Bob Iger passes on the secret handshake and the keys to Walt's cryogenic vault to Bob Chapek.
BURBANK, CA -- With the naming of Bob "Robert" Chapek as the new CEO of the Disney Company, the tradition continues of having only people named "Bob" as the chief executive for the company. Rooted in a desire to honor the company's founder, Bob "Walt" Disney, the tradition first really took hold with the naming of Bob "Michael" Eisner in 1984 and his replacement Bob ...
Sources say the Earring helped design the Iowa Caucus app.
CONCORD, NH -- After a strong showing in last week's Iowa caucuses, Joe Rohde's Earring only finished second in yesterday's New Hampshire primary. The dangly presidential candidate finished with 18% of the vote, trailing Democratic front-runner Cory Booker.
The stumble came as news of a potential scandal broke. Allegations have surfaced accusing the Earring of having a hand (so to speak) in the creation of the disastrous Iowa Caucus app. Uncle Walt's Insider ...
Wait, we gave Ub space to express an opinion? This can't be good.
[Ed.: Marty, I thought we went with the other version of the cover photo. You know, the one that didn't blow up the first four letters of "Analysis"? Fix this before publishing.]
UNCLE WALT'S H.Q., SVALBARD - The holidays are over and 2020 is here. Thank goodness. The crowds at Disney World – ostensibly you – have gone home, and the rest of us can enjoy the parks once again.
Voters want a candidate that can win and look stylish doing so.
DES MOINES, IA -- Having announced its candidacy for president just one week ago yesterday, Joe Rohde's Earring is certainly making a splash in the 2020 Presidential Election. Uncle Walt's Insider can announce that, with all precincts reporting, Joe Rohde's Earring has won the Iowa Democratic Caucuses with 53% of the vote.
We will continue to follow the campaign. Also, you can follow Joe Rohde's Earring on Twitter at @realjoesearring.
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Don't look at the cover photo. Disney may soon charge you for it.
BURBANK, CA -- In its latest move towards Total Domination of All MediaTM, the Disney Company has acquired ownership and all publishing rights in the "lady yelling at cat" meme.
Sources say that the company is still considering how best to use the property. It's early in the process, but there may be a lady/cat feature film, a new series on Disney+, or a new land at Disney's Animal Kingdom ...