We should be encouraging original editing (with verified souces of course). A lot of your posts have been 1 to 1 copy and pastes from Wikipedia. This is a problem because these pages get outdated and they do not fit the format of the better quality articles of Disney Wikia.
Well, I can’t add too many images because this is not a art gallery wiki, so I tried to make the pages as much as accurated as possible, plus I’m particularly not so good with putting things down in my own words.
Hi LegalizeAnythingMuppets! Can you confirm where you heard about "Roar!" and what proof do you have for it? There has been some rumors and arguments about it being an April Fool's episode, so we need to make sure it's real.
I was researching information for a blog post and stumbled across your original information for Music Land 1955. I'm interested to know more about this rare film in Disney's history and why it remains unknown a lot of people. Can you provide me with any primary source material and references that are available to look at?
I thought you aware that you must rename the headings of your image files before uploading them. Either rename them or upload again. You must also categorise them. These are the rules. You should already know this by now.
You've even violated our plagiarism policy. What is with you? You should know by now that copying contents from other wikis cheating, we don't permit gif images, and only accept images of good quality and under appropriate headings.
Again with this? How long are you going to keep telling me this? Well, of course I understand the rules! (scoffs) Just get over it! They're just simple rules! I mean, what good are those rules, anyways? They don't even have any freedom for other users!
You do realise by breaking them, you're going to get blocked for it. Do you really want to risk that? Why do you keep doing this? We tell in the best way possible of what you can and can't do. You at first reluctantly cooperate when we tell you these things first hand, and then weeks or months later we're back to square one.
Either you are forgetful or doing this on purpose. Rules are rules, and if you got a problem with them then perhaps should just quit. Join another Wiki or start your own.
Maybe I'll be on another wiki if by any coincidence I get fed up with these rules. Otherwise, I'll just see if I can do some pages for Disney stuff around here until you or some other admins or users appreciate them.
I think you're missing the whole point here. Over the past five years the Disney Wiki has changed for good reasons. Reasons that you still fail to understand. It's like you're living in the past or something.
Tell me this. Why are you always stubborn when it comes to all this?
Because I thought if everyone see how I'm appreciated like becoming an admin one day on a dream goal on Muppet Wiki, I thought sticking to the past would change everything, you know? I guess just repeating the same traditions over and over again would see that to make people enjoy what I read or heard from or passing on from other stuff on wikis. That was pretty much the whole reason why I started doing it in the first place to make it like one of the old pages on Disney Wiki. Just simple, easier and better, no changing stuff around, no strictness, just Disney Wiki being a free wiki like every other wiki. I figure maybe if I make people appreciate the stuff I put in like putting less effort into them as much as possible and didn't really have to try as hard, I can finally get them to see how notable and famous I could be. I just thought this would change everything.
It's not like that anymore. We have come a long way from being that kind of Wiki. Things are run more exclusively now. What you are doing is not going to bring back the old ways, it will just get you into trouble.
I know it's hard to accept change, but that's part of life. Like it or not, there are always going to be changes made in the years to come.
We're not who we were. We change. Sometimes for the better, sometimes for the worst, but we all change. Movies like Christmas with the Kranks don't want us to change. They try to shame those who do things their own way. They act like the importance is in the details, and not in the overall message. This is a horrible thing to teach, especially when talking about things like Christmas. But we shouldn't be ashamed of our past, nor should we glorify it. It's like anything: there's positives and negatives. There's good moments in bad times and there's bad moments in good times. Because of this, traditions can be hard to figure out, too. Sometimes we obsess over things when we don't need to. Other times, we... (looks at some covers to some Disney sequels) try something new when we probably should have left good enough alone. But in between one foot in the past and one in the future lies what matters most. The choices we make now are what always has and always will to find who we are. So, maybe next time, when you remember to be kind and understanding of others...remember to be kind and understanding of yourself. And those moments you remember as being embarrassing, you may find not only the most precious moments, but often the most important. And some times should be looked at with more appreciation than you think. We're always gonna get angry at ourselves, but, as long as you always try to learn and get better, you'll find it doesn't last that long. And trust me when I say...I myself am and even you yourself are definitely worth the time. I'm the Maxwell Goudiss and maybe I'll be more than be willing to quit the wiki to take a chance and probably go on another wiki if I wanted or have to.
Hello, I'm currently researching the Disneyland tv program, and I saw that you uploaded an image of a magazine article about Disneyland's opening. Could you provide me with more information on how you found the image and/or anything else you know about it?
It's from this website: The Construction of Disneyland | Designing Disney. The website quotes: "Now time had also come to pitch prospective backers on the idea of Disneyland in order to secure funding for the project. Since network executives had approached him in the past about doing a television series, Walt Disney felt that his greatest hope for funding lay within the television industry. But when he tied Disneyland to his proposed television series, he was turned down by both NBC and CBS. Roy then scheduled a meeting with executives at ABC, a fledgling network that was desperate for quality programming.
On a September Saturday, Walt had tracked down Herb Ryman, an artist friend, to help him draw a detailed rendering of what Disneyland would look like. Over the weekend, which came to be known as the 'lost weekend', Walt talked about his vision for Disneyland while Herb drew.
Roy took the detailed drawing with him to ABC and managed to turn the tide. ABC agreed to loan Disney $500.000 and guarantee $4,5 million in loans in return for a one-third ownership in Disneyland and a promise of a weekly Disney television show for the network."