Also, I'm still steamed that they allowed Ronald Reagan to wander around Disneyland a whole day before the rest of us. Way to go Disney, Walt would never have stood for it!
Really? People are upset that Disney saw and used a marketing opportunity? DCA isn't just being marketed to us poor, uncelebritied APs in Southern California who may or may not know someone that parked Mr. Bryant's car. DCA and Disneyland are being marketed all over the world, because foreign audiences, who are unlikely to know any of our turkey leg churro eating faces, will recognize Kobe Bryant in a picture. Celebrity pictures from inside a Disney park not only advertise the specific park in which they were taken, but advertise the whole idea of vacationing at any Disney park. Those potential vacation dollars are the only thing that influenced Disney to spend over a billion of them to fix DCA. You didn't think it was for your annual pass dollars, did you? Because you were going to give that money to Disney anyhow, no matter what they did to the park. Take a look at the ticky-tacky booze parties and tell me I'm wrong. (Yeah, I know, people like 'em. I'm just not one of those people.)
DCA will be open in little more than a week. I will be there, with my extravagantly priced annual pass. And you know what my extravagantly priced annual pass entitles me to? Admission and parking. That's it. I expect to have a good time.