Hard, non-ventilating hats are not worn in Florida due to the sticky humidity.EXACTLY! Preach it, my friend!
Walt Disney World could have its own rich and interesting story to tell. But that story all involves people who did their best work five years or more after Walt Disney died. Walt never saw Disney World, and what was opened in 1971 was nothing like what he envisioned before his death five years earlier in early December, 1966.
October, 1966. Oh look, it's a map of Disneyland circa 1965 with a bunch of stuff that doesn't actually exist around it.
But instead they throw their real story away and fabricate a story that never happened, and that can all be blown out of the water with a 40 second Google search.
WDW should celebrate their differences and realize they were the generation long after Walt. Instead they pretend that Walt was somehow involved from beyond the grave in the planning and execution of WDW. He wasn't. And just to make themselves look like even bigger fools, they then lie and tell fake urban legends about what Walt did or said at Disneyland in 1962 that he might have done or said as a ghost at Disney World in 1971.
It's not just creepy and weird, it's factually incorrect and professionally incompetent. As if the Internet doesn't exist and anyone with 10 minutes of free time can't find out exactly how the Tiki Room was created and built by Walt Disney and his staff during 1961-1963?
Also, I just want that WDW Tour Guide to wear her hat. Where the heck is her hat?!? At Disneyland, they always wear their velvet riding hats, and they always stick to their script and don't make stuff up.
At Disneyland, they don't lie. And they wear hats.
And velvet covered...?
Yeah, definitely something one would want to avoid wearing on your head in the 'Sunshine State'!