This might be revenge for Mickey taking the CEO job away from him.
MAGIC KINGDOM, FL — As Disney readies the parks for upcoming
reopening protests, arriving Cast Members found barricades on Main Street U.S.A. Yes, the Walt Disney World Resort & Spa’s Magic Kingdom now has its own autonomous zone.
Led by an individual calling himself goofy_fan_32, Disney-fan anarchists have set up their own Main Street U.S.A. Autonomous Zone (MSUSAAZ — not to be confused with MNSSHP or MSNBC). The barricades prevent Disney Security and Cast Members from driving up Main Street.
But she said it cheerfully
Disney Cast Member Scarla Johansson complained that she was unable to take the Horse Drawn Trolley or the Omnibus to Casey’s Corner, where she is a line cook. “It’s bad enough I don’t have a jitney like the Mayor rides around in. I have to take the Trolley or the Bus to get to work. Now what am I supposed to do? Walk in this heat and humidity?”
Johnansson isn’t the only Cast Member who is unhappy with the current situation. Main Street U.S.A. Fire Chief Smokey reported that the Fire Engine was unable to travel down the street as well. “What this is doing is putting the public in danger! Why, if there was a fire at the HUB, we wouldn’t be able to get there! The whole place could burn!”
Main Street U.S.A. City Council Chairman Will Helpya reportedly put out a call for help to Officer Patton Friskem at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Unfortunately, Officer Friskem was terminated when the police department was defunded.
Disney (the company) hasn’t issued a formal statement, and it is not clear at this time if this will affect the parks re-opening next month. [Ed.: I thought it wasn’t opening until 2025?]
Where should the next autonomous zone be setup? Let us know in the comments below!
Cover photo: A barricade at the entrance to the Main Street U.S.A. Autonomous Zone, which they’re claiming isn’t in the U.S.A.? Photo courtesy disneyparks.com, mynorthwest.com, & kennythepirate.com.