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Yesterday the Walt Disney Company announced its second quarter profit report. (FYI, DIS FYE is October.) Yeah, profit declined a bit, 1.2%, for the whole company. But all in all revenue is up and expenses should be rising as the … Continue reading
Okay. It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but there are a bevy of tabs open I’ve been meaning to write long posts on and that I need to close. I don’t have the time to give … Continue reading
Time to close a few open tabs: Disney animator Kevin Nelson has started a blog and filled it mostly with concept art for Tangled. Beautiful stuff there. Disney Cruise Line has officially taken delivery the Disney Dream from the Meyer … Continue reading
I first reported on the development of a new land at Disney’s Animal Kingdom based on the continent of Australia back in October of 2007. It was shortly after that when the housing bubble popped for good and the house … Continue reading