Ride operators at the parks will finally be on-site again instead of pushing buttons from home!
BR'ER BANK, CA -- Newly reinstated Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Iger has told employees that the days of working from home are coming to an end. Effective March 1, 2023, Disney employees will be required to work in person at least four days per week, including at the many Disney theme parks around the globe. And Cast Members are not happy with the order!
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Apparently Chapek didn't go far enough?
BURBANK, CA -- As we predicted, Bob "Bob" Iger has returned as CEO of the Disney Company. In his first week, Iger announced he will reverse all of the poor decisions he blamed on Bob "Bob" Chapek, returning Disney to its full glory.
With our incredible inside contacts and sources [Ed.: Wait, Google counts as an inside source?], Uncle Walt's Insider is able to give you a first look at the list of decision changes. They ...
More of Chapek creating magic! (For his accountants.)
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The Walt Disney World Resort is known for its world class hotels, restaurants, and theme parks. It's also the place where children of all ages can meet their favorite characters, such as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and Ensign Thomas Garland. But as Uncle Walt's Insider has learned, there are some changes coming to the character-meet experience.
In a recent interview, Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Chapek discussed his history ...
Also, the unnamed executive's ringtone was a "cha-ching" sound, over and over again.
BURBANK, CA -- On a recent visit to Disneyland, an unidentified Disney executive (pictured) was overheard saying that there are "too many poor people here." The unnamed executive suggested that Disneyland should be like a country club: overpriced, exclusive, and offer mediocre experiences at a premium price.
So, as you might expect, we at Uncle Walt's Insider predict more price increases coming to Disney parks. (We also have successfully predicted ...
Then they attached a strap and sold it in the Creations Shop!
EPCOT, FL -- Tragedy has struck in the midst of the 40th anniversary celebration of EPCOT Centre.
During a show celebrating all things Epcot, Disney CEO Bob "Bob" Chapek reportedly became angry as Walt Disney's name was mentioned over and over, while no one acknowledged Chapek's contributions to the park. (Those "contributions" include scaled back offerings, price increases, and overall lowering the value of park admission.)
Shockingly, when Chapek's anger reached ...