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Parks in Perspective: Disneyfication and Cultural Impressionism


In just a moment, I’m going to ask you to close your eyes. You could do so now, try to get an early start on this, but that wouldn’t really be conducive to my employment as a writer. I find that words are much more difficult to interpret when obscured by a layer of eyelid, […]


Parks in Perspective: Storytelling, Theme Parks, and the Virtues of Escapism


Life isn’t fair. We teach this to our children, to the point where the very concept seems cliché. Throughout the long and arduous course of raising their progeny, there will undoubtedly be a time when a parent hears this declaration, usually in the form of a whine or a scream: “But it’s not fair.” What […]