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2018-10-06 03:10:16 PM  
He just want someone to pay for the wedding. On the other hand, now she knows what kind of man who wants to marry her
 
2018-10-06 03:13:03 PM  
I give it year before she drops his sorry ass
 
2018-10-06 03:18:23 PM  
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MAKE WAY FOR THE MOUSE'S GUARD!
 
2018-10-06 03:20:31 PM  
Suing Disney? Good luck with that, pal.  Not only will you be a publicly recognized asshole, you'll be a broke-ass publicly recognized asshole.
 
2018-10-06 03:46:52 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Suing Disney? Good luck with that, pal.  Not only will you be a publicly recognized asshole, you'll be a broke-ass publicly recognized asshole.


No kidding. Disney's army of lawyers is normally scrounging for people to sue. I bet they were giddy when this lawsuit came in!
 
2018-10-06 06:19:07 PM  
Meanwhile in disney's legal department

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2018-10-06 06:36:02 PM  
Hi, I live right by Disney and people sue Disney endless, (and I've been a season passholder for over 20 yrs)..  He's trying to shake $ from the Disney Money Tree.

The almost  all suits get tossed.  Only a few get payouts, including the family of a young man, (Disney cast member), who was driving empty Monorail and scarified himself to prevent a full monorail from hitting another, (he realized that the track switch mech, failed and two Monorails would have collided, @ full speed).

My guess is that the child that was killed by an alligator @ Disney got a large settlement, (about 2 yrs ago), they didn't sue Disney, however me wife & I assume that Disney did payout.

In the case of the person in this article, the guest was asked  to move, which is not under dispute, so to my mind, he's at fault.  (BTW, I'm not an attorney and if he had moved as asked to none of this would have happened).

2 weeks ago, we had a gender revile for our soon to be third grandchild, (she's a girl), Disney made sure to arrange for perfect photos etc.  He should have worked with them and try to arrange things ahead of time.   Disney couldn't have been kinder or cooperative with us if they tried. (The gender revile was done by our Disney planner, (who knew weeks before any of us did that it's a girl).
 
2018-10-06 06:39:46 PM  
growinthings:

A gender revile?

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2018-10-06 07:05:13 PM  
Cast Member, Subby, Cast Member.

/ sometimes I really miss that job
// ODV late 80s-early 90s
 
2018-10-06 07:09:18 PM  
I guess we're supposed to hate on the big corporation but he should have just moved.
Suit will get tossed.
 
2018-10-06 07:14:50 PM  

T Baggins: Benevolent Misanthrope: Suing Disney? Good luck with that, pal.  Not only will you be a publicly recognized asshole, you'll be a broke-ass publicly recognized asshole.

No kidding. Disney's army of lawyers is normally scrounging for people to sue. I bet they were giddy when this lawsuit came in!


"OMGOMGOMG! Something non-evil to work on!"
 
2018-10-06 07:20:37 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Suing Disney? Good luck with that, pal.  Not only will you be a publicly recognized asshole, you'll be a broke-ass publicly recognized asshole.


I'm also thinking the other REALLY obvious thing: Does this dipshiat not realize there are probably multiple camera angles of the incident in the Disney Archives? Or is he pants-on-head [stupid] enough to think that there aren't cameras all the fark over the entire Disney property?
 
2018-10-06 07:20:38 PM  

growinthings: Hi, I live right by Disney and people sue Disney endless, (and I've been a season passholder for over 20 yrs)..  He's trying to shake $ from the Disney Money Tree.

The almost  all suits get tossed.  Only a few get payouts, including the family of a young man, (Disney cast member), who was driving empty Monorail and scarified himself to prevent a full monorail from hitting another, (he realized that the track switch mech, failed and two Monorails would have collided, @ full speed).

My guess is that the child that was killed by an alligator @ Disney got a large settlement, (about 2 yrs ago), they didn't sue Disney, however me wife & I assume that Disney did payout.

In the case of the person in this article, the guest was asked  to move, which is not under dispute, so to my mind, he's at fault.  (BTW, I'm not an attorney and if he had moved as asked to none of this would have happened).

2 weeks ago, we had a gender revile for our soon to be third grandchild, (she's a girl), Disney made sure to arrange for perfect photos etc.  He should have worked with them and try to arrange things ahead of time.   Disney couldn't have been kinder or cooperative with us if they tried. (The gender revile was done by our Disney planner, (who knew weeks before any of us did that it's a girl).


Yeah.

Don't show up at a restaurant with a birthday cake, unless you have asked first.

