Thatís right. The only way to fully appreciate Disneyland is to grow up 430 miles away, go once a year for your first 17 years, then about once a month after that. And you have to live in Utah. For everyone else, the magic of Disneyland will be lost and they wonít appreciate it as much as me.
People who live near Disneyland and go every day are always finding fault with Disneyland, they pay more attention to the chipped paint on the garbage cans than the true magic that Walt intended. Walt didnít want people to go to his park every day. He only went about once a month himself.
People who live far far away and only go once every couple of years are even worse. They donít have the intimate understanding of the park that I do. They will be overly distracted by the crowds and such that they canít get on every ride they want to. They donít even know what rides they want to ride at all.
In the end, I think Disney should try to limit, or eliminate, anyone whose Disneyland experience is slightly different from mine. The are all clogging up the walkways and elongating the lines anyway.
Of course, Iím not talking about any of YOU nice people.