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Just one more thing...

by MacHugger / January 24, 2006 2:41 AM PST

Wow, Steve Jobs is now the largest shareholder of Disney stock. They just bout Pixar for about $7 billion.

Just think of the impact of all of this:

1) Disney might no longer suck
2) Digital content distribution might change dramatically, especially for Disney properties.
3) Michael Dell must be bursting a vein Happy


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bout = bought
by MacHugger / January 24, 2006 2:43 AM PST
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D*mn CNET and their not allowing edits of last minute typos!!!!! Seriously guys... give us 10 MINUTES to edit this stuff. Cripe.


(I know, I know, proof read more carefully. bah!)

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Yes, and
by Wilf_Brim / January 24, 2006 3:33 AM PST
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Tickets to Disney propertys will now be all pretty. And admission will be $200 per day.

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$200 a day
by MacHugger / January 24, 2006 4:19 AM PST
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It seems like it costs that much already, at the end of the day.


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