Families Boycotting Disney Disney stock is down 71%, and park attendance is down 54%. Disney Plus is suffering massive numbers (480,000+) of cancelled subscriptions. What was Disney CEO Bob Chapek thinking by throwing the entertainment organization into progressive politics? Chapek took on popular Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) […]
In September 2021, the High Roller on the Las Vegas Strip suddenly stopped working, stranding about 150 people on the attraction for 90 minutes. “The High Roller Observation Wheel was stopped during its rotation on Friday night, due to a network connectivity issue involving one of the cabins,” Caesars said […]
One of our favorite rides at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom is the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train. Many young girls have grown up reading Snow White and dreaming about their Prince Charming. It is only after the world turned into a more “woke” society that certain fringes saw […]
This Great Northern beans soup recipe is inspired by the original Disney Soundstage Restaurant in Florida. This eatery was one of the original restaurants from Opening Day of the Disney-MGM park and seated 560 people. It was themed as a wrap party for the 1988 film “Big […]
The Secret to How Ritz-Carlton, H-E-B, Disney, ClubCorp and Goettl Soar JackNotes: Summaries of Wisdom Fortunately, I worked for a remarkable Texas business, H-E-B Food Drugs, from 1980 to 2010 and retired early as an executive over their facilities management organization. H-E-B invests a great deal in training […]
Woke Disney World has finally begun damage control efforts after a year of laying off 32,000 people, limited openings and going full steam ahead with liberal woke movements. Disney let go of at least 18,000 in Central Florida, according to last year’s Florida’s state filings. In December, 2020, […]
Splash Mountain in Disneyland opened on July 17, 1989, but went back to the drawing board and reopened in 1992. There are three drops but The Big Drop is 52.5 feet and slides down in 9.8 seconds. There are 103 total audio-animatronics on the ride.
President Donald J. Trump issued one of his last executive orders on January 18, 2021, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, for the construction of 250 statues in The National Garden. “The National Garden will feature a roll call of heroes who deserve honor, recognition, and lasting tribute because […]
The Walt Disney World Resort is located approximately 20 miles southwest of Orlando, Florida, on approximately 25,000 acres of land. The resort includes theme parks (the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney’s Animal Kingdom); hotels; vacation club properties; a retail, dining and entertainment complex (Disney Springs); […]
My little sister loves Christmas so much that she watches Christmas movies in January, February, March, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. I don’t know why she doesn’t watch them in April. There is just something about April that causes her not to watch them. […]
The Walt Disney Company lost $6.9 billion in operating costs during their fiscal year 2020 and have plans to lay off tens of thousands of employees in 2021. In Wednesday’s U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Disney revealed their “most significant impact of COVID-19 on fiscal 2020 operating […]
Has the world gone mad? Certainly it’s good to come out come out where ever you are and escape the cruel madness. Enjoy the whimsical world of street art, magical design and quirky advertising.