🎄🎁 ⛄️After movie nom noms 🍜 🍣 #dinner #ramen #sushiWalt Disney’s Latin American-inspired “package films” from the early 1940s: Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros. Saludos Amigos was successful enough in 1942, that Walt Disney released arguably the more popular The Three Caballeros two years later. Disney released 6 of these “package films” which featured several animated shorts, rather than a full-length, full-story animated feature during the 1940s due to cost-saving measures during World War 2. Clearly, these movies are products of their time — I don’t think they’d be given the greenlight to get made today. The Three Caballeros was one of my favorite movies to watch growing up, and I always wished José Carioca and Panchito had been featured in more cartoon shorts and series. My favorite sequence from both films is the song “Baía” — beautifully set to paintings of the Bahia landscape in Brazil. It’s always made me want to visit there someday. #Disney #animation #SaludosAmigos #TheThreeCaballeros #DonaldDuck #josecarioca #panchitopistolesSome *orange* chicken tonight to cheer on the Houston @astrosbaseball! 🍊 ⚾️ ⭐️ #Game7 #WorldSeries #AstrosThis is a cool place 😎 ☕️
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Totally caught off guard.
As our Historian notes, and as the award signifies — not just for my love of Disney and Marvel comic book characters — but starting 2016 as the longest-serving President of the Clairemont Town Council.
It is a milestone made all the more significant given the 60+ year history of CTC, and made all the more humble factoring in who previously held the record: Henry Ross, Jr. — who served from 1965-1969.
The last four years have flown by, and truth be told… I had no idea what to do when this started.
I can only appreciate and whole-heartedly thank everyone who has served on our CTC Board over the last four years. Without their confidence, guidance, and ideas, we wouldn’t be where we are today, and certainly, this opportunity would never have come to pass if it weren’t for them.
Many of you in the Clairemont community have e-mailed and told me over the years how much you appreciate my leadership skills and abilities, but I’ve learned about leadership from listening to all of you.
The ability to share our achievements and our skills with other communities throughout San Diego is made even more rewarding because we’ve done it here in Clairemont.
Without rambling too much longer, I just want you all to know how much this is appreciated.
Thank you. (smiley emoticon)