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Old 11-10-2013, 08:40 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by Magpie View Post
I completely understand the OP's reasoning. If planning the vacation is too stressful, then don't go. It's a vacation, not an obligation!

What I'm confused about is what purpose a "I'm taking my ball and going home," thread has on a board about Theme Park Attractions and Strategies. I could see it belonging in Theme Parks Community, as it's always nice to connect with your friends online and let them know what's current in your life.

But a strategy board?

I'm imagining someone wandering over here thinking, "Oh, a theme park touring strategy board. How lovely. They'll help me plan my vacation!"

Only to be greeted with, "This is why I'm NEVER GOING TO WDW AGAIN!"

The newest "strategy" on these boards? "Don't go!"

It as the OP said, her strategy is to wait until things are more predictable. It is a strategy many are considering. It is also something that others might consider because they read the post.

Things could be shockingly different for some travelers over spring break if they aren't keeping up with the changes. People are planning summer trips right now. What if we find out in a few weeks that a one headliner tier system is imposed in all parks for the peak summer months. That could be a deal breaker for a lot of people.
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