Or so HE claims!
This NIMROD was in line in front of us with his wife and two kids.
As we approached the entry turnstile, his wife and kids entered. As he handed the CM his ticket, the CM politely asked him to scan his finger in the machine. When the guy realized that it was fingerprint technology, he quickly refused. He told the CM that he didn't want to have his "fingerprints taken". The CM politely explained to this idiot that they weren't "taking" his fingerprints, just scanning ONE finger to use for entry ID purposes, to avoid possible misuse of the ticketing/entry system.
Of course, while this was going on, the line wasn't moving. This idiot was holding everyone up.
Then the NIMROD comes up with the idea to tell the CM that it was "against his religion" to have his prints taken! And he then started accusing the CM of "violating" his religious rights, and the "rights" of his wife and children since they had already been "printed"! He said that if he knew that USH was going to "fingerprint" his family, that he would never had gone there.
I wish that was the case!
Well, I couldn't help myself. I told the guy to relax and to go along with the program, and enjoy the Park with his wife and kids. He just looked at me and continued to argue. He kept playing the "religious card". I then asked him what religion he was. He never replied. I believe that the CM called for a supervisor at that point.
We could hardly keep from laughing!
It was obvious that he was concerned about his print being sent to the INS. Or maybe even the FBI!
We were all told to move to the other entry gate and gladly did so.
The last that we saw of that idiot, he was still pleading his case and accusing the CM of violating his families' religious rights.
Maybe I'm missing something here?
At least it got our day at USH off to an entertaining start...