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More details on the strike vote from the Orlando Sentinel:Some union leaders said the prospect of a strike was not realistic. Under Florida law, not everyone represented by a union has to be a member. Of the roughly 22,000 members of the trades council, slightly more than half are members.This would mean that a number
So much for my prediction capabilities. Local news is reporting that not only have Disney Workers rejected the contract offer, but they've authorized a strike if the union leaders call for it. Union leaders have called in a federal mediator, so a strike is unlikely in the immediate future. The holidays are fast approaching with
No. It's not exit polls from Disneyworld workers who are voiting today, it's the results from a similar contract vote at the original Disney themepark, Disneyland. According to this article in the OC Register, workers pointed their anger for higher healthcare costs at the healthcare industry and accepted higher health insurance rates in return for
The Uncanny Valley is a term used in animation to talk about how there is a point at which computer generated animation looks wholy unhuman before it begins to look human again. The Incredibles, by design, is on one side of this valley and The Polar Express is on the other. Read on to get
The story's inciting incident is a flurry of short-sighted, foolish lawsuits against the much-needed superheroes for unintended property damage and unwanted saves, among others. John Edwards may well laugh along with the rest of the audience during this part of the movie, but perhaps he and his former colleagues on the bar should think about
Joe Lane, over at Themepark Insider, reviews Disney World's newest attraction and writes about the less than big splash it's making. Stitch's Great Escape is an updating of the original Mission to the Moon attractin in WDW's Tommorowland. It became Mission to Mars, then Alien Encounter (Disney's first PG-13 rated attraction), and has recently been