This happens so often and I don't know why we have such difficulty applying "right side" of the road to walking.People who stop abruptly bother me more. If people could learn to pick an 'exit lane' and veer to the side of the path before stopping I would count it as a win for society. If we could settle on which-hand side of the sidewalk we walk on I might start feeling better about us as a species.
And pointless too as JTA hasn’t been nearly as crowded at rope drop since TSL opened.I saw this at Hollywood Studios last summer. We got there early and were waiting to walk over to eh Jedi signup. There was a nice lady there with a bullhorn telling everyone no running. A younger gentleman behind me picked up one kid under each arm and begin sprinting towards the sign up area. He weaved in and out of CM;s and ignored them. We walked and he was only about 8 people ahead of us plus he had a large group of angry people to deal with. I used him as an example to the 8 year old girl on whey she should not run in the parks.
It was pointless to run everyone was going to get to do it. I did observe him complain about the time they gave him which was in the afternoon and when we got to the head of the line they scheduled Maria for the 1st show. Another family back with me made a comment about don't break the rules and don't be rude. OUCHAnd pointless too as JTA hasn’t been nearly as crowded at rope drop since TSL opened.