Happiest place on earth my snow white ass
According to his slogan Disneyland is the happiest place on Earth.
That description may fit for some specific kids and a few teenagers that go there completely boozed but for the rest of us, everything about Disneyland is a pain.
Epcot is like experiencing the different cultures of the world but without the culture part.
If you visited Magic Kingdom you probably remember Epcot as the one with all the weird educational rides that teach you nothing.
Epcot is also the only theme park with alcohol so I recommend you to leave it for the last day of vacations.
Every bathroom you enter at Epcot is packed of passed out people so they start littering the bushes and trees and dropping in the street.
At Epcot there is also the Mission Space, a highest speed attraction.
Mission Space is like a big centrifuge ride so given the alcohol element already described, it is very likely that you will end up wearing some dude’s lunch for the rest of the day.
The regular Disney costume is made of wool and polyester.
Given that the average temperature in Florida is 95°F (35°C) being all day long hugging those huge stuffed animals is something any kid would like to avoid.
Not even to mention being the guy wearing them.
All those sleeping princesses you see walking by while waiting for a ride, they aren’t waiting for a kiss, they have heat exhaustion.
The character costumes are also heavy, they cover all their bodies and they absorb the previous employee transpiration so they even smell like hell.
In general, there seems to be a weird desire by visitors to debunk the idea of Disney characters.
They are always trying to unveil the person behind the costume or catching Mickey eating at a restaurant while another Mickey is marching in a parade.
And that’s so strange because it threaten their presumably fantastic vacation.
They spend thousands of dollars to visit a magic place and when they are there the only thing they want is try to ruin that magic.
It is for the sake of your trip that they are preserving the magic.
the world must know the truth!
Monarchy. A better system than democracy
The governmental structure of a democracy has never been able to work properly on the long term.
If a system requires every citizen to vote to select the leader it would requires first to assure that every citizen knows all about politics and consequently can make an educated selection.
That’s why all democratic governments by definition will always have corruption issues and social discomfort.
Monarchies don’t have that limitation.
Monarchy is a perfect government system where the ruling class is reserved for those of the highest ethical standards as human beings, born and raised to dominate.
Monarchs are educated to be monarchs; trained to rule their kingdom, truly prepared and qualified to be succesfull.
Another great benefit of monarchies is that you can have slaves.
Slavery is of paramount importance on the construction and manufacturing industries and is also a highly profitable investment for slave’s owners.
It’s also true that some people vocation is be a slave and democracy prevents them to achieve their dreamed profession.
Monarchy instead preserves liberty far better.
The most stable nations are monarchies.
Monarchy has an interest in keeping its subordinates healthy and productive where democracy is unstable and self destructive.
Kings know they will last for lifetime so they feel the need to be magnanimous and benevolent.
Temporary governors on the contrary accumulate as much as they can during their term knowing that is coming to an end.
Changing government every five years prevents a nation from achieving anything.
Monarchs, knowing that the country is a personal possession will always act with good judgment rather than wasting resources.
In democracy by contrast, the government will grab as much as it can, without regard to the future.
In contrast to a king, a president will want to maximize not total government wealth but current income even at the risk of decreasing the national principal value.
When you grow up inside the royal family you are physically prepared to be a princess or a prince.
You spend your entire life developing elegance, getting plastic surgeries and doing treatments to reach the necessary shape to become a King or a Queen.
The British monarchy is a clear example of beauty and virtuosity and we all hope that this blonde family will soon develop into a global tendency.
Under a monarchy poor people can focus on doing their jobs instead of dreaming about reaching government positions.
That’s one of the most notorious deficiencies of democracy.
Democracy allows proletarians to have the empty hope that they can change their social level and become part of the government class.
They consequently spend valuable time, money and energy following that irrational path instead of focusing on being poor and producing benefits for the governing elite as expected.
the world must know the truth!