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An Unanswered Letter to Disney Publishing Worldwide

Christopher L. Jorgensen
P.O. Box 546
Ames, IA 50010

June 9, 2008

Licensing Proposal – Publishing
Disney Publishing Worldwide
Attn: Business Development
114 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10011

Dear Disney,

This isn’t really a proposal, more like a suggestion for a product lots of people would like to see. I know I am giving up all rights to make any kind of claim on the idea by sending it to you, but that’s OK, I’d just like to see this one get done!

The other day I accidently searched on google (a popular search engine) for the following terms:

Nude Tinkerbell: 257,000
Erotic Tinkerbell: 222,000

The numbers are how many results each search returned! As you can see, there is quite the demand for this little nymph to be a little bad. Nothing tasteless mind you, but maybe a deck of nude playing cards with Tinkerbell in vintage poses, an erotic calendar, or even a well done magazine (with a centerfold of course).

The demand is out there! You might as well tap into this market. The results of the above two searches account for about 15% of all Tinkerbell hits! And people are doing this with or without your permission, so that’s revenue you’re just not getting. This seems stupid to me (and honestly, the quality of images out there just isn’t up to the Disney standards).

Anyway, something to consider.


Christopher L. Jorgensen


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