Okay, I'm posting this because I'm genuinely curious but I also don't want this to become some "lets talk trash about Disney" tread. I've been defending Disney's decisions for months and almost years now about raising prices and cutting costs. I get it, they're a company and they need to make money, after all this is a capitalistic country. However, I've read multiple articles of how Disney used to be. The parks weren't nearly as crowded, WDW wasn't filled with part time college student employees, and they didn't price out alot of people who used to be able to afford Disney. Now they fill the parks to the brim, trying to make the most amount of money possible. I've been saying that Disney isn't greedy because they are a business and they need to make money but I'm just getting a feeling that its more about the shareholders now than the guest experience (of course it is but I'd like to think not). I mean, they invested billions into these park expansions across the world and who am I to know how to run a multi billion dollar company with multiple theme parks. Just wanted to hear y'alls thoughts about this. Please be civilized, but oh well I'm sure someone won't be.