Such a generous guy!
SACRAMENTO, CA -- On the heels of the recent layoff news coming to Disney Parks & Resorts, California Governor Gavin Newsom (D), has announced that he plans to personally take care of each and every employee out of the 28,000 Disney employees that will be laid off.
Gavin Newsom said, "It's really the right thing to do. I mean, as a very, VERY rich man, instead of just talking about how we need to take care of these people, ...
No word yet on whether it will reopen in Anaheim or in Texas.
ANAHEIM, CA -- The long awaited re-opening date of the Disneyland Land Resort has finally been announced! Josh D'Amaro, Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences, Products, and Spas alongside some random dude named Gavin something, announced that Disneyland will re-open to guests on October 31, 2021, along with a Halloween party to welcome guests back.
Unlike previous Halloween parties, this will be open to all ticket and Annual Passholders, with ...
ANAHEIM, CA -- In a time when thousands of attractions are fleeing the state of California (here, here, here, here, and here), one team dares to be different. The Anaheim Los Angeles [english: "The Angels"] Angels of Anaheim have announced that they will NOT be leaving the state of California.
In a press conference yesterday, a spokesperson for The The Angels Angels confirmed the decision.
The spokesperson, who identified himself as "Head Angel Al" (and who looks suspiciously like Christopher Lloyd), admitted, "We thought about moving, ...
Where will it end?
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- It started with hundreds of thousands of residents leaving California. Then theme park Disneyland decided to leave, and was quickly followed by Knott's Berry Farm, SeaWorld, and Disney California Adventure.
Now the first non-park landmark has announced its departure: the famous Golden Gate Bridge.
The Golden Gate (the bridge) spokesperson Jun Gate (no relation) announced the plans to Uncle Walt's Insider.
"Things are just getting nuts out here," said Gate (no relation). "I mean, when someone put ...
"Who would want a 'California' park in a non-California state?"
ANAHEIM, CA -- Once sister theme park Disneyland decided to leave California (quickly followed by Knott's Berry Farm and SeaWorld), Disney's California Adventure theme park was left in a quandary.
"Sure, we'd like to leave," Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) tells Uncle Walt's Insider, "especially since Disneyland took the parking garages with them. But we're a California-themed park. Everything about us screams 'California.'
"Take a look at the theming: from ...