I agree WDW is included. I have no problem with that FACT. The problem is the premise of this thread was that the author errored by stating inaccurate FACTS. Yet, there are not inaccurate facts or inaccurate statements.
FACT: He stated you could by a pass at Six Flags. He even gave an example. This is very true.
FACT: He said there are similiar programs at other amusement parks, from Universal Studios to Walt Disney World.
This is true also. Universal has a program were you can pay to get in the front of the line and Disney has a Fast Pass sytem. Even though you do not pay for FP, if you get to the park late, or if it is a day with Extra Magic Hours and the hotel guests arrive early, (those that can afford to stay at the resort hotels) FP's for some attractions can be gone in hours.
He never gives facts about the WDW system. He just says parks have similair programs, meaning similiar paid programs or similiar front of the line programs? That is up to the readers interpetation. I chose it to read as their are other front of the line programs at other amusements parks and then it is up to the reader to investigate these further.
I think anyone who has taken English and passed could understand that meaning. Even if you want to interpet it as the author implied you could buy your way in, no where does the author state that as a fact. So no where is the author providing inaccurate, false or misleading information. Only those that say he has, are inaccurate.
I will eat my words though when I see someone post the facts he listed about WDW.