Are you a Disney purist? If not, chances are you know one. A Disney purist visits the parks with a mindset of "would Walt approve of this?" even though he's been dead for quite some time. It's hard for these fans to accept change and I don't really understand why? What is it about changes at the parks that make fans feel entitled to say they don't want change or like it? Take a look at the most recent Guardians rumor at Epcot for example: while lots of people like the idea of a much-needed e-ticket in the park, some Epcot purists (the worst kind) can't stand the idea of a sci-fi movie in an educational park. Let me be clear that Epcot is my favorite park of all time ever since I was a little kid. Even after hearing any rumor regarding Guardians at Epcot, I'm super excited because it's another ride this park deserves. Does it fit with Epcot? Not really, but neither does Test Track 2.0 or Frozen Ever After, but people still love these rides. So why do Disney purists always complain about change?Tweet
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