Firstly, I compared nothing to Disney in that post and nor do I make it a point of mine to any time. I just grew up a Disney fan and started to go to Universal later in life. I know they are two different products, but in the end I still think most of my points I make are valid (and most aren't relating back to disney). Most comments are my distaste for USF becoming so screen heavy. I don't think that's an opinion that is over the top.Not hostile, you just have the bad habit of correcting people's opinions even if the correction has nothing to do with the subject, or just try to compare every opinion to something Disney, that's all. I worked for the mouse and the woodpecker for a long time and still go to every single theme park in Orlando and Tampa at least once a month, so I do know these rides inside out. The only thing I will agree with you is that Doom doesn't drop..... because it actually pulls you down.
Secondly, you and I seem to have a lot in common. I've worked for the all three theme park companies. I worked in Magic Kingdom, HHN actor and Events Ops, and HOS actor and Adventure Island Park Ops. I've been around, I know these companies and how they operate like the back of my hand. Similar to you as well, I also go back all the time. I have a TM AP to Sea World Parks (I don't work there anymore, it's from a family member), Premiere AP at Uni and FL Resident no-blackouts AP to Disney. I live right up the street too, so I end up at these places a lot.
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