Ever been to Disneyworld and wondered about "Walt's Apartment" by the front gate, that creepy, untouched-since-his-death place preserved with the kind of reverence some reserve for the Pope? Now you can get a 360 degree tour online.
Okay, I'm torn here, because I want to point out the fact that Walt's "working late at the studio, honey!" apartment looks like something Belle Watling would roll around the organza with Rhett Butler in, but then, at the same time, I notice that the carpeting looks almost exactly like what is on all the common floors in my building. See what that points to? My building is decorated like an antebellum whorehouse.