Well, it sure wasn't anywhere near this bad back in Walt's day. Nope it surely wasn't.
With profits measured today in the billions...Disney management is raising prices at the already way overpriced theme parks again. Their hotels and campgrounds and little boat rides in the ocean are way, way overpriced to the point of being totally ridiculous and out of reach of most middle income families in America. It costs fourteen or more dollars just to park your car in a Disney lot for one day. Once inside, a 50 cent Coke is sellin' for $2.59. And Mr. Iger and company, and ravenous Disney stockholders whose only interest is money, money, money and more money, continue to smile all the way to the bank.
So...here's the question: "Is today's Disney management fast becoming a symbol of totally out of control corporate greed?"
I suspect you might have an opinion on this...I'm beginning to form one myself...
Yep, you could say that the image of Disney management has changed quite a bit since those days when Walt Disney was still around. Back then, we loved the place...
Twas Mama Odie who said it best... "Money ain't got no soul. Money ain't got no heart!"
Adios for now. Talk to ya on down the trail.
Wild Ol' Dan