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Pass that prevents non-disabled people from cutting lines introduced by Disney

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. -- Four months after controversy emerged, Walt Disney World is about to unveil a new pass system preventing able-bodied guests from cutting in front of lines.

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Papakilo - 9/24/2013 5:58 PM
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It's about time "Disney" took care of this problem. It was sickening to see Disney employees turn their back on this problem over the years. So much for letting bogas 'handicapped folks' cheat us.

whosaysnocan - 9/24/2013 6:00 AM
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Any able body person that pretends to be disabled to get a "perk" by going ahead of a line at an attraction is a person that deserves to become disabled to appreciate being "whole." As one that has genetic problems that caused me to become disabled and leave a good paying job, stories like this make me angry. If you were to see me you would not "believe" I am disabled as my problems are not evident by sight. I rarely use the handicap parking I have. I use it when my condition is exasperated & I HAVE to be out. I am not that "special or righteous," There are others that are in worse shape than me that need the parking. Shame on anyone that is gaming the system of disability when they are not truly disabled. But again people like this have no integrity, quilt or know shame to do it.
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