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How the Rich take on Disneyland

18 Jun 2013I recently read an article: ' target='_blank'>' target='_blank'>' target='_blank'>http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/disney_world_srich_kid_outrage_zTBA0xrvZRkIVc1zItXGDP' target='_blank'>http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/disney_world_srich_kid_outrage_zTBA0xrvZRkIVc1zItXGDP TARGET=new>' target='_blank'>' target='_blank'>' target='_blank'>http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/disney_world_srich_kid_outrage_zTBA0xrvZRkIVc1zItXGDP' target='_blank'>http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/disney_world_srich_kid_outrage_zTBA0xrvZRkIVc1zItXGDP where rich mums are hiring disabled tour guides so they don’t have to wait in the long cues for the rides. When there is someone in a wheelchair at Disneyland you don’t have to cue up.

My thoughts on this are that it is hilarious!!! Why? Well, obviously these ‘rich’ people have no scruples and will do anything to get a free ride. What would have been funny is if the ‘disabled’ tour guides could not go on the rides the ‘rich’ wanted to go on due to health reasons.

I hope that the tour guides had all their drinks, food, and souvenirs included and that they were paid well by the hour. It’s a tough gig having to hang out with the ‘rich’!




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