Everybody remembers their first trip to Disney World a little differently. Most recall stories of wonder or excitement. Here’s a first visit remembrance that is different from all the rest and gave me a good chuckle.
This Independence Day, when our fellow countrymen and women are off half-way around the world fighting to restore human rights and dignity in multiple countries (Bosnia, Afganistan, Iraq, Sudan (soon?)), I feel more emotionally wrapped up in the status of our nation than I have… Read More »WWWD?
The Motley Fool, whose economic opinion I value highly, presents columnist Rick Aristotle Munarriz who has weighed in on some recent visits to Orange County’s two largest themeparks – Knott’s Berry Farm and the Disneyland Resort. The results are quite interesting. He also puts in… Read More »A fool and his summer vacation
According to the Hellblazer Weblog, upto 60% of the profits from the movie will go to a charity or charities. Guess who gets to decide which charities. Yep. Disney. The company that refused to distribute the film. Wonder who they’ll choose? Any suggestions should go… Read More »Fahrenheit 9/11 Profits
Sami at the Disney Movie Classics blog has just posted a rather detailed trip report of his recent travels to Tokyo Disneyland. Comes with lots of pictures and some attraction reviews.
I’m forever on the look out for amazing Disney quality artists on the net. Excelsior Studios, whose Logo Disney fans have got to love, has released the first part of their new online graphic novel (read comic)… Pan. It’s not your typical retelling of the… Read More »Pan Graphic Novel