Just saw on the news that Disneyland officials have reopened the Roger Rabbit ride at Disneyland. Apparantly they installed new safety precautions on the ride to avoid unfortunate accidents like what occured 9 months ago which shut it down in the first place. I would also like to add, that even though a ride may appear safe, if you do have a child and want to take them on a ride you should take into serious considerations about the warnings they post. I've been on the Roger Rabbit ride and it's a great ride, but if you spin it fast enough I can see how it could throw a 4 year old boy. It isn't like most of the Fantasyland rides, but even with those rides I could see something happening to a small child if someone doesn't take precautions. It is a moving vehicle after all and they are quite heavy. I used to work at Universal Studios at the E.T. ride, and you wouldn't believe how irresponsible some parents can be. (I am in no way saying that what happened at the Roger Rabbit ride was the parents fault) You wouldn't believe how many parents tried to bring their children who were under the age requirement onto the ride. One lady went so far as to hide her infant in a blanket and placed the child in-between her lap and the lap bar. I was working at the exit at the time and one of the leads noticed it first. I know the vast majority of parents are very responsible with their kids, but I cannot stress enough how important it is to evaluate how safe a ride is for your child. When it comes to your child there really is no such thing as a safety free environment.