This week we discuss Sean’s experience at Disney On Ice and how it compares to Joe Satriani and Steve Vai (15:09). Todd’s mixes up Little Mermaid with Aquaman, how Beauty and The Beast created a zeitgeist, Olaf is the Beatles to kids, comparing Let it Go to Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing, Idina Menzel’s voice is as great Joe Satriani guitar skills, Kristen Bell is a dynamo, Gaston is a dangerous character, and did the pandemic help Disney.
We discuss buildings being named after advertisers (53:14). When the Winnipeg Jets came back to Winnipeg as an NHL team, the building they played in was called the MTS Centre. Now, years later, it is called the Canada Life Centre. We discuss the confusion of buildings being renamed over and over and whether people actually use the building’s new name. Advertising is stuck in everything, digitized on television by region, and paying bills. Should advertising be used when a customer has already paid full price for an event, a show, or a movie? Why are we bombarded by ads, and shouldn’t we be excluded if we paid full price for an event, concert or movie? Is there a danger in all of these ads and should they be regulated?