Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Thesaurus 1 Year Anniversary

One year ago today the "modern" Disneyland Resort Thesaurus was born, as I input and slightly revised some older materials into the MultiTes software. At that time it had around 1,900 terms. As I write this, there are now 31,335 terms.


Major Pepperidge said...

Congratulations on your anniversary! I am, however, very disappointed that you don't have 31,336 terms. THEN I would have been impressed!

Mike said...

I was kinda hoping for 35,335 terms, but I guess we'll go with what you've got!


To add confusion to the New Orleans Square discussion in one of the earlier posts below: Is Disneyland a land?

Just poking some good old Adventureland (definitely a land) fun at you, in true Jungle Skipper fashion.

Keep up the great work! If you need a few new terms to get closer to 35,000, let me know.

Have you included "kimbies?" (paper towels carried by sweepers); "pixie dust?" (vomit absorbing compound used by sweepers); "101" (attraction has broken down); "Department 951" (attractions/adventure frontier)?!

Keep typing. Don't let my mindless babble slow you down!


Westcot2000 said...

That's a little less than a hundred per day? Stop slacking and get to work. We expect two hundred per day.

Major Pepperidge said...

No more nomenclature?