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(Orlando Sentinel)   Problem: You don't want to wait in line at Disney. Solution: Say your kid is autistic and get to skip the line. Problem: Disney wizened up to your ploy. Solution: Sue them   (orlandosentinel.com) divider line 25
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2014-04-09 09:52:19 AM
4 votes:

Bunny Deville: Okay, if you want your experience at Disney spoiled by my autistic kid who is going to whine and cry the entire time he is in line- he just pulled this crap when we went on vacation a couple of weeks ago, there's no way to stop him, spanking is illegal and wouldn't work anyway, and he gets LOUD and occasionally thrashes around- if that's what you WANT in line with you, then by all means, keep being snarky.

"Then why don't you just discipline him?" My god, do you think we don't? But on a $6,000 vacation, I'm not going to shut him up in the hotel room the entire time because he can't handle the over-stimulation and freaks out while having to wait in a long, loud line.

"Why not keep him home?" Sure, let me just tell my 7 year old that he can't go on vacation with the rest of the family. or, better yet, tell his sister that we can't go because of her brother. I'm sure that'll work out well.

I used the disability pass a year and a half ago when we went to Disney. Without it, for all of the money we spent, we couldn't have done more than two rides a day, if that. We had to take two breaks a day for the kids to go back to the hotel and decompress. My son flipped right the fark out on the Haunted Mansion ride and we ended up being done with the park for that day. Oh my god. All of you assholes. All of you self-righteous internet assholes who think you farking know everything. YOU take this kid to Disney and see how farking well you fare. You have NO idea what my family goes through. You have NO need to be assholes to us. But you will. There will be three replies to this post telling me that my kid isn't autistic or that there is no such thing as autism. There will be five replies telling me that I'm a horrible parent. There will be 24 replies telling me how I should parent my autistic son. I will reply to none of them, because I've stopped engaging in discussion with assholes. I won't even be back here. I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about ...

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2014-04-09 09:44:40 AM
3 votes:
Okay, if you want your experience at Disney spoiled by my autistic kid who is going to whine and cry the entire time he is in line- he just pulled this crap when we went on vacation a couple of weeks ago, there's no way to stop him, spanking is illegal and wouldn't work anyway, and he gets LOUD and occasionally thrashes around- if that's what you WANT in line with you, then by all means, keep being snarky.

"Then why don't you just discipline him?" My god, do you think we don't? But on a $6,000 vacation, I'm not going to shut him up in the hotel room the entire time because he can't handle the over-stimulation and freaks out while having to wait in a long, loud line.

"Why not keep him home?" Sure, let me just tell my 7 year old that he can't go on vacation with the rest of the family. or, better yet, tell his sister that we can't go because of her brother. I'm sure that'll work out well.

I used the disability pass a year and a half ago when we went to Disney. Without it, for all of the money we spent, we couldn't have done more than two rides a day, if that. We had to take two breaks a day for the kids to go back to the hotel and decompress. My son flipped right the fark out on the Haunted Mansion ride and we ended up being done with the park for that day. Oh my god. All of you assholes. All of you self-righteous internet assholes who think you farking know everything. YOU take this kid to Disney and see how farking well you fare. You have NO idea what my family goes through. You have NO need to be assholes to us. But you will. There will be three replies to this post telling me that my kid isn't autistic or that there is no such thing as autism. There will be five replies telling me that I'm a horrible parent. There will be 24 replies telling me how I should parent my autistic son. I will reply to none of them, because I've stopped engaging in discussion with assholes. I won't even be back here. I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about what you're saying.
2014-04-09 01:56:51 PM
2 votes:
I'm in a wheelchair. I can sit in line all farking day.
2014-04-09 01:48:22 PM
2 votes:

imfallen_angel: HotWingConspiracy: /also, you completely missed the point, which was why some people with handicaps cannot wait patiently in line.

Don't put them in lines then.

Derp, isn't that the whole point of the article and this thread...


