After almost 12 years of satirizing these famous attractions on a daily basis, comedy writer Jason Ginsburg finally closes the gates on @FakeThemePark
A look at the secret origins and dark secrets behind the beginning and end of @FakeThemePark.
A natural entertainer his entire life, Jason Ginsburg has built a career that spans writing, performing, and producing. Moreover, Ginsburg is a Swiss Army Knife of talent given that he can successfully work for radically different brands; some of these being National Lampoon, Home Shopping Network, Playboy, Science Channel, and more. One of his ongoing projects is @FakeThemePark, which provides a satirical look at theme parks.
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The park is fake, but the anniversary is real. @FakeThemePark is celebrating 10 years of daily Twitter jokes with a week-long celebration starting July 5.
It's pretty much the gold standard for satire (especially if you have theme park experience) and even after 10 years Jason is showing no signs of slowing down.
Well, it’s happened. The fine (fine?) folks over at our favorite parody account, @FakeThemePark, have come out with another book!
Former Egotastic staffer Jason Ginsburg got his start in the entertainment industry working for Universal Studios Hollywood. He parlayed that experience into the Twitter account @FakeThemePark, and his 10,000-plus followers have come to expect a sardonic and irreverent look at theme park culture. Jason has now compiled the best posts from his various social media accounts and added some new material to create a hilarious ebook.
We love when a Flavorwire alum makes good, so it delights us to report that former social media manager Jason Ginsburg has turned his successful @FakeThemePark Twitter account into an uproarious new book.
For years, @FakeThemePark has been skewering the theme park industry. Now, its creator, former Universal Studios tour guide Jason Ginsburg, has combined the craziest tweets and Facebook posts with all-new material, including a timeline of park history and the first-ever interview with all the Park Princesses.
Once you work in a theme park, what can you do with all of that secret insider knowledge? Jason Ginsburg created the Twitter account @FakeThemePark, and now there's a new Kindle book of his best roasts of the theme park industry.
You’d need to be living under a fiberglass rock if you’ve never heard of Fake Theme Park, the social media parody account that pokes fun at all things theme park. It’s run by comedy writer and former Universal Studios Hollywood employee, Jason Ginsburg.