First they came for the ducks, but I did not speak out because I was not a duck...
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- Complete Unbiased® social media giant Twitter is permanently banning the @RealDonaldDuck account from ever tweeting again.
Head Twit Jack Dorsey announced the move today. "We try to understand The Donald's tweets, but they are just uncomprehensible most of the time. So given his anger issues and his blatant Nazi past, we figured he must be inciting violence."
Uncle Walt's Insider will keep ...
We only make up stuff when we want to start a rumor. (This, for example.)
BOCA CHICA, TX -- For the first time in Walt Disney World history, fireworks did not explode over Cinderella Castle as the clock struck midnight on New Years Eve.
In fact, Disney has not launched a barrage of exploding shells into the sky since the parks re-opened, after closing due to the Great Churro Shortage of 2020. This has left Disney, the second largest purchaser of explosives ...
We suspect it was the source of all of the good ideas anyway.
GLENDALE CA -- Good news from Disney Imagineering headquarters! Although legendary Imagineer Joe Rohde will be retiring effective January 4 of next year, his famed earring will continue working for the foreseeable future.
The earring, which unsuccessfully ran for president earlier this year (and which may be an alien), made the announcement on its official Twitter account.
No announcement has been made as to how the earring intends to get to ...
We knew it. We just knew it.
BR'ER BANK, CA -- Sources at Disney+ have now confirmed what we've suspected all along. The Razor Crest, the spaceship flown by the title character of The Mandalorian, was indeed modeled after the Space Winnebago, Lone Star's spaceship in Mel Brooks' classic Oscar-winning drama Spaceballs.
Just a few minor details are different
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) finally returned our call.
"Yes, the Mandalorian's ship was modeled after the Space Winnebago from Spaceballs," Disney (no ...
The only other known viewer passed away last month.
SOUTHFIELD, MI -- Clarence Farley gets a far-away look in his eye when he talks about Star Wars.
The 102-year-old lifelong resident of Southfield, Michigan, a Detroit suburb, is the last known person still living to have seen the original Star Wars movie in a theater during the year of its release, 1977.
"That was something special, let me tell you," Farley told Uncle Walt's Insider. "To see that huge star destroyer passing overhead -- on ...