PAL Posted June 4, 2011 Share Posted June 4, 2011 A week after surly malcontents booed the unfortunate crew staffing Cheetah Hunt on opening day, it happened again. The Happiest Place on Earth was anything but for 200 Star Tours fans who'd camped out overnight. Those first in line say park managers promised them a seat at the opening presentation - a press event. Denied. When a posse of park executives strolled by, the boos reportedly broke out. Life in a America, land of the fat and sassy, is far too rich and sweet. We the privileged enjoy the luxury to rain disapproval on those who provide our recreation. That's an abuse of free speech. Boo when you're in the bread line and the cupboard is bare - yes. Even boo the umps - it's tradition, an expected occupational hazard. Boo at the theme park? Someone's obnoxious sense of entitlement is showing. Don't like the service? Complain politely, and then take your business elsewhere if you're not satisfied with the resolution. Theme and amusement parks are not a right nor a necessity, although they sure make life fun and exciting. That's their purpose. If you feel the need to vent your spleen, you're doing it wrong. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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