By William W.
Walter Elias Disney, known as Walt Disney, should be on the one hundred dollar bill for many reasons. A lot of important people are on money, but why not someone that changed something for good? Someone who would not even think twice about making the right choice, someone who had changed animation forever, someone who has two of the world’s most popular tourist destinations named after him. Walt Disney has brought fun to the lives of so many people. That is why it would be fun to put him on the one hundred dollar bill.
Walt Disney was born December 5, 1901 in Hermosa, Chicago. He had a hard childhood and had many unlucky things happen to him in adulthood. When he first created his company, it went bankrupt. He had to sell everything. After he earned enough money, he was able to start his company over again. After that, his amazing idea, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, was stolen along with his most valued workers. He persevered, however, and eventually became the most famous name associated with animation ever.
It would be so much fun to create a one hundred dollar bill dedicated to Mr. Disney. The symbols on my ideal bill would be the bald eagle representing freedom, American flag representing the power of being united, and the illuminati, the 13-step pyramid showing strength. Lastly, I would place a picture of Mickey Mouse on the bill.
The serial number on this bill would be W5D1901. The W and the D represent Walt Disney, the number 5, the day he was born, and 1901, the year he was born.
Walt Disney should be on the $100 bill because he was an inspiration who gave advice such as, “It’s kind of fun doing the impossible,” and, “If you can dream it, you can do it.” Walt Disney has brought happiness and laughter into the lives of many and deserves a place on the one hundred dollar bill.