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Disney Layoffs Hit Pixar Studios and Includes Long-Time Animator

As part of Disney CEO Bob Iger’s previously announced plan to eliminate 7,000 jobs at The Walt Disney Company, the cuts have reached Pixar Studios with 75 layoffs, including several executives and a long-time animator for the studio. The Details Among those laid off from… Read More »Disney Layoffs Hit Pixar Studios and Includes Long-Time Animator

Layoffs impact Walt Disney Imagineering

Like clockwork after every big project led by Walt Disney Imagineering (WDI), there is a layoff. The finish of Shanghai Disneyland is no different. The Glendale, CA facility has confirmed that layoffs in the ‘low single digits’ were made, with no one in senior staff… Read More »Layoffs impact Walt Disney Imagineering

Layoffs Expected at Disney

At the Mouse House world headquarters in Burbank, rumors have been ciruclating of coming layoffs and now the shoe appears to have dropped. Chief Executive mouse Bob Iger ordered an audit of the company and found it a bit puffy around the top & middle.… Read More »Layoffs Expected at Disney

ABC News Announces Layoffs

A memo sent to employees yesterday heralded a reduction in employment of as much as 25% for the ABC News staff of 1400. This isn’t the first reduction at ABC News, but that won’t be comfort to those who are being let go. Ad revenues… Read More »ABC News Announces Layoffs

Magic Kingdom Meandering

I took off Friday for my son’s 6th birthday. As per his wish, we spent some time meandering through the Magic Kingdom doing what he wanted to do (mostly).

The day started with ride over to the park on the monorail. Believe it or not, that was my first ride on the transport since the tragic death of monorail purple’s pilot. The system functioned as it should, there may have been a couple extra cast members on the platform, but for the most part things were the same as they ever were.

We tried to time our arrival with the little show that takes place at the train station as the park opens to guests. It’s a cute show, but it seemed most of the cast members were just going through the motions and the guests that were selected to open the park really didn’t do any thing much. I think it’s time for some new magical moment to be created here, hopefully one that doesn’t involve crowding hundreds of people into a small area and then forcing them to move through an even smaller passage way all while strollers run over their toes and elbows are thrown jostling for position.


So having survived Disney’s version of the Running of the Bulls, what do we do next? Head to our first Fast Pass? No! Not this day. We went straight to the Harmony Barbershop where the official festivities for “Pink Hair Day” were set to begin.

(follow me below the jump for a photo of the famous pink hair and more from the day)

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