Another Satisfied All in WDW “Customer”?

Oh, OK.  You’re right.  I don’t have “customers”.  I have Disney friends.  So, how about I name this post, “Another Satisfied Disney Guest?”

I bet this happens to you too, but I get asked for WDW advice … a lot.  I mean, I’m the guy that friends, family, and co-workers walk up to and say, “Hey! We were thinking about going to Disney.  Where should we go?  What should we do?  What is it going to cost?  When should we go?”

Yikes!  Where do I start?

Anyway, do you remember the question I fielded a few weeks ago?  Fantasy baseball expert, Joel Henard, was heading to Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings as a camera man for Bleacher Report, and he asked, “How can I get to the Dolphin?”

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Reader Question: “How can I get to the Dolphin?”

Isn’t it great to hear from old friends?  For instance, one of my old fantasy baseball buddies reached out to me a little over a week ago to ask me … a Walt Disney World question.  Outstanding!

I “met” Joel Henard (@JoelHenard on Twitter) back in my fledgling days as a fantasy baseball blogger.  Fantasy Baseball Trade Market. That was me.  Meanwhile, Joel had just started podcasting his new show – Hoosier Fantasy Baseball Insider.  Yes, Joel lives in Indiana.

Now, I have moved on to my ‘other’ love – Disney – and he’s moved on to bigger and better baseball-related things.  In fact, he’s been, or is, affiliated with a lot of huge names in the fantasy baseball industry – Baseball Prospectus, Baseball Daily Digest Radio, RotoInfo, Fantasy Pros 911, and Fantasy Alarm.  He’s an Indianapolis Indians (AAA baseball) media member, a host on the Armed Forces Radio Network, and a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association.  Wow!  Great work, Joel!

But, why did he reach out to little ole’ me for help?

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