Problem solved: Everybody entering Disneyland must be naked. This eliminates the need for security checks, insures that even if a terrorist gets in, he won't have his bomb with him... and will probably go a long way to solving the overcrowding problem.
"Yesterday, a man walked up to me and said, 'Isn't it a shame that Walt Disney couldn't be here to see this?' and I said, "He did see this, that's why it's here."
-Art Linkletter July 17, 2005-
That's the thing though. Short of making people enter naked, there's really nothing you can do to prevent a problem if someone really wants to cause trouble. So all this bag check bull is really just a time-waster, a crowd-pacifier, making you "feel" safe even though it hasn't really made you any safer than you were before. I hate wasted time and money on measures like that.
I, for one, choose not to worry about the terrorists or let fear of them control my life. I heavily resent every change in my lifestyle that has resulted from their actions - changes I can't help like bag checks or extra hassle at the airports, not being able to accompany people to the gate, etc.
As Ben Franklin put it, anyone willing to give up personal liberties for security deserves neither and will lose both.
Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...
In this day and age, this type of joke is not funny.
Sorry about that, that was the BIGGEST TYPO EVER. What I ment was that if Someone blows it up, that someone who blew it up will be hurt (implying that whoevers resposible for that would be hurt by ME, the Official Disneyland Military)
For what it's worth (and this may often happen) they weren't letting anyone park in the Mickey & Friends garage at opening this morning. Everyone got sent out to the parking lot. Disabled parking and all. When I left the resort shortly after 11am, they were allowing parking in the garage.