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Disney is now selling limited edition t-shirts celebrating the 30th birthday of the greatest theme park ride ever created: Horizons!
On October 1, 1983 the greatest ride to ever appear at Walt Disney World opened to the public. They called it Horizons.
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The EPCOT attraction Horizons was a great introduction into the world of paleo-futurism. The ride took you through past visions of the future as well as "present" visions of the future. For this ride the "present" meant 1983, the year it was built.