Not quite the Hells Angels and Outlaws, are they?

A dispute between two heads of Disney-obsessed social clubs has laid bare the ‘gangster’ like tactics used by the groups to stake claim to the beloved park.

While there are hundreds of social groups devoted to the attraction park around the world, two in Anaheim, California – where some of the most dedicated fans are – are at odds.

They are the White Rabbits and the Main Street Fire Station 55 Social Club, two separate groups of enthusiasts who meet up on a regular basis to enjoy the park’s rides and bond over their mutual love of it.

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6 Responses to Not quite the Hells Angels and Outlaws, are they?

  1. Heathen says:

    Oh fer Fuck’s sake………..

  2. singlestack says:

    At least they’re not Bronies.

  3. Aesop says:

    This isn’t a problem.
    100:1 odds in favor that Disney will issue a memo, and all identified members of both groups will receive lifetime bans from D-Land (and probably all the company’s parks and properties, worldwide). Backed up with court orders, locally.
    Anybody who shows up in or dons those colors will get added, on the spot.
    Because that’s how Mickey rolls.

    It’s not like they’re hurting for visitors; it’s even packed now, on Wednesdays, in the middle of Northing Season.

    These goobers can go obsess over Six Flags.

  4. Aesop says:

    Proof The Mouse isn’t worried about getting guests into the theme parks, today:
    Disney raises admission prices at all theme parks


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