Any place of business will offer service to accommodate, just don't assume that you can act like royalty in someone else's kingdom.

Mouse outside should have told him
 
2018-10-06 07:22:55 PM  
The guy already pleaded no contest to the criminal charges. Does he somehow not think that the evidence against him could be presented in a civil suit?
 
2018-10-06 07:23:01 PM  
Or, you know, just don't be an asshole.
 
2018-10-06 07:24:32 PM  
Gee, somehow, when I proposed to my wife in front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle in Disneyland, in front of my family, I managed to do it when THERE WASN'T A PARADE. Because Disney lists these time in advance and I can read a clock.

Best Disney proposal I've seen was a guy proposing in the Cinderella's Castle restaurant while the first fireworks show for the evening was happening; that restaurant has huge windows that let you see the fireworks launched from Fantasyland.
 
2018-10-06 07:26:12 PM  
The Mouse has ways of settling things out of court.....

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2018-10-06 07:28:39 PM  
As a former security officer for the Mouse, I am prepared 100% to believe the cast member without even additional evidence.

Once the parade has stepped off, it absolutely can't be stopped for anything other than a dire emergency. I lost two shoplifters because they ran when we had to wait for a parade break--couldn't stop it and couldn't chase them, oh well.

And douchebags like this guy will not listen and they WILL scream at cast members, because they deserve to have the world stop for them, and screw the 10,000 other parade viewers.
 
2018-10-06 07:29:09 PM  
A 57 year old proposing at Disney?
 
2018-10-06 07:36:40 PM  

doglover: Meanwhile in disney's legal department

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I think that particular picture is from the copyright department.
 
2018-10-06 07:40:22 PM  

cyberspacedout: The guy already pleaded no contest to the criminal charges. Does he somehow not think that the evidence against him could be presented in a civil suit?


This is very obviously not a smart man.
 
2018-10-06 07:46:20 PM  
LOL... grabbing at someone is assault, even if you don't make contact. It you make contact it battery.

As usual the only winners will be the lawyers.
 
2018-10-06 07:49:25 PM  

TheYeti: A 57 year old proposing at Disney?


I wonder how old the bride is.
 
2018-10-06 07:53:19 PM  

growinthings: Hi, I live right by Disney and people sue Disney endless, (and I've been a season passholder for over 20 yrs)..  He's trying to shake $ from the Disney Money Tree.

The almost  all suits get tossed.  Only a few get payouts, including the family of a young man, (Disney cast member), who was driving empty Monorail and scarified himself to prevent a full monorail from hitting another, (he realized that the track switch mech, failed and two Monorails would have collided, @ full speed).

My guess is that the child that was killed by an alligator @ Disney got a large settlement, (about 2 yrs ago), they didn't sue Disney, however me wife & I assume that Disney did payout.

In the case of the person in this article, the guest was asked  to move, which is not under dispute, so to my mind, he's at fault.  (BTW, I'm not an attorney and if he had moved as asked to none of this would have happened).

2 weeks ago, we had a gender revile for our soon to be third grandchild, (she's a girl), Disney made sure to arrange for perfect photos etc.  He should have worked with them and try to arrange things ahead of time.   Disney couldn't have been kinder or cooperative with us if they tried. (The gender revile was done by our Disney planner, (who knew weeks before any of us did that it's a girl).


Is that how you always write/speak? Damn.
 
2018-10-06 07:56:27 PM  

Gyrfalcon: .

Once the parade has stepped off, it absolutely can't be stopped for anything other than a dire emergency.


Heh. I may have unwittingly been part of a team that caused a substantial delay in the first, prime, electrical parade. I caught substantial hell and had no idea it even happened. Or, rather, hypothetically.
 
2018-10-06 08:04:04 PM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: Suing Disney? Good luck with that, pal.  Not only will you be a publicly recognized asshole, you'll be a broke-ass publicly recognized asshole.


This one won't even need a real lawyer..... the guy already pleaded guilty.

Rubin, a visitor from Suffolk County in New York, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct and was fined $100 plus court costs

So he's suing because..... reasons?
 
2018-10-06 08:10:05 PM  

growinthings: 2 weeks ago, we had a gender revile for our soon to be third grandchild, (she's a girl), Disney made sure to arrange for perfect photos etc.  He should have worked with them and try to arrange things ahead of time.   Disney couldn't have been kinder or cooperative with us if they tried. (The gender revile was done by our Disney planner, (who knew weeks before any of us did that it's a girl).


Were you intending to use the word reveal?  Revile is a little harsh for a fetus.
 
