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Purposely long lines for Pandora?

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  • Purposely long lines for Pandora?

    I was checking some of the reviews of the early ads of Pandora, and I noticed the very accurate criticism of Disney's decision to make the indoor river attraction a low capacity ride by making each boat hold FOUR people at a time (while in the 60's it was already understood that transporting large amounts of guests was necessary).

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-WmJmjp3yW7...ver%2Bride.jpg

    As this daft design could not be just some gaffe from the imagineers, I was thinking that perhaps this was a deliberate choice to artificially inflate the lines of the ride and therefore giving the illusion of popularity. Do you think my theory might be accurate? I think Disney is well aware of the lackluster reaction that Pandora has had (check this article: https://bloom.bg/2pglw8M ), and they designed this on purpose to have claims such as "290 minute wait times for Pandora's new attractions!".

    Thoughts?
    "Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever". - Walt Disney :ap:

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    Sorry double post! The boards are bugging a lot on my browser and this thread seemed to have not gone through when I posted it. Feel free to delete it
    "Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever". - Walt Disney :ap:

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