Originally Posted by Coheteboy
Originally Posted by mycroft16
Originally Posted by Rob™
Ironically, responses like these aren't being said about the real article that 2DieFR is parodying here, that has to do with the new Disney Gallery in the Bank of Main Street. Funny that people are offended by something like this here, but not by the equally offending makeover that is actually being made at the Bank of Main Street.
Originally Posted by Alpoe001
Here's the original article excerpt that 2DieFR parodied, which has to do with the Bank of Main Street/Disney Gallery:
For the Love of Art
Disney twenty-three magazine | Summer 2009 | Pages 10 - 13
When designing the look of the shows at the new Gallery, Kim Irvine wants the feel to be as inviting and innovative as in its original location. "I think it's fun to say that this was the big bank on Main Street, U.S.A., and it's been taken over by an art gallery. So there will be a lot of things left there, like old teller cages. You'll be able to see remnants of the bank background, and whatever show we're displaying, we'll be doing propping and overdressing. We're also designing the new Gallery to have a specific place where we can again put a centerpiece that will immediately inform guests what the show is all about when they walk in the door. Plus, we'll be keeping that big vault for our very, very, special paintings."