Anyone who waits in line for two hours to be amused and entertained, and AFTER paying $75 for a ticket is a brain dead moron.
I had a friend with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease). On good days she looked great even as her body was shutting down. Never assume because someone “looks healthy”, that they aren’t ill or recovering. And those two elderly women? They took turns so one could help the other, knowing they could never have visited all the exhibits at on their own, having to walk the entire way. Could they have been “cheating”? Maybe. Still,
The customer in the wheelchair seems to go into the exit, as the venue is filling up from the entrance. Univ. Studios, Ca. lets five people incl. the wheelchair do this. My wife has post Polio, and she can’t stand in line that long. OTOH, two elderly ladies, were doing this and we heard one of them say. ” Hon, now it’s your turn in the chair”. We were legit, but I had to order my son not to crack a smile as we exited back past folks who had only moved up the line, a few feet. There is no single answer to this question. Maybe you should cruise a nursing home, and invite some disabled soul to go along with you. Pay their way, and push their wheelchair. You will see so many more exhibits or whatever amusements, it’s worth it. But just remember to keep a straight face on, as you roll on past all those people standing in lines.
Speaking for spinal cord injuries only, most of us have a limited sitting time. Imagine if you had to stand all day from the time you stood up till you went to bed. Finally, “going first” is not always fun, airlines require you board first, leave last. imagine how fun that was on a trans-Pacific flight, an hour extra!
U R kidding me,right? What kind of a life do u have when u have to worry about people in wheelchairs going in without waiting in the 2 hour line.I guarantee any one of the so called “line skippers” would gladly wait their 2 hours if they could give up the wheelchair and didnt need it anymore.Get a life.
There may be “wheelchair only” spots in the venue but very few wheelchairs, so why not let the wheelchairs fill these spots? Since able people like you can’t occupy them, the wheelchairs are not getting ahead of you. BTW, these wheelchair spots are not necessarily good viewing spots.