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Posted By: PeterWolosin, 8/21/2022 8:35:18 AM

There are certain images and names that, when viewed or imagined, immediately scream “America!” Brands such as Coca-Cola and Levi’s certainly fit this bill, as do McDonald’s and Major League Baseball. But there is arguably no brand that is more iconic of America and our culture than that of the Walt Disney Company. Whether it’s images of characters such as Donald Duck, or the mere silhouette of Mickey Mouse’s ears, or even old photos of the great Walt Disney himself, people around the globe immediately associate Disney and its brand with us: America. It is for this reason that the hideous transformation of the Disney Company


An conservative who gives Disney a nickel of their money is out of their mind. Go woke, go broke.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: franq 8/21/2022 8:41:47 AM (No. 1254986)
Good. I hope all corporations that are following the woke course will meet a similar fate. It truly is an evil minority that is holding the reins, and they can be turned back.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Speedypetey 8/21/2022 8:53:57 AM (No. 1255001)
The Disney CEO blasts the elected officials of Florida, and the voters, for enacting a parental informed consent to the minor children's education curriculum legislation. There were no references to subject matter but the CEO couldn't be bothered with reading the 7 PAGES of legislation.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 8/21/2022 9:01:03 AM (No. 1255011)
FTA - "The Disney downfall not only continues, it appears to be accelerating, and the company’s financial struggles are almost certainly attributable, to at least some extent, to its continuing commitment to wokeness and complete rejection of the values that drove its’ earlier successes." Mr. Lawson, if you delete, " at least some extent...", from your sentence, your point is accurate.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Rumblehog 8/21/2022 9:16:41 AM (No. 1255028)
Imagine how corporations would react if our "system" demanded we go back to 1950's era morality? It's an interesting mind exercise to go through. Disney not allowing homosexuals/pedophiles into their park would be a nice start, along with banning inappropriate attire. This country has degenerated so badly from that post-WWII era.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: MDConservative 8/21/2022 9:25:03 AM (No. 1255036)
A 20% year-to-date loss in the stock market in 2022 is not uncommon, even among blue chips. Blame wokeness. Blame COVIDS. Blame Biden. Blame the oil companies and high gas prices. Blame inflation that limits family spending. Whatever...not that I have any sympathy for the rainbow Disney conglomerate.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Daisymay 8/21/2022 9:31:40 AM (No. 1255041)
Call me Silly, but in my humble opinion, one of the reasons Disney is going broke is because they have raised their prices so high that the AVERAGE family can't afford to go there. It used to be the most favored place that kids begged to go, and eventually parents saved enough to take them. Now, the prices are out of reach. Add to Disney prices the Airline prices that would transport many of those families. And who can forget the Station Wagon (now the Mini Van) for those families who could drive there! Now, GAS prices make that a huge added expense to the trip. All in all, Disney has lost their "BASE" by pricing them out!
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Reply 7 - Posted by: thethirdruffian 8/21/2022 9:44:11 AM (No. 1255055)
My wife was Snow White at Disney World for several years. (Apparently Prince Charming is a nice Jewish Boy). We’ve been to the parks hundreds of times (with kids and without). But even Snow White has soured on the mousetrap.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: sw penn 8/21/2022 9:45:50 AM (No. 1255058)
So, the market is working exactly the way it is suppose to. It's nice to be able to count something in this age...
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Reply 9 - Posted by: bigfatslob 8/21/2022 9:57:21 AM (No. 1255070)
I believe that if you advertise or appeal to a certain demographic group be it by race or sexual orientation then your target group should be sufficient enough to bring you profits. That's the choice Disney made so let the target group Disney targeted keep them afloat they certainly don't want a wholesome family to respond.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: DVC 8/21/2022 10:01:31 AM (No. 1255076)
I hope they go out of business.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: columba 8/21/2022 10:19:17 AM (No. 1255097)
the person who wrote the article doesn't get the message. Here is the Message: Those who reject God get no help from Him.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: mifla 8/21/2022 10:19:37 AM (No. 1255098)
2022 "Mr QB, you just won the Super Bowl. What are you going to do next!" "Not going to Disneyland, can't afford it!"
