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June 2, 2009 3:00 PM

An all-Disney post

In t-minus four days I'm off on a fun-packed vacation to Disney World and Key West (quite the dichotomy, I know). So, to get into the Disney spirit (like it takes much), I'll be posting themed posts until I leave.  Don't expect anything too creative. And now for some all-Disney links. Enjoy. Miley Cyrus will return as Disney renewed Hannah Montana for it's fourth season.

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