Throw a few barricades and hand-painted signs in front of the security checkpoints, and they're good to go!
ANAHEIM, CA -- Borrowing an idea from Seattle protestors, today the Disney Company declared the Disneyland Resort an "autonomous zone" and opened the parks. The move comes in defiance of a ban by California Governor Gavin Newsom (D).
Disney CEO Bob "Robert" Chapek tells Uncle Walt's Insider, "I don't know why we hadn't thought of this before. I mean, the Florida properties have had their own ...
Nothing says "overbearing dictator" like denying citizens their Churros.
ANAHEIM, CA -- While Disney continues to box up Disneyland for the move to Texas, even bigger news has dominated the headlines. California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) is facing a recall from angry voters.
Newsom's previous orders, while strict, were at least limited in scope, with only trying to run a small business, restaurant, or theme park banned. The new order is far more comprehensive -- and one detail in particular has the remaining ...
They say that fear can cement memories more clearly. Does that mean the song will stick in our heads more?
ANAHEIM, CA -- While every Disney fans wait to see when Disneyland will reopen (and whether it will reopen in California or Texas), there is some good news. The Disney Company, flush with cash because they are still selling churros on the black market, is investing in some ride upgrades. And one attraction in particular is getting a major thrill upgrade.
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The Science® says the virus won't survive the freezing process. Probably. Maybe.
SACRADEMENTO, CA -- Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Hypocrite) issued new guidelines for theme park reopening in California today. Disneyland can reopen to any guests who have been frozen in carbonite for at least 14 days. Admission preference will be given to anyone frozen since 2018 or earlier.
Disney has begun signups on its park website for the freezing process, and is free to Platinum Annual Passholders and members of Club 33.
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They're much easier to breathe in, also.
DATELINE IN CAPS -- Gators may not be allowed, but now Walt Disney World is offering a mask alternative: face paint!
Originally created by laid-off Photopass Cast Members as a way to pay their rent, the painted masks are proving to be extremely popular. Uncle Walt's Insider talked with one guest, Bruce Tomlinson from Lake Charles, LA, who asked not to be identified (pictured above).
"These painted masks are awesome," the unnamed source said between coughing fits. ...