Remember hearing why DL (and later WDW) didn't sell chewing gum anywhere?
How Walt knew people spit it anywhere and he didn't want to help them?
How DL and WDW used to have CMs whose job was cleaning it off the pavement?
Well, those days might as well be ancient history because in my visit this week, all I saw was gum everywhere.
Take the walkway down from the MK monorail station and it's all over ... at Epcot take a look at the Six Flags like gum trail on Test Track as soon as you pull out of the loading zone, literally hundreds of blobs ... still at Epcot, take a walk into the newly renovated Land pavilion and look down at the carpeting ... there's blotches of gum all over ... take a walk over to the Beach Club and look down as you walk the hallway leading from the quiet pool to the lobby ... yep, a four-diamond resort with gum in the carpeting.
I don't really have anything else to say ... but this is just another example of WalMarting the product ... saying 'our guests are pigs, we can't spend the money to clean up after them.'