“How does it feel to have lived long enough to see all your favorite franchises go down in flames?” Also, if you think this is all just wokeness, you are a fool. This is called cultural subversion. It is a military tactic. Fascist use this technique. Remember what Mussolini said Fascism really is? He said it is corporatism and nothing is more corporate than Hollywood and the MSM.
While I do admit that I was a somewhat regular visitor as a kid back then, over time the prices kept getting insane and unaffordable. Looking back there were some good rides that I enjoyed a lot. However, as history would have it, I know that there were some other attractions that used to exist even before I was born that some people may recall. The only one that I recall that was short lived was called Rocket Rods which only lasted for a few years (and as I found out through a Youtube video somewhere, there was a classic ride that some of you guys remember) [correct me if I’m wrong but I think there was a ride called People Movers or something along those lines].
I would say that the two that stood out to me the most was Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye and obviously Star Tours.
Which ones do you guys reflect fondly on when thinking back to that magical place?
It’s true what they say. Nothing pisses off an SJW more when you tell them you don’t care what they think.
I’ve taken to closing out all my videos by telling them flat out “I don’t care what you think.”
Well…seems one didn’t like my take on the whole Waller-Bridge Indiana Jones 5 stuff:
Projection much? They really can’t stand it when we ignore them, when we don’t give them fuel, because even though my baser instincts want to fight with this twit, I won’t give them the satisfaction.
I’m all warm and fuzzy inside knowing they are seething at my take and cannot take it that I basically said…No to their opinion.