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  • What is it like working Autopia?

    I just got hired into Autopia and was wondering what it's like to work for it. Anything of concern? Thanks =)

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    Re: What is it like working Autopia?

    i've never worked there, but little kids driving cars, I'd fear for my ankles

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    • #3
      Re: What is it like working Autopia?

      IT's A BLACK HOLE!!! Once you learn it, you will never see anything but Auto ever again!! You get plenty of hours there though. You have to deal with the heat and gas fumes and little kids trying to run you over!!

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      • #4
        Re: What is it like working Autopia?

        Not true...Auto isn't a black hole. It was my second attraction and I got trained at Monorail a month later. Haven't been back there since. The positive about being hired into Auto is that after 3 months....or wait...I think they changed probation to 4 months now? idk...anyway, after your probation, you can train elsewhere and it will be less likely you will see much of Auto. Such as, if you go to space.

        Personally, I hate Auto. With a passion. Good luck! lol
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        • #5
          Re: What is it like working Autopia?

          Another good thing about learning Auto, that I heard, is that you can get trained on Space afterwards because you are used to the grouping.

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          • #6
            Re: What is it like working Autopia?

            Beware of all the little kids trying to take out your ankles.
            "Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you've imagined." -Henry David Thoreau

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            • #7
              Re: What is it like working Autopia?

              so, what? Is Autopia one of the places new hires go first?



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              • #8
                Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                Yuppers, Space Mountain is Cross - Train Only!

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                • #9
                  Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                  Autopia, Buzz, Star Tours and HISTRO are all new hire attractions...Oh...and Nemo.
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                  • #10
                    Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                    Originally posted by kriskitty22 View Post
                    Autopia, Buzz, Star Tours and HISTRO are all new hire attractions...Oh...and Nemo.
                    Yuppers, Space Mountain is the only attraction in TL that is a cross train only, oh, and monorail, too!

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                    • #11
                      Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                      Histro???
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                      • #12
                        Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                        Originally posted by WannaCub View Post
                        Histro???
                        yeah, HISTRO! It's HISTA and Astro Orbitor combined, since it is one rotation now. It used to be two separate rotations. Before that, it used to be paired with Star tours. That is an odd combination, I think because Astro is closer to Tours then it is to HISTA. But, I guess they changed it because the costumes match with HISTA. It was like if you are got 8 hours on Astro, you GET 8 hours of NOTHING but Astro!!! Which sucks!! Not as much as 12 HOURS of Astro!!! What's worse, 7 days STRAIGHT of NOTHING but 12 hours of Astro!!

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                        • #13
                          Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                          What's worse, 7 days STRAIGHT of NOTHING but 12 hours of Astro!!
                          And worse than that? 7 days straight, 12 hours Astro...in the middle of summer.

                          However, when it used to be paired with Tours, there were so many cm's that preferenced Astro because of all the drama at Tours at the time...I didn't have to do too many 12 hour shifts there. But I like Astro. As long as you're actually working with somebody that GETS OUT of Tower and helps check belts. Now NASA...ugh. Talk about a waste of time. lol
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                            Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                            Originally posted by kriskitty22 View Post
                            And worse than that? 7 days straight, 12 hours Astro...in the middle of summer.

                            However, when it used to be paired with Tours, there were so many cm's that preferenced Astro because of all the drama at Tours at the time...I didn't have to do too many 12 hour shifts there. But I like Astro. As long as you're actually working with somebody that GETS OUT of Tower and helps check belts. Now NASA...ugh. Talk about a waste of time. lol
                            I DID THAT!! I love working with Bob Haw, he was so enjoyable to be around and work with!

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                            • #15
                              Re: What is it like working Autopia?

                              Ugh... none of these sound like a lot of fun... NOCC for life.

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