Why, no clue, kind of shocked me to be honest. Evidently the J.C. is getting FastPasses for the Holiday season only, similar to Small World and Haunted Mansion. The current location specified will be near the ticket office at the front of the Boathouse. I'd always joked about this previously, even printed out my own tickets as a gag!... looks like they are serious. They are also considering using a similar color combination, but the font would obviously be different.
This is the one I used to use as a gag while on Jungle. It is essentially the WDW pass with a different font. Evidently they liked the design and colors (made the mistake of leaving a couple behind) and are now in the planning stages of using it. This is not the fake Sub Fastpass thread. As of right now Jungle Disneyland does not have a Fastpass system. I am actually somewhat curious how they plan on merging the lines. I know Indy used to do their's up the exit prior to the Fire Marshall deeming it a fire hazard. This should be interesting.
I posted the following at the end of the thread but felt individuals opening it up would benefit from this information as well. I apologize I was unable to write this in full earlier due to time constraints at work.
There is a further explanation and diagram on page 3. Again my apologies for posting this among all the "gag threads" had I realized the date I would have waited a couple days for the "gags" to subside.Here is where it gets interesting. The Boathouse Queue technically does not split until it reaches the top of the stairs. While in theory it could work, in reality it would be an absolute nightmare. The other complication is pure logistics. The only place to put the machines would be behind the planter currently in sitting just to the right of the entrance if you are standing in front of the J.C. Boathouse looking at it. This would also require the modification of the planter to allow a larger pathway near Tropical Imports. It is my understanding that it would likely be 3 machines, entering on the right of the planter and exiting on the left, only to be utilized as a seasonal Fastpass system. The Fastpass "drop" and controller could easily be tied into the existing Tropical Imports network feed which is part of what made this attractive to the Management team. Personally I think it is unnecessary and will only lead to confusion, chaos, and a longer line. The justification is the lack of queue space because Indy currently utilizes portions of the upper queue during peak hours of peak seasons.