2018-10-06 08:11:39 PM  
The 24-year-old told authorities that when she asked Rubin to move 3 feet back for the parade route, Rubin screamed in her face and grabbed her.

According to the lawsuit, Rubin said that when the Disney employee asked him to move, he asked for a "brief delay" for the rest of his group to return from the concession stand.


They couldn't find him if he moved a few feet off of the spot?

I'd think his beloved might have dodged a bullet that night since he got arrested. If not, she'd better buy body armor.
 
2018-10-06 08:33:11 PM  

T Baggins: Benevolent Misanthrope: Suing Disney? Good luck with that, pal.  Not only will you be a publicly recognized asshole, you'll be a broke-ass publicly recognized asshole.

No kidding. Disney's army of lawyers is normally scrounging for people to sue. I bet they were giddy when this lawsuit came in!


I'm pretty sure they just settled the alligator one from a year or two ago even though there were clear signs everywhere not to swim because alligators.  This one they'll probably just toss to an army of junior lawyers to destroy/drag out until they the guy is too broke to continue.
 
2018-10-06 08:44:01 PM  
Proposing at Disney World doesn't seem to me like the most romantic thing. Might as well make a wedding proposal in the middle of a Home Depot. And what, against all odds, that this guy's marriage doesn't last? Now Disney is linked to his failed marriage.
 
2018-10-06 08:46:25 PM  
Because suing Disney, who has more money than God and more lawyers than the heavenly host has angels, is always a good idea.

Then again, they might just settle out of court for $15,000 because they have more money than God, and it's less than chump change for them.
 
2018-10-06 08:54:26 PM  

skinink: Proposing at Disney World doesn't seem to me like the most romantic thing. Might as well make a wedding proposal in the middle of a Home Depot. And what, against all odds, that this guy's marriage doesn't last? Now Disney is linked to his failed marriage.


Check out "Escape from Tomorrow"
 
2018-10-06 08:55:15 PM  
This suit will get tossed faster than Bill Cosby's salad in prison.
 
2018-10-06 08:59:19 PM  

The Lurker at Your Threshold: Because suing Disney, who has more money than God and more lawyers than the heavenly host has angels, is always a good idea.

Then again, they might just settle out of court for $15,000 because they have more money than God, and it's less than chump change for them.


The problem is that Disney has what's called "F*ck Me" money.

"F+ck You" money is when you have enough money to obliterate your opponents no matter what. They come at you with something, you come at them with twice as much as they brought and win every fight.

"F*ck Me" money is when you screw yourself over just to make them hurt because you can afford it. When you have "F*ck Me" money, you can spend $1,000,000 in legal fees over a $1,500 court case just because it pisses off the other guys. And you read about how your case is going on your custom built iPhone high atop your two story gold plated toilet
 
2018-10-06 09:01:14 PM  
"The 24-year-old told authorities that when she asked Rubin to move 3 feet back for the parade route, Rubin screamed in her face and grabbed her."

...thus demonstrating to everyone around him that he was marriage material.
 
2018-10-06 09:07:37 PM  

sunderland56: This one won't even need a real lawyer..... the guy already pleaded guilty.


Technically, pleading No Contest is not the same as pleading Guilty.  It is not an admission of guilt.
 
2018-10-06 09:08:14 PM  

cyberspacedout: The guy already pleaded no contest to the criminal charges. Does he somehow not think that the evidence against him could be presented in a civil suit?


In some states, "no contest" pleas are not admissible in civil suits. I am not a lawyer, going on what my company's lawyer told me after a deposition in which my employer was being sued.
 
2018-10-06 09:12:56 PM  

doglover: The Lurker at Your Threshold: Because suing Disney, who has more money than God and more lawyers than the heavenly host has angels, is always a good idea.

Then again, they might just settle out of court for $15,000 because they have more money than God, and it's less than chump change for them.

The problem is that Disney has what's called "F*ck Me" money.

"F+ck You" money is when you have enough money to obliterate your opponents no matter what. They come at you with something, you come at them with twice as much as they brought and win every fight.

"F*ck Me" money is when you screw yourself over just to make them hurt because you can afford it. When you have "F*ck Me" money, you can spend $1,000,000 in legal fees over a $1,500 court case just because it pisses off the other guys. And you read about how your case is going on your custom built iPhone high atop your two story gold plated toilet


It's a matter of forward thinking. You pay this guy, you set precedent for paying more guys like him in future. But if you squash him in court, the next guy like him might think twice before taunting the Mouse with a stupid lawsuit. Disney's best move is to unload on this idiot and countersue for all their legal costs.
 
