10/18/2010 3:06pm, #31This thread never was a high quality conversation - My friend vern Gilbert on the William Acquier thread.
The fight in question having started over who owns which piece of rubble. Nicko1;2233174 On the Acquier Kim Fiasco slash thread.
10/18/2010 4:14pm, #32
You get free parking or does the mouse nail you on that, too?
One example is my friends and I were in line for Space Mountain (or at the time, Ghost Galaxy). We were engaged in conversation and didn't notice that the line had moved. Douchemaster behind us yells at us for not moving. Now, keep in mind there was still a good 30 minutes of waiting in line ahead of us, so whether we moved that 10 feet or not, the Douchenozzle and his pack of Douchites were still going to wait another 30 minutes. But we're annual passholders and he probably saved years to pay for this Disneyland trip so we didn't care.
Now, as for crowds, just be happy you weren't there SUNDAY as you would have had to deal with THIS!
Yah....that was in the morning. When I saw the lines outside the park I started feeling sorry for everyone. Oh well, it was all for a good cause.
It reminds me of the last trip we took to Legoland was Star Wars Weekend, again unbeknown to me.
10/18/2010 4:16pm, #33
10/18/2010 4:19pm, #34
When I went to EuroDisney 15+ years ago the place was a fucking ghost town, no lines at all. Granted there was only a handful of rides open.
And the place was fucking crawling with frogs. Arrogant pricks.
10/18/2010 4:45pm, #35
The funny thing is when my Uncle invited me and my family up here to come with the rest of my family in Disney World in Fl. He hired a tour guide (I never been to Disney World before, but my Uncle has 3 times) just to get us to the front of the lines.
We were able to skip 2 hour waits by going through the exit to the ride, or we ran though a separate line for having this special pass. People had death in their eyes when we ran by them, yelling, and cursing.
10/18/2010 6:19pm, #36
10/18/2010 6:33pm, #37
Plus side, a lot of the rare characters were out that day for pictures and we capitalized on that. EXTRA plus side: Jasmine was lookin VERY good that day :toothy10:
OH, and while we're on the topic, check out what our good friends at CRACKED.COM have to say about Disneyland. The cat thing is very true... the sad part is, the mice are still there. Almost caught one on Sunday.
10/18/2010 7:25pm, #38
I make a game out of navigating through the ocean of gibbering douchebags we draw down here during events. It's kind of amusing.
Either I am getting older, or people are getting much more attitudinal and apt to push the envelope in social etiquette. Cell phones in the movie theater, rude driving, cutting in line, all seems to be the norm now.
10/18/2010 7:37pm, #39
Speaking of Lego land how well would a 5 year old do their. I know its built for younger kids but do they have enough rides for that little kids can go on?
10/18/2010 7:40pm, #40