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(Fatherly)   If you've got an extra $30,000 laying around, you could invest it, donate it to charity. Or you join the exclusive club at Disney World, and find the secret door   (fatherly.com) divider line
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2021-12-14 12:42:33 AM  
I have a sneaking suspicion there is no sex involved, so why bother?
 
2021-12-14 12:50:25 AM  
So no bdsm scenes with Daisy Duck?
 
2021-12-14 12:58:39 AM  

Lambskincoat: I have a sneaking suspicion there is no sex involved, so why bother?


You might get ducked.
/damned autocorrect.
 
2021-12-14 2:13:55 AM  
If you have the money to afford that, then you have many more, and far better places to spend your money than a f*ing disney park.
 
2021-12-14 2:58:33 AM  
Walt Disney Attacks | Robot Chicken | Adult Swim
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2021-12-14 7:41:38 AM  
Rich people gotta buy dumb shiat
 
2021-12-14 8:28:50 AM  
My father was invited to the Disneyland club once by an executive of a company he worked at at the time, decades ago. He stole a wine glass with the club logo on it, and still has it.
 
2021-12-14 8:29:52 AM  
G. Tarrant:

Same with all the guests of members.
 
2021-12-14 8:31:00 AM  

Aar1012: Rich people gotta buy dumb shiat


So do poor people.  It's just that the dumb shiat rich people buy costs more.
 
2021-12-14 8:40:48 AM  

bloobeary: If you have the money to afford that, then you have many more, and far better places to spend your money than a f*ing disney park.


Even as a person who enjoys the Disney Parks, I can't really disagree with this. Though, if you're a Tom Hanks (mention in the article) or someone similar I guess $30,000 isn't that big a deal to part with
 
2021-12-14 8:50:31 AM  
Modern Drunkard did an article about this back in 2003

https://drunkard.com/11-03-club-33-3/
 
2021-12-14 8:53:22 AM  
I had a friend whose law firm had a membership. Club 33 is amazing, as long as someone else is picking up the tab.
 
2021-12-14 8:53:27 AM  
This is old internet news and it was covered by none other than Boyd Rice.

https://drunkard.com/11-03-club-33-3/
 
2021-12-14 8:53:50 AM  

Bukharin: Modern Drunkard did an article about this back in 2003

https://drunkard.com/11-03-club-33-3/


*shakes tiny fist*
 
2021-12-14 8:55:26 AM  

Gonzo317: Aar1012: Rich people gotta buy dumb shiat

So do poor people.  It's just that the dumb shiat rich people buy costs more.


No.  Poor people pay.  Rich people get dumb shiat stuff comped.

Life is unfair isn't it?
 
2021-12-14 9:01:34 AM  
$30,000???

Wow, for that kind of money you could spend 2 nights in their new Star Wars themed hotel.
 
2021-12-14 9:16:36 AM  

SirEattonHogg: Gonzo317: Aar1012: Rich people gotta buy dumb shiat

So do poor people.  It's just that the dumb shiat rich people buy costs more.

No.  Poor people pay.  Rich people get dumb shiat stuff comped.

Life is unfair isn't it?


Name recognition is better than a high end credit card, considering you rarely pay anything back on name recognition.

Read a few interesting articles about how the children (or further down relatives) of wealthy people maintain the lifestyle years after blowing through all of grandpa's money. Using your family name to start a line of credit (that's a tab for you poors) you never intend to actually pay, is quite common. Borrowing in sums of 25, 50k from still wealthy friends is also common, also with the intention of not paying. No one likes a shiat talker, so no one calls you out on this behavior and you die poor, surrounded by million dollar furnishings and with the best medical care available.

The Aristocrats.
 
2021-12-14 9:19:45 AM  

G. Tarrant: My father was invited to the Disneyland club once by an executive of a company he worked at at the time, decades ago. He stole a wine glass with the club logo on it, and still has it.


These are like a country club that costs 30k a year. Sure a round of golf at a state park is only 8 dollars.....but the point is to do deals and impress clients. It's full of 'movie industry type' and people wanting to meet or be seen by Disney execs.
 
2021-12-14 9:22:53 AM  
Very old news.
 
2021-12-14 10:03:17 AM  
Anyone who has burns the $ for this is the reason the word "manchild" was created.
 
2021-12-14 10:14:11 AM  
$30K? That's merely 1/2 of what many people would spend on a Jeep to rip the fenders and roof off of, add a lift and tires, push bumpers all around, light bars, a snorkel exhaust for fording rivers going to work, those lego looking jerry cans, and a thin blue line/molon labe/cold dead hands sticker and a bright red large jack painted red strapped to the hood (which they paid full price for instead of going to Pull-Apart and taking from the trunk of an old 70s tank car)
 
2021-12-14 10:37:38 AM  

optikeye: G. Tarrant: My father was invited to the Disneyland club once by an executive of a company he worked at at the time, decades ago. He stole a wine glass with the club logo on it, and still has it.

