This is madness! THIS! IS! BUSINESS!!!!
Who do they think they are? An airline? A cable company? Them and their hidden fees!
Oh man tickets. I’m not old enough to have experienced the rides having tickets at Disneyland but my dad reminisces about it when we go! And they have a booklet of tickets in a display case for posterity in a building on Main Street
I have faint childhood memories of the tickets. Mainly of the stack of leftover As Bs and Cs once all the E tickets in a book were used up. (It really wasn’t the most efficient arrangement.)
I’ll just leave this here…
So that means I was ten when they finally phased them out. Sounds about right. I actually seem to recall we ended up using lots of the “A” tickets as well, because those covered most of the kiddie rides.
I don’t know if it was for dramatic effect or an art error, but Nick in the last panel without the whites of his eyes is rather creepy. :-}
(Oh, I checked other panels, it’s been done before. Still, odder in this panel for some reason! )
(TUNE: “Ticket To Ride”, The Beatles)
We’ve reached the end of the tram,
We’re only half there!
The pricing scheme is a scam,
It just isn’t fair!
You need two tickets, two rides!
You need two tickets, two ri-i-ides …
You need two tickets, two rides,
It’s twice the fare!
I’m so glad to see you back, Eddurd.
I posted this a bit late yesterday. In case anyone missed it, check out Shaenon’s interview here. Scroll down a bit to see it:
Jeffrey’s interview is planned for tomorrow.
One does not simply walk through Whimsyland . . .
Strictly speaking, it’s an aerial tramway…a tram is a streetcar.
To whom is she complaining, eyes cast upwards?
The All-Ride Happy Pass with Top Of The Line entry! Costs almost double, but totally worth it.
I like the concept of a Magi Mountain, it sounds like something from “Fun Land” – Craggy Island’s carnival.
“That’s a big heap of priests there Ted.”
And where’s the sign that says, “You must be exactly one inch taller than Nick to go on this ride”?
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