If Beth Had A Baby She Could Do Shit Like This

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  1. BethSucks

    BethSucks Well-Known Member Staff Member

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    "How the 1% Do Disneyland"

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/wealthy-parents-found-despicable-way-171456334.html

    A handful of rich Manhattan mothers are hiring disabled people to pose as family members so their children can jump to the front of the lines at Disney World, The New York Post reports today. The paper points its finger at Dream Tours, a company that helps organize vacations for people with special needs.
    The company — and clients who are willing to pay — allegedly take advantage of a Disney rule that allows guests who need a wheelchair or motorized scooter to bring up to six guests to a “more convenient entrance,†the Post's Tara Palmeri reports.
    The company reportedly provides a disabled "escort," who accompanies the family around the park and to the front of the line at busy rides.
    According to The Post:
    “You can’t go to Disney without a tour concierge,’’ [one mom] sniffed. “This is how the 1 percent does Disney."
    The woman said she hired a Dream Tours guide to escort her, her husband and their 1-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter through the park in a motorized scooter with a “handicapped†sign on it. The group was sent straight to an auxiliary entrance at the front of each attraction.
    The "black-market" guides run $130 for an hour, and $1,040 for an eight-hour day, The Post reports.
    Disney did not return The Post's requests for comment. You can read the full story at The Post.
     
  2. Rob0729

    Rob0729 Well-Known Member

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    How dare you sir!

    Do you really think Beth would do such a thing so her team of nannies don't have to wait in line at Disney with her child while she and Katie Lee go to some art gala? Beth is too good of a person to do such of thing. She believes her domestic help must wait in line like everyone else.
     
  3. LaserT

    LaserT You have to have fun. Gold

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    Those people are the biggest scumbags.
     
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    This is absolute bullshit.

    There is no need to hire "disabled" people to pose as family members to cut the line at Disney - because if you are willing to spend the money, Disney will give you a guide who will bring you to the front of the line. It costs $1,000 a day. And Disney treats you like royalty for the day.

    I have a friend who did this (extravagant - I know), she has late stage cancer and wanted to take her 5 year old son to Disney but she was not strong/ healthy enough to spend the day on line. Her husband, as a gift, paid to have an official Disney guide take them around.
     
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    [robin] i was just about to say that [robin/]

    i thought i had remembered booey and hein saying they had done this...and doing it that way has to be cheaper than getting yourself a rent-a-rararetard
     
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    LaserT You have to have fun. Gold

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    If you do it just because you think you're better than everyone, richer than everyone else and don't think you should have to be like the rest, well than that's low life and you're.....Beth Ostrosky. :hehe:
     
  7. Quite Frankly

    Quite Frankly Well-Known Member

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    If she had a child it would be a mongoloid anyway, so she'd never have to stoop this low.
     
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    :cheer:
     
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    Beth would NEVER use a... oh, uh... never mind! :facepalm:
     
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    "Snow Angel...........NOW!" - Howard Stern
     
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    Maybe she can still pull this off with all her obese animal children.
     
  12. SouthernListen

    SouthernListen I don't follow the crowd. Sorry about that. VIP

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    This was written with a currently fashionable anti-wealthy slant, but this has actually been going on for decades with people of all economic classes. Their only cost is to rent a wheelchair and put tubby in it. There are threads on Travel forums about the abuse of this system. At least the rich people are paying for an actual disabled person (presumedly), which makes it technically correct. One could even say they're taking a disabled person to a disney park who could otherwise never afford it (plus they earn an income). Disney can't get into figuring out who's really friends and who's a hired hand. People go to Guest Services and just say "Momma has fainting spells" or whatever, they give them a card, shove them in a chair, and then the whole family skips lines.