10 of Chris Queen's Greatest Hits
Editor's Note: The internet is not a very friendly place. The anonymity the medium provides makes it real easy for arrogant bullies to spoil everything with their own cynicism and self-loathing rather than focus on celebrating the good, innocent aspects of life. Editing Chris Queen for more than 3 years now has been like taking a regular booster shot of Southern sunshine. He always brings a smile to my face with his articles celebrating the "great, big beautiful tomorrow" that's coming. Here's how he concluded the ninth article in this collection:
"Cynics will always find something negative to look to about the future. The world around us can make us jaded about what may be in store for us. But when I walk through the gates of Walt Disney World -- especially Epcot -- I sense a palpable excitement about what can be in the future. Give me the optimistic futurism of Walt Disney over cynicism and grimness any day."
Over the years at PJ Lifestyle Chris has covered and researched Walt Disney the man and the company he founded. Future collections of his work will highlight some of his intriguing discoveries. For now, please also check out the previous best-of collections published last weekend: 10 of Walter Hudson’s Greatest Hits, 10 of Hannah Sternberg’s Greatest Hits, and 10 of Kathy Shaidle’s Greatest Hits. For more great articles, also check out the list of PJ Lifestyle’s Top 50 List Articles of 2013. - Dave Swindle
By my count, I’ve been to Walt Disney World 25 times, though others in my family think I may have been more.
December 5, 2011:
Today marks the 110th anniversary of the birth of the 20th century's greatest visionary artist and entrepreneur.
April 12, 2014:
You won't really understand Walt Disney until you start reading...
Maybe Netflix can resurrect some of these?
February 24, 2012:
Oscar’s Only Human...
April 23, 2012:
May 3, 2013:
The Man Behind The Mouse underwent a political transition from naive socialist cartoonist to staunch conservative mogul.
"I say believe in the future, the world is getting better; there are lots of possibilities." -- Walt Disney
So where do all the bad dialects come from?