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    Thanks for sharing this information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriskre View Post
    Nope.
    I own one stock of Disney and it's framed on my wall.
    My mom bought a share of stock for each of my daughters were they were little. She wanted them to have a piece of Disneyland. They each get a dividend check each year.
    Luanne

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    wish I had some new shoes

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    I see Disney is looking for more money by raising the rates at the parks again.

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    I dunno

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    The average ESPN subscriber fee is $6.41 per month, and rising. Those seven million customers represent about $80 a year apiece—over half a billion dollars a year ..Now you know From where the Disney's Revenue is coming from

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    Question too.

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