When does a a theme park need thrill rides? Does an amusement park need theming? When does a ride become dangerous? What % of the public is a safe % of the public to put at risk on thrill rides?
I am sick of hearing of deaths on thrill rides. When people have a reasonable assumption that they do not have undiagnosed preexisting medical problems, I feel the onus must be on Disney to offer rides that seem thrilling but infact have limitations of speed and G-Force.
Is it due to compitition amongst other thrill/amusment parks?
I am sick over this.
And please do not confuse the Big Thunder Mountain accident with these recent deaths by stroke, heart failure or other undiagnosed problems. That was a tragedy but its cause was elsewhere.