Mon 9/26/2011 2:03a
|They look great and I'm quite pleased to hear they'll be available to buy! |
Mon 9/26/2011 2:36a
|As far as the CM'S are concerned Disney gets what it pays for. Most of the CM'S i see in the park look fine to me. The worst CM i have seen was at the SS Swings with white patches of sunscreen all over his face lol.|
Anyways, if i find the TOT poster i am going to buy it.
|23||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Mon 9/26/2011 8:35a
|"I also worry about the DCA CM's of 2012 fitting into those themed 1930 uniforms, with their stringy hair pulled into a dirty scrunchy, and their 30 second makeup job, and their scuffed-up modern shoes from Target."|
Yep, they sure won't look anything like the people depicted in the style sheets shown in the Blue Sky Cellar.
|24||Dr Hans Reinhardt|
Mon 9/26/2011 8:36a
| "Hey, your hair looks like a rats nest, your eyeliner looks like Cleopatra, your shoes look like you just played soccer in them, and your uniform hasn't been pressed in a week. You can't work like that, you need to go home for the day." |
Tue 9/27/2011 10:20p
|You get what you pay for.|
Someone gets paid low wages and then you expect them to spent extra time to look nice for a theme park job.
Fantasyland, pure and simple.
Wed 10/19/2011 4:52p
|I love Disney's inclusion of all kinds of families. |
I'm sure everyone noticed that beyond that nice straight couple buying a balloon for their kid, a gay couple with their teenage son are standing there, basking in the way all three of them are looking cool with their belts at the identically perfect jaunty angle. And love that one shoulder up thing. Very "We're enjoying Disneyland at a much deeper level than you."
You go, Disney!
And don't even get me started on those Soarin' guys. Mr. Man is dressed like he's meeting Jackie O. for cocktails, while his boyfriend looks like he ought to spend a little more time on his wardrobe and a little less time on the hair gel. I give them six months, tops.
Nothing funny (?) to say about the Tower poster. It's just a great effect.
Sat 10/22/2011 3:05p
|Now, see, you saw Mr. Man on Soarin' with Bad Hair Boyfriend. |
But I saw Mr. Man on Soarin' with his gal pal 'Chris' who plays on Mr. Man's co-ed softball team and who let Mr. Man borrow her truck and pitched in building Mr. Man's new backyard deck last summer.
But perhaps that's because Mr. Man's gal pal in the poster has a silhouette and short hairdo exactly like my gal pal Lori who sometimes lets me borrow her truck and is always happy to tag along for a Home Depot run.
|28||Jim in Merced CA|
Mon 10/24/2011 1:14p
|LOL! Man, they used to say I 'think too much' about the various attractions.|
I didn't even notice these things in the posters. I guess my 'gay-dar' isn't quite as in tune as others. :)
Tue 10/25/2011 9:41a
|>>I wish Disney could do something about the way so many of their park employees look. The WDI creative types spend all this time and money (LOTS of money!) to pull together a fabulous looking environment like Buena Vista Street, and then TDA spends all this money to design and maintain a gazillion themed uniforms for these employees to wear, but the end result looks so slobby because the employees wearing the uniforms don't appear to give a darn. And no manager ever seems to stop them at the break room and says "Hey, your hair looks like a rats nest, your eyeliner looks like Cleopatra, your shoes look like you just played soccer in them, and your uniform hasn't been pressed in a week. You can't work like that, you need to go home for the day." |
I wish Disney could crack down on things with the way their front-line CM's look.<<
A lot of this also was the result of Disney allowing for costumes to be taken home and back.
|30||Jim in Merced CA|
Tue 10/25/2011 9:51a
|<A lot of this also was the result of Disney allowing for costumes to be taken home and back.>|
Yep! Dumbest idea ever. They justify it by saying 'it saves money.' Well, it was always more expensive to have costumes on site than to have cast members take them home. Duh.
So is having theme-d costumes.
Not everything that is done in the theme park industry -- especially when you're supposed to be the industry leader -- can be 'sharp penciled' to death.
Although boneheads like Pressler and Suzy Cheesecake whatever her name is tried. Because, like, they know better.