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Reply 13 - Posted by: mean Gene 8/21/2022 10:26:56 AM (No. 1255106)
China owns about 50% of Disney's stock. Who needs it? Ween your little girls off that stuff.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Strike3 8/21/2022 10:33:37 AM (No. 1255116)
Yes, Disney is overpriced but it has been for a couple of decades. Families sacrificed all year long for that thrilling mouse visit because it was worth it for the joy it brought to the kids. No more, Disney's interest in the kids has been replaced by ugly, repulsive homosexual desires. Disney once enjoyed having nearly one hundred percent of the population as their customer base. They recently thought it prudent to cater to less than five percent. They obviously made the wrong choice.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Krause 8/21/2022 10:54:44 AM (No. 1255139)
Obviously the shareholders are of no concern to the company.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Petronius 8/21/2022 11:26:54 AM (No. 1255174)
The Disney of today, is not the Disney of my childhood (1960's). I am saddened by this.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Vaquero45 8/21/2022 11:29:54 AM (No. 1255177)
This couldn’t happen to a more deserving bunch of sleazebags. Don’t go to Disney parks, don’t buy their stock, don’t go to their movies.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 8/21/2022 11:49:09 AM (No. 1255195)
#16 Perhaps the Disney of the 1960s did a much better job of hiding what was behind their curtain, and had to wait for a time when the morality of the nation would drop enough to allow the big reveal of their nature.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 8/21/2022 11:52:35 AM (No. 1255199)
Re #4, and I remember clearly that when we visited DisneyLand in the 1950s I watched people shooting real .22 rimfire rifles in a shooting gallery at the various moving and stationary metal targets. Those guns used special frangible bullets made with compressed tin powder to avoid lead in the air, and make sure that they disintegrated harmlessly upon striking the target or backstop. Imagine bringing that back......unfortunately it's not going to happen, some lunatic would intentionally turn a shooting gallery rifle on people - now that we don't have the same good people we had in the 1950s.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: EJKrausJr 8/21/2022 11:59:52 AM (No. 1255211)
Mickey shot Goofy in the woke foot and now Donald is squawking fowl. Well deserved Disney, well deserved.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Zeek Wolfe 8/21/2022 12:00:53 PM (No. 1255212)
My final visit to Disneyland was expensive and boring.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 8/21/2022 12:09:20 PM (No. 1255222)
Disney has been riding on its reputation since the old guard of Walt associates either retired or died in the 80s. Michael Eisner started the decline and it has been accelerating ever since.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Ragman73 8/21/2022 12:21:24 PM (No. 1255241)
In the end the Disney locations are nothing more than amusement parks. Taking a family and spending thousands you must be joking. It simply tells me you didn't work hard for your money. A woke-joke at best.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: snapper451 8/21/2022 12:28:45 PM (No. 1255258)
Yeah, like massive price increases for customers (guests? - not when they rape you on the price). The % increase over the years for passes is in the thousands. Plus, annual passes for FL residents are not available other than for weekdays. They have lost me as a customer.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: FL_Absentee_Voter 8/21/2022 12:39:20 PM (No. 1255265)
#6 - Indeed, prices have soared and while the average family can't afford the parks there are plenty of folks out there who can. Park tickets need to be reserved and paid for months in advance, partly because the numbers allowed in have been reduced, post-Wuhan. It's possible the company hasn't found the sweet spot to bring in the same revenue as before but I don't think the drop in stock price has anything to do with park attendance.
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Reply 26 - Posted by: anniebc 8/21/2022 1:31:41 PM (No. 1255326)
Leftists destroy everything they touch. They kill, steal, and destroy just like their father the devil.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: JHHolliday 8/21/2022 1:31:43 PM (No. 1255327)
The woke nonsense has certainly hurt them but the high prices combined with the deepening recession will make things much worse. I would not be investing in Disney anytime soon or any company that depends on consumers with disposable funds. Too many no longer have an ‘extra’ money.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: NYbob 8/21/2022 1:41:56 PM (No. 1255336)
In 2023 the copyright for Mickey Mouse runs out, even with the extra time bought with bribed politicians. ANYONE will be able to portray Mickey anyway they want. At least that is the law. How our new woke crony capitalism actually handles the lapse of copyright is another story.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Blizzard 8/21/2022 5:47:34 PM (No. 1255480)
Fire your wore employees and start putting out less reprehensible material.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: MickTurn 8/22/2022 8:55:38 AM (No. 1255892)
Seems Karma has run over the Disney Thugs...have a crappy Day!
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Reply 31 - Posted by: Miceal 8/22/2022 10:40:14 AM (No. 1256018)
Glad I crossed off this "bucket list" visit back in May of 1985.
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