Don't you know that offering more options slow the process down? That is a basic of psychological behaviors. Example: try standing behind a person in fast food restaurant, and see how long it takes for them to ponder the choices and come to a decision... while you wait.You have to make a decision because you have more options than before. Since when is having more options a bad thing?
I am not affluent and I would not pay for Fastpass. But, if you want to cut in front of me or have access to a benefit that puts you in a better position than most (especially after FPs are gone), then you need to pay cash for it. Besides... as I have said before.. IF YOU CAN AFFORD TO GO TO WDW, YOU MOST DEFINITELY CAN AFFORD TO THROW A FEW MORE PENNIES FOR FASTPASS. Universal has proven that quite well and are reaping the monetary benefits. Disney people are just idiots, because they invented the system and Universal did them one better. It's a business after all and no one at Disney cares if you enjoy yourself or not. It's a comapny going after your money, pure and simple...reason why the freebie FP won't last for ever and that I am willing to bet on. If you beleive it will, you are fooling yourself.Answer: it might be a bad thing if only the more affluent guests have access to it...
That won't change my opinion about your opinion. I still disagree and I still believe you do not know what you are talking about, my old chum from the laughable place.Originally Posted by danyoung
As long as Disney has fastpass in place, NO, I won't have a chance to present this evidence and prove it correctly, again. Also, let it be known, you brought the "weight" issue again.And while I have yet to see evidence that you are correct in this, TDLFAN, I will give your statement some weight and continue to look for myself and make my own judgements.
Yeah, say that to the folks that are waiting up to 3 hours (like TDLSIS did recently) in the stand by line for Toy Story mania at DHS now a days once the fastpasses are gone. However, I would not mind one bit the 3 hour wait if *everyone* was made to wait the same. The longest I waited for a ride (before fastpass came online) was 4 hours at TDL's Hunny Hunt and the reason for that is because the ride went down during my wait and that added an additional 1:45 to the wait. I also highly doubt that Indy ever had 6 hrs wait times, and while I have seen the lines at DL to be all over the place, we need to keep in mind this is a very compacted park, and what appears to be a long line, may not be horribly long but overflowing the smaller queue areas that DL seem to have.. PLus a long line is much more tolerable when it moves, which is exactly what the stand by lines do not do that well.. Indy of course was very popular when it opened as it should be, so imagine what a horrible mess it would have been to have FP on it from day 1. Also, may I ask.. if FP is so wonderful, then why the double standard with it from management? What makes Toy Story Mania at DHS so special as to have Fastpass, and Toy Story Mania at DCA open without it?? I personally would like to read management's decision for that duality. Why is FP good for one version of the ride and not the other? So those of you company spies reading and participating in this thread (you and I know who you are people!) please step up and tell us what management (especially at DLR) think of the Fastpass predicament in regards to Toy Story Mania...While I can't verify a 6 hour queue for Indy, I can tell you from personal expreience that the line not only went out to Main Street, it doubled back into Frontierland, where switchbacks took up all the free room there. My first ride I waited 2 1/2 hours in that line - simply intolerable!