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Orlando Murder Rate Up

Orlando, Florida, home to Walt Disney World, is on track in 2006 to have the most murders in 24 years. What do you think?
  • "And that's not counting the murders families commit on the road trip there."

    Sydney Freck
    Yoga Instructor
  • "Disney will have no trouble turning this tale of slaughter and moral decay into a positive. Didn't you see Pocahontas?"

    Molly Green
    Coat-Check Girl
  • "That's not a huge surprise. Have you seen Epcot lately? That place has really gone to hell since adding Rwanda to the World Showcase."

    Paul Goldstein
    Fashion Designer
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