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      Walt Disney's Birthday was yesterday! December 5th, 1901. :)

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    • Jocelyn Chung

      I have only the upmost and highest respect and admiration for this man. For the incredibly genius imagination he had and dreamer he was. I will always be in awe of how he strived for a higher standard and of how his dream created dreams in the rest of us. Thanks, Walt.

    • Wendy Goolsby

      Walter Elias Disney. I could go on for ages of how much I love Walt Disney. He was a real treasure of a person, who brought warmth, comfort, kindness, and timeless magic to the whole world.

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