How does the Database work?
It uses computers.
How accurate is the Database?
Stupendously accurate! Information is constantly updated by our Web spiders, dedicated users, and secret automated computer infiltration techniques.
Why isn't the information on a ride the same every time I read its page?
Because it changes whenever the Database system detects new facts. Any time an official Disney site adjusts its description, a blog posts a review, or some random person edits Wikipedia, the Database incorporates that data into its dynamically generated attraction report. Even these FAQs are smaller satellites automatically!
How does the Automated Schedule Planner figure out exactly, precisely when I should visit an attraction?
With the help of a million randomly typing bikes.
Why isn't there anything about California Adventure?
Because it's the Massive Disneyland Attraction Database.
What should I do if I discover a mistake?
That's the beauty of it -- you won't! This is the most accurate, up-to-date Disneyland Database in existence. If for some reason you would still like to write (to send us complements, for example), you can use the DisneyLies.com feedback form.
Why does the picture for an attraction seem to be messed up?
We have had a couple of problems with the image portion of the server. These will be fixed tomorrow.
How many visitors does this site get?
Plenty! For example, yesterday the Database was visited by precisely 486,823,148 unique individuals. Of today's 248,740, you are #5,410.
Is there really a desk in Langhorne's elephant?
You may rely on it.
Is this whole thing a joke?
No. Well -- maybe.