The logo changes are so subtle. Can you spot them?
ANAHEIM, CA -- Disney's recent attempt to re-open Disneyland as an autonomous zone has failed, Uncle Walt's Insider can now report. Governor Gavin Newsom (D) quickly saw that the change was making his subjects freer and happier without authorization by his regime, so he quickly had his foot soldiers shut down the parks.
In what we are sure is a complete coincidence, Disney has unveiled a new logo for the Disneyland Resort. ...
Throw a few barricades and hand-painted signs in front of the security checkpoints, and they're good to go!
ANAHEIM, CA -- Borrowing an idea from Seattle protestors, today the Disney Company declared the Disneyland Resort an "autonomous zone" and opened the parks. The move comes in defiance of a ban by California Governor Gavin Newsom (D).
Disney CEO Bob "Robert" Chapek tells Uncle Walt's Insider, "I don't know why we hadn't thought of this before. I mean, the Florida properties have had their own ...
Lately its enforcers have even taken to wearing masks, so you know they're up to no good.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- Local officials today hinted that the days are numbered for Disney's Reedy Creek Autonomous Zone.
The lawless area has been in place since the 1960's, with its occupiers creating their own structures and "parks" within the Zone. They have actually built a fairly impressive infrastructure, but do not consider themselves subject to most state regulations.
Furthermore, several of the areas within the ...
Pulling down statues may prevent past "atrocities." Like Song of the South?
ANAHEIM, CA -- The statue of noted oppressor Mickey Mouse was toppled last week at Disneyland, leaving many Disney fans asking, "What's next?" [Ed.: Actually, only a few asked "What's next?" The majority of questions we got after that article ran were, "Is this real?," followed by "What?," "Can I get Marty's number?," and "When does Disneyland Escanaba reopen?"]
Apparently, "what's next" may be the statue of the young Walt Disney at ...
It's only right.
BURBANK, CA -- As you may have read, Disney property The Simpsons will now have characters voiced only by actors of the same race as their fictional counterparts. Apart from the company scrambling to find yellow actors, they now say that they are extending the policy to non-human characters.
Yes, from now on, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and other beloved Disney characters will only be voiced by animals. Sources say the company is struggling to find a man-dog hybrid to ...