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And your article was great Sharon!! I actually first read it in TBT - Tampa Bay Times! If I had a penny for everytime I was jealous while reading that article...
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One writer complained that Universal is discriminating against people with the Kuka robot arm seating constraints. I hardly consider disallowing obese people from riding to be discriminatory, but he continued to write that the ride is inaccessible to guests that have heart or back problems, as well as those who are wheelchair-bound. Come on, really? Doesn't every thrill ride do that? He lost his credibility with me when he complained that the cobblestone queue made his feet sore. Who is this guy, Harry's cousin Dudley?
Can't wait to go!
First on regards to large riders, are we talking just over all mass or is height an issue too. Because I am trim, but I am also 6'4". I would hate to miss out on something because of height.
Second, there seemed to be a trend in the articles commenting on how small the area actually is. Of course this comes to no suprise for devotees of this site or of parks and themeparks altogether. But I am wondering what is going to happen when people unknowingly travel to it without the full understanding that it is only but one "island" in the Islands of Adventure? Because you know that this is exactly what is going to happen.
Also, what about when all the crowds huddle around this one small area? Mass chaos? Lost children? Butterbeer spilled on the feet of dudes wearing open toed Tevas? I am just so curious of what to expect!
I do know one thing, if this means shorter line for Spiderman....then I can't wait for my visit in mid-September!
Your assumptions reveal your ignorance and bias.
Funny how supposedly my assumptions are called into question, and then it is assumed that I am a person who governs his opinions through ignorance and bias. Pot calling the kettle black much?