It is terrible what the family is going through and how that innocent baby lost its life, but I completely agree with you on interpretation. It is completely different if it wasn't a beach, but even if there wasn't a beach there should be signs (like at the shades of green across the street) that there are alligators when Disney knew that there were. I wish it didn't come to a child losing his life. I really do think the child might have been spared if Disney had signage, and if a cast member saw him then they would have enforced the rule. Can't go back now sadly, I will definitely pray for the child and his family tonight, and I hope all of you will do the same.The signs say "no swimming," not "do not even touch the water with your big toe." There IS room open for interpretation. The fact is that they WERENT actually swimming. And if you thinking walking in 1-2 inches of water is swimming, please come over and "swim" in the pool in my driveway after a heavy rain.
Also, can you honestly say you've never broken a rule in your life? You've never - not once - drive even 1 mph over the speed limit? If you were to be killed in a car accident tomorrow doing 71mph in a 70mph zone, would you hope the Internet is smearing your name, "well, he DID break the rules."