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- Jun 21, 2002
I like this because it brings up another point. Is Disney classless that is has warnings on every ride that a person has to be older than 7 years old to ride alone? I mean, shouldn't that be common sense? Would a family have a lawsuit if they let their 6 year old who looks 8 on a ride alone and they got hurt, because the CM's are not checking birth certificates on each ride?I dunno - they have to be SURE people know, though, since it's a new policy (or should I call it, a "novel policy"? I kid.)
It has to be prominently displayed or it'd be easy for people to say they didn't see a small or sign or read the web site. I realize that may not be legally required (depending on Florida law, which I certainly know very little about), but when you're talking about liability and something new, it goes a long way to making your case if an issue arose. It's only temporary, anyway.
I don't understand the people that are saying that just because Disney has a disclaimer, that it shouldn't protect them from liability. ???? Why wouldn't it? You bought the ticket with the disclaimer, you agreed to it when you purchased the ticket, you went into a park that thousands of people visit everyday and you get sick. How is that Disney's fault? Because a CM missed a spot on the table you ate at, and you touched it, then touched your face or didn't wash your hands? By the way, I suggest anyone who is planning on visiting make sure you can get your hands on some hand sanitizer before you go. Also, your own little package of clorox or lysol wipes, so you can wipe your own table down, to be sure it is clean. That is PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY.