Thank goodness we're all normal now.
BURBANK, CA -- A 1930's era photograph of Mickey Mouse Club members found in the Disney archives shows one thing very clearly: Disney fans used to be super-creepy.
Just look at that photo. Seriously, look at it. A sizeable percentage of that group turned into serial killers, we're guessing. Or Cast Member Leads.
Thankfully, Disney obsession no longer results in creepy, weird behavior, or puts us outside of societal norms. Now please excuse me while I put on ...
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*If you're in the U.S., that is. If you're in France, we suppose you're celebrating Journée Nationale du Pain Perdu Américain.
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UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- Dearest Insider readers, we are just a short few clicks away from having one thousand Likes on our Facebook page! (It took over two years, which seems a bit long to us, but we're not bitter. Much.) [Ub: Speak for yourself, Marty.] And when we reach that goal, we want to reward our readers that got us to this milestone!
So the plan now is to have a party at the world-renowned Club 33 ...
Trillions were lost as the world marketplace came to a standstill.
UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- They're calling it the "Lost Tuesday." Flights were canceled. Public transportation ground to a halt. World stock markets failed to open, and online trading was minimal. Busy financial districts and downtown economic centers became ghost towns.
But did you even notice? Of course not -- you were home bingeing on the glut of Disney, Marvel & Star Wars content you suddenly had at your fingertips with ...
English viewers must purchase a $20/month "English Unlock Key."
BURBANK, CA -- The long-awaited unveiling of Disney's streaming service, Disney+, is here. And there are some mighty disappointed people who signed up.
Skeptics who asked how Disney could afford to offer almost all of their content so cheaply now have an answer: the Disney+ app defaults to Mandarin Chinese. Not only that, but English is not available as an option, unless you have first subscribed to an "English Unlock Key." The app shows ...