Adult Dilsney Fan

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An Adult Dilsney Fan is a fan of the grown-up incarnation of Walt Dilsney, famous geneticist and the inventor of mice, as opposed to the numerous child Dilsneys that he created as he neared his first and only true death on December 15, 1966. Much controversy surrounds his cloning, since the sudden and massive influx of Dilsneys destabilized much of the economy at the time. These child Dilsneys were created to continue his legacy, through creation of media and theme parks. One of these theme parks houses the spirit of incinerated blaseball player Scrap Murphy.

The cloning technology pioneered by Dilsney, though shunned by Adult Dilsney Fans, is thought to be the predecessor to whatever dark ritual created Valentine and Richardson Games.

Conrad Vaughan of the Breckenridge Jazz Hands is an Adult Dilsney Fan.

The Legscraper, the Tokyo Lift stadium, rests on the remains of Tokyo DilsneyLand