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  1. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by David R Clouser View Post
    Disney World is private property, just as your home or non-regulated business are, and can ban gum chewing as part of the agreement to enter the property, if they so desire. The CC laws detail which Public properties, or alcohol serving establishments if stipulated, are not permitted to allow CC. They can single out establishments that serve alcohol because it's sale is regulated by state and federal statutes.

    My state is now considering CCW's inside of alcohol serving establishments, as long as the permit holder does not consume alcohol. It could get very interesting in Ohio, soon.
    I recently read an old entry on a police forum (Officer.com) that Disney World does have a policy against carrying weapons in the park. Supposedly, the Orange County Sheriff's Office does have a copy of the DW policy and, from some of the posts, even off-duty LEOs are unable to carry there. If anyone is curious enough, contact the Sheriff's Office to solve the problem for yourself .

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  3. #92
    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    The problem was that the participants the first couple of years were extremely rude, obnoxious and in some cases downright obscene, even in front of small children at the parks. A massive number of complaints were lodged with Disney, and comments such as the ones seen here were the inevitable backlash of such behavior. Had they simply gone and enjoyed the amenities of the parks like everyone else you likely would have seen very few comments about it. Unfortunately that was not the case. As happens far too often, it only took a few bad apples to ruin it for the whole bunch, and the reputation has followed the event ever since.
    I belong to 2 Disney forums because I am a rather large fan of Disney, The DIS Discussion Forums - DISboards.com - Powered by vBulletin and Disney World - The Largest Unofficial On-Line Guide to Disney World, Walt Disney World. Questions about gay days come up on a daily basis by people just curious about what the parks are like those days. The only problems people complain about on those sites about gay days are the long lines for the attractions. Apparently the parks are overwhelmingly crowded on gay days. I have never heard people complain about the problems you have listed. Unless it was like that the first year and they were warned, as far as I can tell it is nothing like that at all. Just a lot of people in red shirts.

  4. #93
    Quote Originally Posted by Turkules77 View Post
    Just a lot of people in red shirts.
    No Pinkpistols T-shirts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David R Clouser View Post
    My state is now considering CCW's inside of alcohol serving establishments, as long as the permit holder does not consume alcohol. It could get very interesting in Ohio, soon.
    In what way? Most CCW states don't have such restrictions. None of the states bordering Ohio have them. What makes you think Ohio will get "interesting" all of a sudden if that restriction is lifted? It never ceases to amaze me how even gun owners can fall prey to the anti-gun propaganda.
    Posterity: you will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it.--- John Quincy Adams
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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkules77 View Post
    I belong to 2 Disney forums because I am a rather large fan of Disney, The DIS Discussion Forums - DISboards.com - Powered by vBulletin and Disney World - The Largest Unofficial On-Line Guide to Disney World, Walt Disney World. Questions about gay days come up on a daily basis by people just curious about what the parks are like those days. The only problems people complain about on those sites about gay days are the long lines for the attractions. Apparently the parks are overwhelmingly crowded on gay days. I have never heard people complain about the problems you have listed. Unless it was like that the first year and they were warned, as far as I can tell it is nothing like that at all. Just a lot of people in red shirts.
    As I understand it, such incidents were limited to the first year or two. But you know how it only takes one incident to spread news, and then even a billion good incidents to follow will seemingly never overcome it. The bad incidents always seem to resurface in the rumor mills and internet email chains.

    My wife and I own three timeshare condos that border Disney World property, so we're big fans too. We have been for 30 years.
    Posterity: you will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it.--- John Quincy Adams
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    What would Walt say?

  8. #97

    Sorry, My Bad

    Quote Originally Posted by Rhino View Post
    In what way? Most CCW states don't have such restrictions. None of the states bordering Ohio have them. What makes you think Ohio will get "interesting" all of a sudden if that restriction is lifted? It never ceases to amaze me how even gun owners can fall prey to the anti-gun propaganda.

    I guess I had the inner cities of my area of Ohio in mind, Youngstown/Warren, when I wrote that, and was considering the impact this proposed addendum to the CCW law would have on the many assaults and beating deaths that have been happening in the bars of these cities over the last two years. I'm probably wrong, of course, but am hoping that allowing concealed firearms will deter these kinds of events that have increased in number since the economy tanked. It has gotten so bad in Youngstown, for instance, that the mayor made an agreement with the Ohio State Patrol to assist the YPD in patroling the city at night.

    Regardless of what you believe of me, I think for myself and have been around long enough not to "fall prey" to propaganda in politics, let alone that which affects my personal security.

  9. #98
    Quote Originally Posted by sgtbill View Post
    What would Walt say?
    And they were bringing members of the Pinkpistols to his themepark that he might let them ride the various rides at his themepark, and the staff rebuked them. But when Walt Disney saw it, he was indignant and said to them, "Let the Pinkpistol members come to my themepark and let ride all the various rides and also eat at the restaurants; do not hinder them, for to such belongs at Disneyworld. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not enjoy Disneyworld like these Pinkpistol members shall not become a member of the gunclub of Mickey Mouse;" And he took them in his arms and blessed them, and gave them a twenty percent off coupon for their next purchase at Cabelas and a free ticket to ride the monorail.

  10. #99
    I was a manager at Walt Disney World for 4 years until I got downsized last November.

    Gay Days are one of the days with the fewest problems all year. We have manyh more problems on Grad Nights and the worst is on Night of Joy (which is a Christian celebration held each year). The stories I could tell would make you look at Disney in a new light.

    Weapons of any kind are prohibited on Disney property. This includes the parks, the hotels and resorts, and on all the Disney owned areas. If you carry into the park and are discovered, you will receive a visit from OCSO, you will be escorted from the park, and if you raise a fuss, you will be barred from all Disney property for at least 1 year. No charges will be filed against you unless you refuse to leave. That is because state law does not recognize gun buster signage. If you refuse to leave, you will be trespassed.

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    Well disney can "prohibit" firearms in the parks, at least make you leave, however the way I understand it, a hotel room gives you the same rights as if you were in your home. Caselaw

    A hotel or motel room is considered a private dwelling if the occupant is there legally, has paid or arranged to pay, and has not been asked to leave.  Wassmer v. State, 565 So.2d 856, 857 (Fla. 2d DCA 1990).

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