2018-10-06 09:19:40 PM  

TheYeti: A 57 year old proposing at Disney?


Doesn't appear to be his first marriage. I wonder what on earth might have gone wrong during his previous one(s)...
 
2018-10-06 09:23:02 PM  

skinink: Proposing at Disney World doesn't seem to me like the most romantic thing. Might as well make a wedding proposal in the middle of a Home Depot. And what, against all odds, that this guy's marriage doesn't last? Now Disney is linked to his failed marriage.


How 'bout at Universal Studios on the tram when Jaws pops out of the water?
 
2018-10-06 09:23:39 PM  

EdgeRunner: Disney's best move


That's the thing about "F*ck Me" money. You don't even have to consider the "best" move. Disney executives could do whatever they want and use as much money as they want to make this go away. It doesn't matter.

Hell, they could probably have him pantsed in public 1,423 separate times by 1,423 different people and pay for all of their court costs and make a profitable show about it. Next on the Disney Channel: The Pants Patrol. We pull down a single man's pants 1,423 times. You better watch it!.

They probably won't do that particular thing, but they could and it wouldn't even show up on anything but as a line item on their smallest budget.
 
2018-10-06 09:24:11 PM  
Surprised Disney didn't offer the guy a job as Minnie Mouse. Sounds like he's farking Goofy.
 
2018-10-06 09:27:19 PM  

Rik01: The 24-year-old told authorities that when she asked Rubin to move 3 feet back for the parade route, Rubin screamed in her face and grabbed her.

According to the lawsuit, Rubin said that when the Disney employee asked him to move, he asked for a "brief delay" for the rest of his group to return from the concession stand.

They couldn't find him if he moved a few feet off of the spot?

I'd think his beloved might have dodged a bullet that night since he got arrested. If not, she'd better buy body armor.


I'm pretty sure that the people with spots already staked would object to this boor hi-jacking them.  He would have literally had to go to the back of the bus.  It's safe to say it would be tough to find him in that crowd unless he's 8 feet tall.
 
2018-10-06 09:28:53 PM  

skinink: Proposing at Disney World doesn't seem to me like the most romantic thing. Might as well make a wedding proposal in the middle of a Home Depot. And what, against all odds, that this guy's marriage doesn't last? Now Disney is linked to his failed marriage.


The guy is 57. Seriously, wtf?
 
2018-10-06 09:30:11 PM  
I've been to Disney multiple times, and always enjoy the parade arguments. Disney puts down tape to mark the areas where you can stand and watch. Outside those areas you better keep your ass moving. Invariably, there are people who lose their shiat when told to keep moving. Watching that is more fun than the parade.
 
2018-10-06 09:30:56 PM  

doglover: The Lurker at Your Threshold: Because suing Disney, who has more money than God and more lawyers than the heavenly host has angels, is always a good idea.

Then again, they might just settle out of court for $15,000 because they have more money than God, and it's less than chump change for them.

The problem is that Disney has what's called "F*ck Me" money.

"F+ck You" money is when you have enough money to obliterate your opponents no matter what. They come at you with something, you come at them with twice as much as they brought and win every fight.

"F*ck Me" money is when you screw yourself over just to make them hurt because you can afford it. When you have "F*ck Me" money, you can spend $1,000,000 in legal fees over a $1,500 court case just because it pisses off the other guys. And you read about how your case is going on your custom built iPhone high atop your two story gold plated toilet


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2018-10-06 09:31:12 PM  

Surool: How 'bout at Universal Studios on the tram when Jaws pops out of the water?


They'd have to go to Hollywood, there is no Jaws ride in Orlando anymore, it's Harry Potter.
 
2018-10-06 09:34:27 PM  

Mugato: Surool: How 'bout at Universal Studios on the tram when Jaws pops out of the water?

They'd have to go to Hollywood, there is no Jaws ride in Orlando anymore, it's Harry Potter.


Huh? Florida is LOADED with Jews!

/oh
//never mind
 
2018-10-06 09:44:41 PM  
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2018-10-06 09:47:47 PM  

MBooda: Mugato: Surool: How 'bout at Universal Studios on the tram when Jaws pops out of the water?

They'd have to go to Hollywood, there is no Jaws ride in Orlando anymore, it's Harry Potter.

Huh? Florida is LOADED with Jews!

/oh
//never mind


And most of us are lawyers. And the doctors who treat you when Disney Security is done with you? Us too. Don't make us angry. You wouldn't like us when we're angry.
 
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