To paraphrase Fitzgerald: "The rich are smarter than you and me."
And to paraphrase me: "ROTFL!"
It is just somebody trying to gig the system and doing a bad job of it, and I do not mean the tour guide, who probably does need her motorized wheelchair at times, and who should not be prevented from doing her job as a tour guide just because she is physically challenged.
No, who is doing a bad job of gigging the system are those who use the tour guide and think they are getting away with something, when any theme park expert knows the quickest way to get on to a ride or attraction is to get a fast pass, which are free for anybody who wants one. And if not already, then shortly, you can reserve a time for getting on a ride or attraction before you leave home.
The article is also full of b.s., including the 2 and a half hour wait for "It's a Small World." People who have rode the ride say the wait has never been that long.
No, what I can't figure out is why this so called news article was even published.
What I do know is to check the source of any news article, and this one comes from the "New York Post," one of the newspapers owned by the News Corporation, a Rupert Murdoch company, and we know that any news from a Rupert Murdoch company is always 100% accurate.
And, if you believe that, I have some swampland near Lake Buena Vista, Florida I want to sell you.