Monday, April 25, 2022

The Legend of Reedy Creek

 Things aren't so rosy for Disney, as the company has suffered major financial losses since it's CEO, Bob Chapek, picked a fight with Governor Ron DeSantis. It got me to wondering what the almost 40 square miles that encompasses Disney World in Florida known as Reedy Creek will look like in 2024 and beyond under the next Trump / DeSantis administration. Perhaps Trump will build a border wall around  Reedy Creek and let the weeds grow up around it and store all of the woke groomers and pedophiles inside.

A quick internet search string of "abandoned Disney World" opened a treasure trove of a potential Disney future. I think the artist had a comet strike, climate change or a zombie apocalypse to blame for his dark visions, not Chapek's wokeness. In any case, the results would be the same. I'm hoping Disney does an about face ala Scrooge, as he asked the spirit whether these were visions of things that could come true or will come to pass?

"Spirit!" he cried, tight clutching at its robe, "hear me. I am not the man I was. I will not be the man I must have been but for this intercourse. Why show me this, if I am past all hope?"

Sorry folks, the park is closed. The mouse should have told ya.

Here we see Chapek riding the monorail through Disney World. It is in slight disrepair but Bob is hopeful that Governor DeSantis will approve the infrastructure improvements any day now. Don't be like Bob...

Governor DeSantis will review this proposal after the family vacation at Mar-a-lago World. Here we see him and the family riding the Ron-o-rail through Future Trump Land. Be like Ron...

 Here we see Mayor Vaughn getting interviewed on Main Street, USA, encouraging more tourism.


  1. You could fit a lot of usual suspects into 40 square miles. Update the place so there's only one toilet first.

  2. In 1985, my ex-wife insisted we go to Disneyworld, while we were in Florida. Against my better judgement, we went.

    It was summer, the heat was brutal, the lines were long, people started to smell, the prices were obscene, and the creepy characters in costume frightened my ex-wife.

    All in all, it was an experience I would never recommend, or want to have again. It sucked, Disney sucked, Disney still sucks, Disney need to go out of business, and Florida needs to force the reprobates of Disney in charge of the mess out of the state.

    The fireworks were pretty. That's the only good thing I can write.

    1. It's like everywhere else these days. The woke wackos are the loudest and are in control, but they are still the minority. We just need to scrape them off from the bottom of our shoes and take back the country and the culture.

  3. Man. I thought I commented here.
    It looks like I didn't.
    Now I have.