Author Archives: Michael Arnold

Michael is a father, husband, and an Army Veteran. Michael spends his weekends at Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando checking out new merchandise and food. Michael is a graduate of the University of Alabama and has an education background in Public Health. You can find Michael riding Pirates of the Caribbean over and over again or binge watching new Marvel and Star Wars content. Han shot first. Thor is the strongest Avenger. Roll Tide and Wash Your Hands!

Controversy Erupts: Mickey Mouse Chosen as Mascot for Conservative Clothing Brand, Critics Cry Foul

Mickey Mouse Grunt Style

WARNING: The following article mentions and/or discusses topics that may be distressing for certain audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.  Grunt Style, a popular military-based clothing company, has joined forces with Mickey Mouse, using the famous character in a shocking way to promote violence, and we don’t know how to feel. Mickey Mouse, initially created in 1928, has seen his fair ...

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Disney Purges Gendered Language from Haunted Mansion, Embraces Inclusivity

Haunted Mansion Tokyo Disneyland

In an effort to remain inclusive, Disney has been working to eliminate divisive attractions, shows, and language from their theme parks. We’ve seen the removal of Splash Mountain at Walt Disney World and Disneyland, changes to opening day attractions like Country Bear Jamboree, and now, a very specific change to the fan-favorite Haunted Mansion. Besides updating old attractions and shows, ...

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Disney Fights Back By Adding a Surprise Fee for Unsuspecting Guests Caught Being Bad

Disney Fee at Disneyland Pixar Place

Some Disney faithful feel like they’ve been nickeled and dimed to exhaustion by The Walt Disney Company. Whether it’s add-ons for Disney+, potential hidden fees associated with a Walt Disney World Resort vacation, parking fees at other Disney theme parks, and so on, Disney is no slouch when it comes to breaking our banks. For years, Disney World and Disneyland ...

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Threats of Death Made as Christians Question Whether Disney Should Use Mohammed in Future Content

Disney Christians

Religion is something we typically trend away from when it comes to conversation. Accompanied by politics, the discussions of faith, worship, and theology typically are off the table at family gatherings and amongst friends who don’t share identifical beliefs. Disney, founded by a Christian, has typically steered away from religious novelty in their films and shows, outside of mythology-based projects ...

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