In a plan that harkens back to Walt’s original plans for EPCOT, as a new kind of community, Disneyland Paris is stepping up and creating their own version, a community, that, conforming with modern sensibilities, aims to be environmentally friendly in every way.
“Euro Disney S.C.A. Group and Groupe Pierre & Vacances Center Parcs are unveiling their new concept of a vacation destination based on the search for harmony between man and nature. The destination would be, in its design and in its operations, a unique model of sustainable development for tourism at this scale: Les Villages Nature de Val d’Europe (« Villages Nature »).”
To me, this seems like something Walt would definitely be into.
1) Please use the term “government-run health insurance” or, when brevity is a concern, “government option,” whenever possible.
2) When it is necessary to use the term “public option” (which is, after all, firmly ensconced in the nation’s lexicon), use the qualifier “so-called,” as in “the so-called public option.”
3) Here’s another way to phrase it: “The public option, which is the government-run plan.”
4) When newsmakers and sources use the term “public option” in our stories, there’s not a lot we can do about it, since quotes are of course sacrosanct.
”—Fox News’ Washington managing editor, Bill Sammon, issuing an e-mailed reminder to staffers at the height of the healthcare debate. “Public option,” which Sammon told staffers to avoid using without qualifiers, got more positive responses in the polls compared to the term “government option,” a Republican pollster said in an August appearance on Fox. (via officialssay)