Yes, I know, they think they deserve special privileges to cut lines. Here's something to ponder - EVERY kid has difficulty standing in line.

wow... seriously, can you even tie your own shoes?

Of course, I'm not retarded.
2014-04-09 01:02:58 PM
2 votes:

imfallen_angel: Well... my daughter who is autistic can pick a couch up easily and throw up if she wanted. Just grabbing my wife's wrist, she broke it twice. and this was when my daughter was around 12 years old... she's now 21.


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2014-04-09 12:29:55 PM
2 votes:

Bunny Deville: Okay, if you want your experience at Disney spoiled by my autistic kid who is going to whine and cry the entire time he is in line- he just pulled this crap when we went on vacation a couple of weeks ago, there's no way to stop him, spanking is illegal and wouldn't work anyway, and he gets LOUD and occasionally thrashes around- if that's what you WANT in line with you, then by all means, keep being snarky.

"Then why don't you just discipline him?" My god, do you think we don't? But on a $6,000 vacation, I'm not going to shut him up in the hotel room the entire time because he can't handle the over-stimulation and freaks out while having to wait in a long, loud line.

"Why not keep him home?" Sure, let me just tell my 7 year old that he can't go on vacation with the rest of the family. or, better yet, tell his sister that we can't go because of her brother. I'm sure that'll work out well.

I used the disability pass a year and a half ago when we went to Disney. Without it, for all of the money we spent, we couldn't have done more than two rides a day, if that. We had to take two breaks a day for the kids to go back to the hotel and decompress. My son flipped right the fark out on the Haunted Mansion ride and we ended up being done with the park for that day. Oh my god. All of you assholes. All of you self-righteous internet assholes who think you farking know everything. YOU take this kid to Disney and see how farking well you fare. You have NO idea what my family goes through. You have NO need to be assholes to us. But you will. There will be three replies to this post telling me that my kid isn't autistic or that there is no such thing as autism. There will be five replies telling me that I'm a horrible parent. There will be 24 replies telling me how I should parent my autistic son. I will reply to none of them, because I've stopped engaging in discussion with assholes. I won't even be back here. I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about ...


You still may have some sand in your vag from one of the water rides.  Might want to check that.
2014-04-09 12:12:29 PM
2 votes:
Why don't you bring your autistic kid to a rave instead?
2014-04-09 11:16:43 AM
2 votes:

imfallen_angel: throw IT (not up)


arghhhhh


Thanks for fixing that-- I was thinking, super strength AND projectile vomiting at will?  Have you considered an excorcism?
2014-04-09 10:19:15 AM
2 votes:
I think it's unfair that I don't have enough money to go take my family to Disneyland for vacation. I should sue them because it makes me feel bad.
2014-04-09 09:35:43 AM
2 votes:
Wizened?  They got all shrivelled up in the bath, subby?
2014-04-09 05:11:27 PM
1 votes:

Bunny Deville: Okay, if you want your experience at Disney spoiled by my autistic kid who is going to whine and cry the entire time he is in line- he just pulled this crap when we went on vacation a couple of weeks ago, there's no way to stop him, spanking is illegal and wouldn't work anyway, and he gets LOUD and occasionally thrashes around- if that's what you WANT in line with you, then by all means, keep being snarky.


First off, you sound like a major asshole.

But on second thought, you sound even more like a major asshole.

2014-04-09 01:47:18 PM
1 votes:

imfallen_angel: HotWingConspiracy:

I would work your daughter's head like a speed bag if she attacked me. Sorry, just being honest.

So...

you are:

1) think that people with handicaps are a scam
2) would beat an handicapped person because , well.. internet tough guy.

My daughter's mental capacity is because she's handicapped, what's your excuse?

/ps... it took 2 nurses and a security guard to stop her during the "bad times" when she was 12, you wouldn't even know what would have hit you... she's that fast.
/also, you completely missed the point, which was why some people with handicaps cannot wait patiently in line.
/lastly, you'd touch my daughter, and it would be your last day.


