Monday, February 16, 2015

Fed Up! #7 - Top Ten Crimes Committed by Walt Disney World

Hello there, folks. SurferClock here to bring you another solo segment of Fed Up!

The inspiration for today's episodes came from a sentiment I'm sure many of you listening share: the theme parks aren't perfect! Yes, we heap a lot of praise upon the parks, it's no secret...we're pretty big fans! Some have wondered if, other than about the rides and shows themselves, whether or not we have any criticism for how they're run or policies, especially more recent ones. TAP-G and I put our heads together and came up with our lists...that's right, while I got a Disney World list, it was only fair that he put together a Universal Orlando list to counterbalance. When we realized what we had, Fed Up! seemed the perfect place to host our lists. So, here they are (and here I am) to bring you the Top Ten Crimes Committed by Walt Disney World. Now, keep in mind that these aren't -crime- crimes, just criticisms that could be construed as 'crimes against guests' in more of a figurative sense. This time, we split the episode into two parts for more palatability...let us know what you think about this splitting, and if we should do it more often. Watch, listen, and enjoy!

Fed Up #7 - Top Ten Crimes Committed by Walt Disney World (Part 1) on YouTube
Fed Up #7 - Top Ten Crimes Committed by Walt Disney World (Part 2) on YouTube

Next time, TAP-G will give you his list of the Top Ten Crimes Committed by Universal Orlando! Stay tuned.

Monday, February 2, 2015

Episode 84 - Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable

Hello there, folks! SurferClock here, along with TAP-G, to bring you the latest episode of "What's the Attraction?"

We return to Epcot, heading over to the Land Pavilion to take in a show that doesn't involve soaring or vegetables, singing or otherwise. Yes, despite everything, there remain two attractions in the Land Pavilion that we have yet to review, and this, well…this is one of them. Debuting on the heels of The Lion King, "Circle of Life: An Environment Fable" replaced the relatively unknown "Symbiosis" show in the same space in 1995. In this 12-minute theater show, a fable is told of humans and their effect on the environment using Lion King characters Simba, Timon, and Pumbaa. Seeing no change in all the nearly 20 years it's been open, this continues to play to crowds of…uhhh…what did the critics think? Find out by clicking the link below!

Episode 84 - Circle of Life: An Environmental Fable on YouTube