DIS' 'n' DAT

"All Disney news fitted to print"

Welcome to the DIS' 'n' DAT Home Page!

Welcome to the HTML home of the Disney newsletter that is not just famous, but it's INfamous as well. DIS' 'n' DAT is environmentally safe (100% completely biodegradable). One of these days, I will scan some pseudo official looking 'environmentally sound' stamp onto this page just to enforce the point.

Anyway, for the curious, you may display my most recent posting (a DIS' 'n' DAT "Wirenews" Article).

So, Why does a newsletter have a HOME page?

Good question. A better question is, why not?

In case you were wondering, DIS' 'n' DAT is an electronic newsletter published by Larry Gensch. It is a fictional and (hopefully) humorous account of all things related to Disney, focusing on current events. The ASCII version of this newsletter is posted monthly to the USENET newsgroup rec.arts.disney. In addition, there are a few mailing lists set up for the newsletter. More on this in another section.

No content of any issue has been modified since its original posting to rec.arts.disney except for minor formatting changes due to slight updates to the formatting macros, and machine conversion to HTML.

Some interesting notes...

At least, I thought they were interesting...

Miscellaneous stuff...

(I know, I use ellipses too much. Sue me.)

Disclaimers/et al

(Look, Ma! No ellipses!)

DIS' 'n' DAT is copyright © 1993, 1994, and 1995 by Larry Gensch, except where individual copyright is retained by the authors. All rights reserved. Anything may be reprinted in whole or in part with proper attribution to DIS' 'n' DAT.

All incidents, situations, and events depicted or described in DIS' 'n' DAT are fictional, and any similarity, without satiric intent, of characters presented therein to living persons, toons, alleged NHL teams, or Disney executives is purely coincidental. So get a life, OK?

People wishing to contribute to DIS' 'n' DAT should send email to the publication at the internet address <lar3ry@tiac.net>. Please state explicitly if you wish to retain copyright or anonymity for any material submitted.

This page was last updated Mon Jun 8 13:47:57 EDT 1998.

This page copyright © 1996-1997 by Larry Gensch. All rights reserved.

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