It's, like, an ITG duel.

/cool
2014-04-09 01:31:45 PM
1 votes:

Rex Kramer - Danger Seeker: Why don't you bring your autistic kid to a rave instead?


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2014-04-09 11:35:43 AM
1 votes:

Bunny Deville: Okay, if you want your experience at Disney spoiled by my autistic kid who is going to whine and cry the entire time he is in line- he just pulled this crap when we went on vacation a couple of weeks ago, there's no way to stop him, spanking is illegal and wouldn't work anyway, and he gets LOUD and occasionally thrashes around- if that's what you WANT in line with you, then by all means, keep being snarky.

"Then why don't you just discipline him?" My god, do you think we don't? But on a $6,000 vacation, I'm not going to shut him up in the hotel room the entire time because he can't handle the over-stimulation and freaks out while having to wait in a long, loud line.

"Why not keep him home?" Sure, let me just tell my 7 year old that he can't go on vacation with the rest of the family. or, better yet, tell his sister that we can't go because of her brother. I'm sure that'll work out well.

I used the disability pass a year and a half ago when we went to Disney. Without it, for all of the money we spent, we couldn't have done more than two rides a day, if that. We had to take two breaks a day for the kids to go back to the hotel and decompress. My son flipped right the fark out on the Haunted Mansion ride and we ended up being done with the park for that day. Oh my god. All of you assholes. All of you self-righteous internet assholes who think you farking know everything. YOU take this kid to Disney and see how farking well you fare. You have NO idea what my family goes through. You have NO need to be assholes to us. But you will. There will be three replies to this post telling me that my kid isn't autistic or that there is no such thing as autism. There will be five replies telling me that I'm a horrible parent. There will be 24 replies telling me how I should parent my autistic son. I will reply to none of them, because I've stopped engaging in discussion with assholes. I won't even be back here. I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about ...


10/10

This is how it's done, boys.
2014-04-09 11:24:22 AM
1 votes:

imfallen_angel: HotWingConspiracy: Hahahha, what a scam these people have going.

Well... my daughter who is autistic can pick a couch up easily and throw up if she wanted.  Just grabbing my wife's wrist, she broke it twice.  and this was when my daughter was around 12 years old... she's now 21.

I would be amused to watch you go in fetal position if you were to have to be next to her if she was to have a freak out.

/when we do take her out, we call ahead to inform wherever we are going that we'll need certain preparation. Never had a problem.


I would work your daughter's head like a speed bag if she attacked me. Sorry, just being honest.
2014-04-09 10:50:34 AM
1 votes:

Bunny Deville: Okay, if you want your experience at Disney spoiled by my autistic kid who is going to whine and cry the entire time he is in line- he just pulled this crap when we went on vacation a couple of weeks ago, there's no way to stop him, spanking is illegal and wouldn't work anyway, and he gets LOUD and occasionally thrashes around- if that's what you WANT in line with you, then by all means, keep being snarky.

"Then why don't you just discipline him?" My god, do you think we don't? But on a $6,000 vacation, I'm not going to shut him up in the hotel room the entire time because he can't handle the over-stimulation and freaks out while having to wait in a long, loud line.

"Why not keep him home?" Sure, let me just tell my 7 year old that he can't go on vacation with the rest of the family. or, better yet, tell his sister that we can't go because of her brother. I'm sure that'll work out well.

I used the disability pass a year and a half ago when we went to Disney. Without it, for all of the money we spent, we couldn't have done more than two rides a day, if that. We had to take two breaks a day for the kids to go back to the hotel and decompress. My son flipped right the fark out on the Haunted Mansion ride and we ended up being done with the park for that day. Oh my god. All of you assholes. All of you self-righteous internet assholes who think you farking know everything. YOU take this kid to Disney and see how farking well you fare. You have NO idea what my family goes through. You have NO need to be assholes to us. But you will. There will be three replies to this post telling me that my kid isn't autistic or that there is no such thing as autism. There will be five replies telling me that I'm a horrible parent. There will be 24 replies telling me how I should parent my autistic son. I will reply to none of them, because I've stopped engaging in discussion with assholes. I won't even be back here. I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about ...



