Since I switched over my email and prematurely deleted my old one with all my blogger info and posts, I’m starting from scratch and will try my hardest to bring you the latest with my EPCOT Center grievances, joys, and reasons why they should bring back Journey Into Imagination.
It took some doing, but I finally got clearance for my EPCOT shelf. And I still have more. (at EPCOT Shrine)
Any ride i truly loved has already been closed, refurbished, or just outright destroyed. the only ride I am paranoid about is Impressions De France. It’s been running strong for 32 years, and sometimes I think they’d try to update it…
hmmm, well, i’ve seen parents openly beat their kids in the park, but that qualifies as “horrible” and not so much creepy… but the creepiest thing was the Kristos performance. For those of those who don’t know, Kristos was this acrobatic performance in future world during the later part of the 90s, in which acrobats wore skintight green alien suits and did very awkward and weird stretches and things. very creepy.
a wonderful short by one of my favorite eccentric filmmakers, with an introduction in which i like to call, “A Maltin Moment.”
It was an excellent map I wish I had