Calif couple trying to visit Disneyland every day
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Too fun! You know, really, it isn't all that impossible to do if you have to pass by the parks on the way home from work. I used to go at least two evenings a week when I lived closer to DL, just for about an hour each time, to decompress after a stressful day at work. DLR is literally right off the freeway...nothing like how WDW is set up. That's a huge commitment, though, 366 days in a row! Fun, though!
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We live about 45 minutes away from DLR, so we go at least twice a month and never get tired of it. I sometimes think it'd be fun to go every day.
However, we have interests and responsibilities outside of Mickey. It's none of my business but I find it a little troubling that the man in the article is unemployed and spending his time at Disneyland. In another article he indicated that he can't afford certain things on his visits, so I'm guessing he's not independently wealthy or living off a limitless severance package. He also said that heís going to have to figure out a way to pay for a new annual pass in November in order to be able to go for the full year. I hope heís not collecting unemployment benefits and playing when he should be looking for a job. I know jobs are hard to come by in California, but itís impossible to get one if you spend all your free time at amusement parks.