These are like a country club that costs 30k a year. Sure a round of golf at a state park is only 8 dollars.....but the point is to do deals and impress clients. It's full of 'movie industry type' and people wanting to meet or be seen by Disney execs.


Wonder if there's any type of monthly dues at this place.

CSB - worked at a country club as a youngin'.  A *junior* membership was $20k, and for that you had to be "sponsored" by a full member paying upwards of $70k.  As if that wasn't enough, both memberships required spending an additional $1,000/month at the golf shop and restaurants.

Job paid above minimum wage, but barely.
 
2021-12-14 10:58:02 AM  

EyeballKid: Anyone who has burns the $ for this is the reason the word "manchild" was created.


What about skyboxes for baseball and football games? Do you get bubble gum with those, or even a hat and cards?

Like Skyboxes...Club33 are mostly corporate pushing out money.

Tho you do get superfans with money to burn. Heck, my brother used to keep up my Dad's Auburn Season tickets....50 yard line, about midway up. He'd go to the game until he realized he could sell them for 500-600 each for some games. Heck, even Broadway touring company tickets are stupid expensive -- 500 for touring company of Dear Evan Hanson on prime weekend nights. And if you think Disney food and Drink are expensive...baseball and football games sell 7 dollar hot dogs and 12 dollar beer.

Now....tell me what you LIKE and spend money on....it's MAGIC CARDS isn't it?
 
2021-12-14 11:22:46 AM  

optikeye: EyeballKid: Anyone who has burns the $ for this is the reason the word "manchild" was created.

What about skyboxes for baseball and football games? Do you get bubble gum with those, or even a hat and cards?

Like Skyboxes...Club33 are mostly corporate pushing out money.

Tho you do get superfans with money to burn. Heck, my brother used to keep up my Dad's Auburn Season tickets....50 yard line, about midway up. He'd go to the game until he realized he could sell them for 500-600 each for some games. Heck, even Broadway touring company tickets are stupid expensive -- 500 for touring company of Dear Evan Hanson on prime weekend nights. And if you think Disney food and Drink are expensive...baseball and football games sell 7 dollar hot dogs and 12 dollar beer.

Now....tell me what you LIKE and spend money on....it's MAGIC CARDS isn't it?


EXACTLY.

https://www.suiteexperiencegroup.com/all-suites/nfl/minnesota-vikings/

A suite for *ONE* 3 hour football game in Minnesota can run you between 15-25k.

It's all about what "man child" shiat floats your boat.
 
2021-12-14 11:41:38 AM  
If I lived in LA, was in a business that involved entertaining of clients from out of town (or even from in town), yeah, I'd definitely consider a membership at this club.

Supposedly the food is good and many people would enjoy going there.  And sounds more fun and interesting than the usual meeting at the country club.
 
2021-12-14 11:41:50 AM  
I assume they'd have something like this. Do you really think rich people/celebrities are going to take their kids and wait in line with the regular people?
 
2021-12-14 11:57:25 AM  
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Secret door?
 
2021-12-14 12:00:24 PM  

SirEattonHogg: Supposedly the food is good and many people would enjoy going there.  And sounds more fun and interesting than the usual meeting at the country club.


LA Story....Ordering Coffee.

LA Story Coffee
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2021-12-14 12:51:59 PM  
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2021-12-14 2:32:41 PM  
optikeye:

Drugs, when you're forced into early retirement at 40 and really don't want to start over the answer is drugs.
 
2021-12-14 4:29:06 PM  

G. Tarrant: My father was invited to the Disneyland club once by an executive of a company he worked at at the time, decades ago. He stole a wine glass with the club logo on it, and still has it.


My friend's godfather is a Cast member with membership and we got to go for an after wedding lunch at Disneyland. Very cool interior (this is before they remodeled) with lots of things Walt had

They had a gift store display of 33 stuff. I bought a pocket watch and something else. Bonus was paying by credit card they gave you the 33 pen when you signed.
 
2021-12-14 4:50:45 PM  

optikeye: SirEattonHogg: Supposedly the food is good and many people would enjoy going there.  And sounds more fun and interesting than the usual meeting at the country club.

LA Story....Ordering Coffee.

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Good movie.
 
2021-12-14 7:24:14 PM  
A lot of Farkers are sure overly co corned with how other people spend their money.
 
2021-12-14 7:25:18 PM  

Craw Fu: A lot of Farkers are sure overly co corned with how other people spend their money.


*concerned
Damn you outocorrect. I wouldn't wish co corning on my worst enemy.
 
2021-12-14 10:01:18 PM  
Selling star farking at that pricetag is stupid. Club access for your preferred airline is much cheaper.

By the way, you know who I can't farking stand? Jane Seymour.
 
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