- Feb 17, 2018
That is pretty much what they started out saying, that the "child" could not go to WDW without having instant, repeated access to whatever ride they wanted throughout the whole day. Can we all imagine if anyone that qualifies for DAS was allowed to do that with how busy it is now. You would have hundreds, if not thousands of people just going on any ride, over and over again with no wait while the rest of the schmucks, who did not ask for a DAS, are waiting in 3+ hour lines.If the "plaintiffs" were honest they would just say they only want FOTL access and the ability to just loop a ride over and over, neither of which are anywhere close to "reasonable",and nothing short of that will do.
This is a good first step.