Robb, you have that great contagious energy and presence that holds an audience. I also got a better feel for what you discussed in your Trip Report re your different cultural experiences in Asia. Great job!
Location: The red-headed stepchild of Michigan (Manistee)
Re: Robb Alvey back on the "Big Fat Panda" Show!
Wed Feb 01, 2017 4:25 pm
Watched the entire thing. Loved it! It was nice to see a comparison of the Asia Disney parks and how USJ is a much improved USF. I also like your statement that stats aren't the end all be all when it comes to determining good rides.
I wish I had the $$$ to go to Asia and visit the good parks over there
I also watched your segment and enjoyed it! You have a wonderful way of speaking that makes things exciting and informative. I was especially interested to hear about how Shanghai DL's castle is positioned strangely and you can't really walk through it like the others. I had no idea about that based on your TR. Thanks for sharing your interview with us!
I never watched the Big Fat Panda Show before, but just watched all three of Robb's appearances (and Yehaa Bob). Very entertaining, amusing and educational. Even though I have been there I did not realize the Tokyo Disney parks were back to back (to share service areas).
I watched the last one you were on and remember being pleasantly surprised with this show. The production value (for a small podcast style show) is impressive and the conversations are fun and the perfect balance of being relate able to everyone even if they have very little industry knowledge but still being interesting for people that do. I'm looking forward to watching it.
is it just the resolution on my screen, or is that a navy blue Club TPR shirt?
if yes. . . hmmm. . . the one I have is black (in Texas!!!). . .might be time to get a blue one.
(oh, and great interview, gets those tips out there for those who don't bother reading your fantastic advice right here on the TPR message boards -- Animal Kingdom thread, or the "we're finally going to Disney World" threads )