Plenty of people say things about Disney but they are not condemed.
Why does everyone have something against USF.
In regards to the faeces, are they sure it was? Maybe is was Chocolate? I find it hard to believe there would be faeces in a queue, especially as the most likely suspect would be a child and this ride is definately not a childs ride! If it were, then it wouldn't be the fault of USF.
In regards to the fires, things happen. Recently there have been a lot of brush fires in Florida (We are currently under a state of emergency because of this) I wouldn't be surpirsed if the fire was caused by the heat and lack of rain. Again, hardly Universal's fault.
It seems to me Universal still may have one or two things go wrong during your visit, while at Disney nothing will go wrong.
And Mike I think that's and absurd assumption that Disney will have "nothing go wrong" during your visit, they are JUST AS susceptible to mistakes/problems as Universal.
But when you've waited for two hours or more to go on a ride and there's not much else but the two minute thrill to recommend it, you'll begin to look elsewhere to spend the same dollar.By a huge margin of comparison Disney offers much more in the way of design, attention to details you haven't even caught yet, hospitality, operations, accomodations, and no matter that some of the rides have been there FOREVER they still withstand the tests of time.
It takes more than a kicked up Six Flags to compete. And PAY half the cost of a ticket not to wait in line? Don't get me started. USF should invest more time in training and guest feedback.
Disney is for Kids and their parents.
USF hits that bit in the middle, where you want a thrill and not a tired story that you've seen on TV from childhood, that got realeased on VHS, then DVD, then got digitally remastered and released just in time for Christmas/Easter/Mothers day or any other event thats sure to make a billion bucks or 2..
At least USF, when it brings out new rides and shows, doesn't rely on these tired film's the under 12's and over 50's like. USF bring the thrills to another level (Mummy) by investing in technolgy no one else has used.
Disney does invest more as it has more to invest and just recently they have brought out a lot more rides, to bring back the customers they lost due to lack of thrills...
Watch USF over the next few years, theres now more money to invest, a company who wants them to succeed by investing and asking their customers what they want. We all know there are big plans for new rides and thats one of the reasons Disney did what they did.
So sit back, relax, go to Disney if you want , but watch what happens! See you all back here in 3 years to Discuss
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