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Of all the color-coded maps of the United States, this is definitely the most recent! Image by Marty, used (inexplicably) without permission.

INSIDER EXCLUSIVE: What this map of United States reveals is shocking

All the other websites have maps. Why not us? UNCLE WALT'S INSIDER H.Q., SVALBARD -- In what can only be described as "shocking" (it's right there in the headline, see?), a new map of the United States of America provides amazing insight into our current condition. Uncle Walt's Insider is the only place you will see this information, at least until Snopes tries to fact-check us again. "As you can see, there are many different colors on the map," said Marty Ralks, creator ... Read more
UWI (Step)Moms Panel

(Step)Moms Panel: “Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck?”

The Uncle Walt's Insider (Step) Moms Panel answers your real questions with their own totally reliable advice. [Lawyer-mandated disclaimer: do NOT rely on this advice. Our panel of experts may or may not be actual stepmoms, but they are definitely evil.] "Dear (Step)Moms: Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck Mcduck ... Read more
The resemblance is uncanny, you have to admit. Photo insets © Disney and Mel Brooks, probably.

“Yes, the Mandalorian’s ship was modeled after the Space Winnebago from Spaceballs”

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 ... Read more
UWI (Step)Moms Panel

(Step)Moms Panel: Do you publish unsolicited authors with suspiciously familiar names?

The Uncle Walt's Insider (Step) Moms Panel answers your real questions with their own totally reliable advice. [Lawyer-mandated disclaimer: do NOT rely on this advice. Our panel of experts may or may not be actual stepmoms, but they are definitely evil.] "Dear (Step)Moms: Good morning, I hope all is well. I came across your website the other day and I thought I would reach out to you regarding publishing an article on your blog. I wondered if this is something you would ... Read more
Clarence Farley, 102, the last surviving person to have seen Star Wars in a theater in 1977. Photo by Marg [CC BY 2.0] via Wikimedia, modified.

Last surviving person to see original Star Wars in theater honored

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 ... Read more