Here, I thought we were commending Six Flags for going 48 hours without some nimrod getting hit by a coaster.
Why it is my home park does not suprise me. I was at Fright Fest Last year and they threw out a family for smoking in line. There is Zero tolerance at SFGA and they take it seriously. It actually suprises me that is was a guy from the Northshore which I assume is pretty well educated since the Gurnee park brings in real "winners" from the area. Lets put it this way, I have no idea where these people are from, but they make the average tourist look like Einstein. It baffles me whenever I go to SFGA.
Still thats pretty extreme with the name calling, but then again SFGA for being a pretty good park is full of dumb people
PS: Didn't know you were from Evanston! I have relatives there. I miss Chicago (although not the cost of living there)!
Line cutters are line cutters and they come in all different types. Some are teens, some are adults, some are white, some are black, some are successful, and some are not. Stick to the facts. It's a line jumper, and the story wouldn't be any different had he come from a project in Chicago.
As an individual who has worked very hard to be successful I can assure you that not all, as you implied, "rich" folks cut in front of others in line.
I like many other successful Americans know how to wait in line and I know how to be respectful of others. I have a strong sense of right versus wrong and if anything I am often the one willing to call attention to those who do not want to follow the rules.
If I were poor I would be just as offended at your comments since you're also inferring that line jumping is to be expected from those who come from lesser means.
Finally, the manner in which you use the word "rich" is also offensive since you seem to imply that there is something wrong with being successful and reaping the rewards of hard work - wealth. So I must ask. Since when has it become a crime in the United States to achieve the American dream? - Eric Gieszl