• Austin012599

    After Jeffrey Katzenberg left Disney to be a co-founder of Dreamworks Animation, and after the Disney Renaissance ended, the animation department fell on hard times because of the iron-fisted rule of Michael Eisner. Despite competition from Dreamworks, as well as the rising glory of Pixar, the studio wasn't without its standouts. Some of the villains in particular still lived up to the Disney feel that the ones before them gave in the story.

    This voting table I decided to make so that you guys can vote for who you think is the best, worst, or neutral of the Disney villains around that time. Don't forget to comment about it as well, since that's the best way to cast your vote anyway.

    Villains Best Worst Neutral



    Lyle Tiberius…

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  • Austin012599

    I've wanted to make this blog because I decided to make a voting poll concerning some villains made by Disney ever since John Lasseter and Edwin Catmull took over.

    You see, whenever I compare some of the villains to ones that come from times like the Disney Renaissance, and Walt Disney's management before his death, I've felt like there's something different about them. I feel like the characters have also been missing something that made villains before them so engaging.

    So, I decided to make a voting table where you guys can vote for who you think is the best, worst, or neutral of the recent Disney villains. Don't forget to comment about it as well, alright

    Villains Best Worst Neutral
    Michael "Goob" Yagoobian


    Dr. Facilier

    Mother Gothel


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  • Austin012599

    A Sad Day😔

    December 26, 2017 by Austin012599

    I had found out a few minutes ago, that my father-in-law, who is the father of my brother-in-law, who is married to my eldest sister, had passed on at the age of 55 earlier today after years of battling cancer.

    I never got to see him often, but every Sunday, I would see him and his wife attending the same church my family and I go to. He was a really loving and funny person to be around, and he and my brother-in-law were so much alike in personality and physical appearance. I’m going to miss him very much.

    But as sad as I am that he’s gone, I’m also happy. He no longer has to fight cancer nor does he have to suffer through so much pain and misery. The best part is that he’s in Heaven, standing in the presence of Jesus where he can no longer …

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  • Austin012599


    Has anyone ever felt like that when it comes to certain people and subjects, you just feel, I don't know, cornered against a wall.

    Well that's how I've been feeling lately.

    Lately, I've been finding that some certain people and subjects continue to haunt me throughout my days on certain wikis.

    Like I said before, I'm not a homophobic. I'm just. Scared. A lot of things involving homosexuality have been getting on Christianity's tail, and have not been letting people of my religion be left in peace. Not just that, but so many other people and things have been targeting people such as Christians in order to put them down with words, beatings, and death. What I'm saying is the truth.

    I just feel like, that there are certain subjects that …

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  • Austin012599

    I remember hearing the announcement that they were going to remake this movie long ago.

    The Lion King is one of my all-time favorite movies. I loved it ever since I was a child. The animation, the story, the music, the cast, the characters, and the amount of compassion and effort put into it.

    I wanted to say, that in all honesty, I don't see the value in remaking this movie into a live-action.

    One reason is because I find the amount of remakes that Disney plans to do to not be a good idea. Mainly because remaking movies like this one is just not necessary. It's a waste of time, money, talent, everything.

    Remakes like the recent Jungle Book movie and Maleficent were the better of those remakes because the stories were different, and there was a…

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