Disney Theme Park Hidden Secrets

Hymns in a Theme Park

It’s been about about 13 years since the Southern Baptist boycott of Disney.  Some readers may be too young to remember this, but there was a time during the Michael Eisner years when Disney veered sharply away from their family friendly image and started embracing less savory elements. Mainly the boycott was concerned with the […]

Chester and Who-ster?

  It’s finally here.  The great Dinoland opus from friend and collaborator Teevtee.  The man who caught Joe Rohde baby-dunking.  It’s about time he got around to sending me something new rather than resting on his laurels.  I’ve been pestering him for days now.   Regardless of how you feel about Dinoland’s story (and I […]

Disney World Goes To the Oscars

In honor of the Academy Awards, I have decided to devote an entire post linking the most famous American award show to a 43-square-mile patch of Florida swampland. Here are the nominees and winners of the Oscars, Walt Disney World style. Best Supporting Actress The Great Movie Ride is packed with Supporting Actress nominees.  Of […]

Mr. Toad’s New Mania

Today I just want to pay homage to the happiest little dancing frog that ever hip-hopped his way through Walt Disney World. Nice try. Go find a Six Flags. This little amphibian deserves our love, admiration, and respect, because he is able to dance on one foot while waving something in his hand with his […]

Toontown In Perspective

When you think of the absolute pinnacle of Disney themed lands, only one comes to mind:  Mickey’s Toontown Fair.  Alright I’m joking, nothing holds a candle to Dinorama.  But for all its cheapo judges tents and glorified kiddie coasters, occasionally Toontown Fair can surprise you with an actual detail or two. Take this sign. (no, […]

Castaway Keys

We have a substitute parkeologist today, but I want you all to behave yourselves.  No spitballs or switching seats.  Especially since it’s my sister.  She’s usually found on her own blog writing clever homages to Jane Austen, but she’s crossed over today because, well, she’s musically inclined and her sharp eyes (ears?) caught this little […]