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Shut up, Ass-Burger...
2014-04-09 10:17:34 AM
1 votes:

Bunny Deville: I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about what you're saying.


Yeah it's made me even less sympathetic.
2014-04-09 10:16:16 AM
1 votes:
Bunny Deville: My child suffers from sensory overload in daily life, so I decided to take him to a resort specifically designed to overload your senses to the point it makes a life time impression.

Then I call other people assholes because they can't stand my child's anguished cries.

Good thing you don't have a kid with bone spurs, you would probably book a hiking tour of the grand canyon then complain when the other guests don't offer to carry your child.
2014-04-09 10:09:04 AM
1 votes:

Bunny Deville: I used the disability pass a year and a half ago when we went to Disney. Without it, for all of the money we spent, we couldn't have done more than two rides a day, if that. We had to take two breaks a day for the kids to go back to the hotel and decompress. My son flipped right the fark out on the Haunted Mansion ride and we ended up being done with the park for that day. Oh my god. All of you assholes. All of you self-righteous internet assholes who think you farking know everything. YOU take this kid to Disney and see how farking well you fare. You have NO idea what my family goes through. You have NO need to be assholes to us. But you will. There will be three replies to this post telling me that my kid isn't autistic or that there is no such thing as autism. There will be five replies telling me that I'm a horrible parent. There will be 24 replies telling me how I should parent my autistic son. I will reply to none of them, because I've stopped engaging in discussion with assholes. I won't even be back here. I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about ...


People abuse the system, system goes away. Sucks for you. Happens to everyone on the face of the planet. You or your kids are not special in this regard. Point your rage at the ones who abused the system and not the ones who are finally relieved that the system is being fixed with some common sense. You might want to talk to someone about your case of Tourettes as well.

Oh, during busy times able bodied people don't get many more rides than 2 at Disney on busy days so rage one with your manufactured rage.
2014-04-09 09:55:50 AM
1 votes:

Bunny Deville: I used the disability pass a year and a half ago when we went to Disney. Without it, for all of the money we spent, we couldn't have done more than two rides a day, if that. We had to take two breaks a day for the kids to go back to the hotel and decompress. My son flipped right the fark out on the Haunted Mansion ride and we ended up being done with the park for that day. Oh my god. All of you assholes. All of you self-righteous internet assholes who think you farking know everything. YOU take this kid to Disney and see how farking well you fare. You have NO idea what my family goes through. You have NO need to be assholes to us. But you will. There will be three replies to this post telling me that my kid isn't autistic or that there is no such thing as autism. There will be five replies telling me that I'm a horrible parent. There will be 24 replies telling me how I should parent my autistic son. I will reply to none of them, because I've stopped engaging in discussion with assholes. I won't even be back here. I'll just hope that this post makes one of you dickweeds think about what you're saying.


I don't give a flying fark if your kid is autistic or not. My point is your time is not more valuable than mine. If you threaten me with your child's unacceptable behavior unless you get preferential treatment,  then no...you shouldn't be vacationing at Disney. maybe a wilderness resort. Did you ever think of that, you selfish coont?
2014-04-09 09:40:43 AM
1 votes:

Bondith: Wizened?  They got all shrivelled up in the bath, subby?


+1, Bondith.
Subby needs to wisificate up.
2014-04-09 09:37:49 AM
1 votes:
www.quickmeme.com
2014-04-09 09:30:06 AM
1 votes:
Solution: The Cartman Model of Theme Park Operations.
2014-04-09 09:28:43 AM
1 votes:
Ahem....people.virginia.edu
2014-04-09 09:15:34 AM
1 votes:
 Everyone is just a little autistic nowadays.
 
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