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  • leslie_537
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    Seriously Disney has been open for 55 years. And they just now have to install doors. I am not sure when the trams started running but I am sure it has been a long time. Some people are just plain idiots and really shouldn't leave their homes.

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  • h2opolodad
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    Philosophically, I look at this and have to ask myself, at what point does Disney just say NO!!! I am sorry for what happened, but at some point people need to start taking responsibility for their own actions!ENOUGH?

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  • salasavandy
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    Originally posted by MonstersGoBoo! View Post
    This is stupid.
    no it is not stupid every nite there is someone that "falls" out of the tram and it does create safety issues.This wouldn't be necessary if guest would actually follow the rules.It may be inconvenient to some but its the result of others careless acts.

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  • MonstersGoBoo!
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    This is stupid.

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  • Dan - Tasmic!
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    Originally posted by littlecricket View Post
    I also demand free peanuts and a soft drink during my tram ride.
    Why not add an In - Tram Movie while they are at it, lol, :lol:

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  • littlecricket
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    Originally posted by Mojave View Post
    They should also provide seat belts, air bags and a roll cage.
    I also demand free peanuts and a soft drink during my tram ride.

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  • dland_lover
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    Originally posted by loveberri87 View Post
    what's a roll cage?
    Roll cage - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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  • loveberri87
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    Originally posted by Mojave View Post
    They should also provide seat belts, air bags and a roll cage.
    what's a roll cage?

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  • dland_lover
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    Seriously? Ugh... :thumbdown

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  • GummiBears_Rock
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    when i saw the title, i thought it was something about a ride, but man i didn't know that happened. but then again i'm an out-of-towner who uses hotel shuttles

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  • Baloo
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    what they really should do is stop spending money on doors that will slow the transporation process even more and start considering the original plan of having peoplemovers running form the parking garage to the esplanade.

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  • Awesome
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    Well... one more reason to park in the Pumba lot

    My favorite lot is still the Simba lot, but it's pretty much never open in the mornings anymore.

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  • LangenFox
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    Note: Never fell asleep on door less moving trams. Especially near the edge of the tram.

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  • DLFreak71
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    Interesting.
    The article says:

    “This incident was caused by the plaintiff and her sisters’ multiple failures to comply with Disneyland’s numerous and repeated safety warnings,” ..."

    and....

    "...but were living in Northern California when they visited Disneyland. Zhao is now being cared for in Beijing."


    So they were warned about such things, but didn't adhere so now Disney pays for it (doesn't seem fair)

    And you can win a lawsuit (or hold on) in the US even if you aren't living here?? That's interesting.

    The article also mentioned that this family was the only one who had problems that night.

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  • Ckelef1
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    Originally posted by Quacky4Donald View Post
    thanks

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  • xxmat2
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    sucks to have to change procedure based on one 3d individual.... oh well

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  • Quacky4Donald
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    Originally posted by Ckelef1 View Post
    cool, but a guest fell asleep and fell off the tram? when did this happen?
    Originally posted by Mojave View Post
    I also don't remember hearing this story of a guest falling asleep and falling off the tram... when did it happen?

    But as is typical in our lawsuit happy country, it's not the guest's responsibility to stay awake and safe, it's Disney's.

    They should also provide seat belts, air bags and a roll cage.
    If you go to Disney settles suit with woman who fell from tram - Around Disney : The Orange County Register it gives the rundown of the story.

    ...Joe...

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  • Ckelef1
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    Originally posted by Mojave View Post
    I also don't remember hearing this story of a guest falling asleep and falling off the tram... when did it happen?

    But as is typical in our lawsuit happy country, it's not the guest's responsibility to stay awake and safe, it's Disney's.

    They should also provide seat belts, air bags and a roll cage.
    you left out parachutes :P. in the wise words of the great peter griffin, you use a parachute when a panic box is filling with water

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  • Quacky4Donald
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    Originally posted by Mojave View Post
    I also don't remember hearing this story of a guest falling asleep and falling off the tram... when did it happen?

    But as is typical in our lawsuit happy country, it's not the guest's responsibility to stay awake and safe, it's Disney's.

    They should also provide seat belts, air bags and a roll cage.
    Ooooo...the next version of the Peoplemover, perhaps?

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  • Mojave
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    I also don't remember hearing this story of a guest falling asleep and falling off the tram... when did it happen?

    But as is typical in our lawsuit happy country, it's not the guest's responsibility to stay awake and safe, it's Disney's.

    They should also provide seat belts, air bags and a roll cage.

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