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Ticket #A113


You'll need a keen eye for this week's feature, because while wandering down the Streets of America, I looked at one of my favorite windows on the street for the faux travel agency.  Every now and then Disney will change up what's displayed here to reflect what the company is offering these days.
I paid special attention to the tickets Donald Duck was holding in his hand and noticed a fun Pixar reference that we had previously touched upon elsewhere in the park.
The ticket number is "A113".  If you recall a few weeks ago, we mentioned how Tow Mater's license plate is also A113.  Turns out that this is another reference to an inside joke at Pixar Studios.  The number A113 refers to John Lasseter, Brad Bird, Pete Docter and Andrew Stanton’s former classroom at CalArts and has made an appearance in every Pixar film.
I found it kind of interesting to see a Pixar reference in a non-Pixar location.
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