Thursday, May 07, 2009

Am I Reading This Correctly?

I'm a news junkie and I spend a few minutes every night surfing the web for good stories.

So you can imagine my surprise when I came across this article on

"Disney parks stop scans for topless riders"

Wait, what?

Back on the podcast, we once had a discussion about the phenomenon of women (and men too) flashing their boobs for the on-ride camera on Splash Mountain. The pictures have made their way to a pretty famous site that probably isn't appropriate for this blog.

But now, Disney says that they have "reassigned employees at Disneyland and Disney's California Adventure who watched for breast-baring riders because 'actual inappropriate behaviors by guests are rare.'"

I agree that most sane people don't unleash their breasts on a family flume ride. But did Disney really have a paid staff person monitoring photos of every single log looking for evidence of boobs?

How do you put that on a resume?

Talk about this in the forums.

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