Sources say Stamford to “rock TSC to its very core”
LONG ISLAND CITY – With the first official TSC Summit of 2012 approaching this weekend, rumors surrounding the event are flying.
Stamford’s controversial “Road to Ohana” plan will reportedly be officially presented to the Committee. Those close to the situation, who have requested anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the discussions, have stated that the proposal will be met with “monstrous disapproval”.
While certain details of the Road to Ohana appear to have changed (most notably, the “Ohana” part), the greater TSC seems to be greatly opposed to the idea of driving, visiting Universal, and travelling in October.
Despite the pushback, Stamford is rumored to be making an additional announcement this Saturday that has been described by sources as “earth-shattering.”
Specifics of the announcement have not been revealed, leading to rampant speculation of what Stamford has up its sleeve.
Some have suggested it will include a proposal for an “Adventures by Disney” trip to Ireland, which would coincide with the Summit falling on St. Patrick’s Day.
Megan Pluskis, who I don’t know, offered her take on the situation. “I don’t know…they’re probably going to talk about some Epcot thing. I think it’s weird they have parties for this. You know what? I’m not going.”
TSC supporter/member(?) Anthony DiRocco, also listed as a “Yes” on the Facebook invite, seemed interested in the explosive announcement, while TSC mainstays Skipper and Libby expressed severe doubt that anything other than drinking a lot would be accomplished. “That’s not what these things are for,” they stated in unison, which was weird.
One thing is known for certain: local Long Island City establishments have been battering down the hatches in preparation for the TSC’s descent upon the quaint Queens village. This weekend’s Summit promises to be an extravaganza like no other.
Thousands of supporters have expressed warm thoughts and well-wishes to resident TSC animal, Mookie the Dog. All attendees to the Summit will wear a blue and orange wristband in support of their colleague.