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Walt Disney World – Best Places To Work | The Recreational Writer | RecreationalWriter.com

Walt Disney World – Best Places To Work | The Recreational Writer | RecreationalWriter.com

Work Life
In recent posts, I have managed to stray off into the political circus of 2018's society. But today, I wanted to take a step back, and explain my beliefs behind The Walt Disney World as a place, and as a Company, part from a lifelong fan, and part from a former Cast Member. To me, from a lifelong fan's perspective, "Disney" will always be synonymous with The Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida. I know full well that Disneyland existed first, and that The Walt Disney Company owns many different businesses in many different genres, including but not limited to, ESPN and ABC, and ownership or close collaboration with companies such as Dreamworks. As a whole, The Walt Disney Company is a massive company. However, as I stated above, to me…
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The State Of The Union Address – What I Learned | The Recreational Writer

The State Of The Union Address – What I Learned | The Recreational Writer

Political
To begin, and for complete transparency, this is a political article. Not necessarily political in the way you may think, but does fall within the political realm. I am not going to put one "party" over the other "party", but merely demonstrate problems that I saw that came out of the, very limited, coverage of the State of The Union Address. Frankly, I preferred to watch the Curse of Oak Island on the History Channel and when that ended at 10PM, the remaining time of the Tampa Bay Lightning hockey game on Sun. (more…)
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Why Florida Needs Workers Rights Laws | The Recreational Writer (RecreationalWriter.com)

Why Florida Needs Workers Rights Laws | The Recreational Writer (RecreationalWriter.com)

Political, Work Life
Before I begin this article, let me clarify something. I am a pretty outspoken conservative. I dislike government interference into the daily lives of Americans, and, specifically, me. I believe wholeheartedly in Capitalism, and all that it has created, and the opportunities provided. I believe that if you are unhappy somewhere, you have the right to find somewhere else. Be it work, or any other aspect of life. However, I feel that the last 8 years diminished this possibility, especially with available jobs being less than lackluster, due in large part because of policies instituted in the last eight years. When there simply is no job market, then sometimes there does become a necessity for checks and balances. Thus, I begin. (more…)
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Why Write? | The Recreational Writer (RecreationalWriter.com)

Why Write? | The Recreational Writer (RecreationalWriter.com)

Writings
I have taken a lot of time going back and forth on this whole blog idea thing. After all, why should I have a blog? Am I interesting enough for people to actually care? Probably not. Perhaps that is what everyone thinks when they are in the process of deciding if they should create a blog, or website, or YouTube channel. We are but one person in a world of billions. What would I say (if writing) or do (if YouTube) that any of those billions of people with their own lives, own time and own everyday goings on and time constraints. (more…)
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