That's why you have the option to ride, and I do not. Just like the fact that I detest peanut brittle. Fortunately, peanut brittle is prettier.Hardly, been enjoying it all week and had zero issues. Easily the most reliable transportation on Disney property
This agression seems misplaced. It is a totally valid observation that the gondolas spacing drastically decreases as they go through the turning station as do their speeds.
Thank youHere is a video where you can clearly see the spacing between card decrease as they enter the turn station.
Agreed, but did anyone dispute that the cars slow down and get closer in the turn station?This agression seems misplaced. It is a totally valid observation that the gondolas spacing drastically decreases as they go through the turning station as do their speeds.
Right, I totally get that. I think it’s the other person who’s confused.Aside from the obvious pixie dust answer (it's MAGIC!), the gondolas in this implementation aren't always on the haul rope. Various parts of the ride are on a motorized track segment. Naturally, there has to be space for incoming gondolas so if a station is full, they have to slow down the haul rope.
Yes; as a local who lives 5 miles away, I’ve ridden it dozens and dozens of times. And yes, the cars definitely slow down at that turn, and the spacing is less (though they are obviously not nearly as close as they are in the stations).
Seems that Disney only listens when a big enough audience is there to hear / see it. We don't know what happened before the TikTok video. I'm betting she pressed the red button to summon help and got the typical, "Have a magical day". Real compassion on the other side of that EMERGENCY button would certainly help. And, yes, I'm referring to other crashes where this exact response was recorded.And, I didn’t say you said that nor have I dismissed people having panic attacks. I think we are on the same page regarding the general topic.
My commentary is primarily my sarcasm-filled reaction to the actual video and the fact that picking up a phone to film oneself and posting it to social media outlets is an increasingly popular symptom of many portrayed “ailments” these days to trigger a dramatic response from others to increase interactions, which said interactions can ultimately be monetized.
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