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NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

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  • News NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

    I think Disney might have a problem... people like this ruin it for the real handicap guests who are just there for a good time and need assistance.


    Rich moms shamelessly hire disabled tour guides so their kids can cut long lines.
    Wealthy Manhattan moms hire handicapped tour guides to bypass lines at Disney World - NYPOST.com

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    re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

    First I would like to commend those wheel chair bound individuals who found a way to make lemonade from life's lemons and potentially be able to make six figures while going to Disneyland/World every day.

    That said however, those people who would actually use this service are the lowest of human beings. To pay someone with a disability just so your little prince or princess doesn't have to wait in a long line is beyond dispicable.
    "Greetings, Starfighter! You have been recruited by the Star League to defend the Frontier against Xur and the Ko-Dan Armada."

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      re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

      This really is despicable. People who legitimately need GACs and ECVs already deal with so much judgment from people; now this?!
      Merida looks like this. Not a Barbie doll!

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        re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

        Shameful. If they claim to make so much money, they should pony up that cash and buy a VIP tour. So pathetic.
        Princess of Agrabah and Queen of Never Land

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          re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

          Originally posted by pinkertonfloyd View Post
          Rich moms shamelessly hire disabled tour guides so their kids can cut long lines.
          Wealthy Manhattan moms hire handicapped tour guides to bypass lines at Disney World - NYPOST.com
          This NYPost "article" is advance advertising for an upcoming book by Wednesday Martin, who also writes for the NYPost.

          "The service" needs a referral to ensure a consistent "Manhattan private-school" surcharge :lol:

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          • #6
            re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

            Originally posted by Malina View Post
            This really is despicable. People who legitimately need GACs and ECVs already deal with so much judgment from people; now this?!
            So this!
            “Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.”

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              re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

              Originally posted by Nonsuch View Post
              This NYPost "article" is advance advertising for an upcoming book by Wednesday Martin, who also writes for the NYPost.


              "The service" needs a referral to ensure a consistent "Manhattan private-school" surcharge :lol:
              She also writes for Huffington Post, and Psychology Today. Doesn't change the story though.

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                re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                Originally posted by Nonsuch View Post
                This NYPost "article" is advance advertising for an upcoming book by Wednesday Martin, who also writes for the NYPost.

                The service asks who referred you before they even take your call.
                "The service" needs a referral to ensure a consistent "Manhattan private-school" surcharge :lol:
                Just say: "Romney referred me."
                and you'll get a: "OK, you're in."

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                • #9
                  re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                  I saw this posted on another non-disney board... and the stories of people who have "worked the system" sure are flying.

                  Disney is stuck between a HIPPA and a ADA place...

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                  • #10
                    re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                    Most my friend know that I use a GAC when I go to Disneyland, so most of them try to invite me when they want to go to the parks (can you blame them?). I have had my ticket bought by a friend before in exchange for me going with them, but I can't believe that people are making this a job.

                    Even as a struggling actress looking for a good day job (with a lot of credit card debt), I wouldn't ever do something like this.
                    Disneyland Blog Posts: http://findingmyinnerbombshell.com/tag/disneyland/

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                    • #11
                      re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                      How about a good GAC story. I've posted before about this. Our daughter who is autistic is in control of the card. She can use it when she feels it'll be better for her or she can not use it when she wants to wait in a queue. It's about at 50-50 usage. It is a great tool for managing her autism.
                      Those few will get caught.
                      I am old. But still love Disneyland.

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                      • #12
                        re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                        I'll probably be the only person here who doesn't have a fundamental problem with this. Just because money changes hands, to me, doesn't make something immoral. If you have 2 adults consenting to make a deal that's mutually beneficial to them, great.

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                          re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                          Originally posted by loungefly97 View Post
                          I'll probably be the only person here who doesn't have a fundamental problem with this. Just because money changes hands, to me, doesn't make something immoral. If you have 2 adults consenting to make a deal that's mutually beneficial to them, great.
                          It's not about "money changing hands between 2 adults." By scamming Disney's GAC system, these people negatively affect those who legitimately need GACs.
                          "With the acquisition of Marvel and now of Lucasfilm,
                          Disney may have finally found the grail. You don't need
                          imagination or art. All you need is a brand."

                          - Neil Gabler

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                            re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                            Originally posted by Mr Wiggins View Post
                            It's not about "money changing hands between 2 adults." By scamming Disney's GAC system, these people negatively affect those who legitimately need GACs.
                            Exactly. It would be like paying a Best Buy employee to use their employee discount so that you could save a few bucks on a 70" flat screen. It is abusing a system by using it for a purpose for which it was not intended to the detriment of others.
                            "Greetings, Starfighter! You have been recruited by the Star League to defend the Frontier against Xur and the Ko-Dan Armada."

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                              re: NTPOST article: Handicap Tour guides for hire at Disney Parks to get GAC (Merged)

                              Originally posted by Mr Wiggins View Post
                              It's not about "money changing hands between 2 adults." By scamming Disney's GAC system, these people negatively affect those who legitimately need GACs.
                              What is the difference between this and a group inviting someone they know that is disabled in order to get through lines more quickly? The only difference I see is that the disabled person is being paid. My ex boss has one leg amputated above the knee and was willing to go to Disneyland whenever and talked about how great it is for those that go with him because they can avoid some lines.

                              Perhaps I read the story wrong, but these people being hired would legitimately need the GAC service if they visited under other circumstances, yes? So how are they not using the card legitimately? The only distinction I can think of is that they otherwise may not have gone to Disneyland that day and are being paid to go. I don't have a problem with that distinction.

                              If I paid for my ex boss' ticket to Disneyland for a little advantage, am I abusing the system?

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