[Talk-us] Disney (was Re: access=destination vs access=private)

Nathan Edgars II neroute2 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 16:55:34 BST 2011


On 9/15/2011 9:50 AM, Anthony wrote:
> The sign does not say you may use the road so long as you need it to
> get to your destination (access=destination).  That would preclude
> cast members as using it as a cut-through alternative to World Drive.
> And it would permit its use by solicitors, non-customers trying to
> avoid parking fees, and Michael Moore.  It doesn't say that you may
> use the road long as you are not uninvited (access=permissive).  That
> would allow all those same things as access=destination and more.It
> says "Walt Disney World Resort Guest, Cast, and Business Invitees
> Only".  That's access=private, or (kinda sorta) access=customers.
>
It's a proper superset of customers (Disney calls its customers guests). 
So access=customers is true but incomplete.

But that's an interesting point about cast members (AKA employees) being 
allowed to use it even when their destination is not Disney. There may 
however be something in their employment contract that prohibits them 
from doing this.



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