Aside from the fact there are many other methods that can be used to track you that don't involve RFID and GPS (which MagicBands don't have anyways...)
The worst part being you don't see how problematic that kind of thing is.
Oh no, did the world end???? :wow: Did WDW shut down?
Oh wait, just more drama.
Actually, Doc highlighted the drama in his post above.
It may have been made facetiously, but since ineighborhood has hinted that he/she believes in this exact kind of thing...
Your dramatic post was about I-Neighborhood not the content of his post, just another opportunity to slam a member. Once again the need to continue to derail threads with drama. Problematic? Gracious. We can all see you stalk certain members just to demean them all while adding little content to the subject at hand, that post zilch just a direct hit on a member. That post was useless unless your goal is to continue to pummel members with insults. To me, that is what is genuinely problematic.
Interesting you tried to throw Doc under the bus though. Not surprising.
Doc is too even keeled and intelligent to fall for that kind of nonsense. His question was well founded and appropriate. And passing on misinformation, humorously or not, should always draw a red flag.
And considering the source, yes posting something of that nature is indeed problematic.
Now, if you're done trying to create bad blood between Doc and I...
Grow up? Ouchy. :cry: :giggle:
Doc behaves like a man, he doesn't go around insulting members. His posts are interesting and he doesn't take pot shots at members. Doc as a mature adult questioned the content of a post as I stated, which is legitimate.
You on the other hand just posted yet another dig to a member who already posted prior to your insult that he was trying to be humorous but you couldn't pass up the opportunity to slam a member now could you? Again have dragged Doc in to justify your insults. Interesting.
Hmmm...who does that remind me of...
I will try to explain this to you one last time, and then I'm done with this part of the conversation.
Posting that kind of misinformation, even if it was meant to be humorous, is problematic in and of itself. Things like that can be taken the wrong way.
That is not a personal dig. It is a fact.
And yet you kept posting on the thread and to me on the thread and elsewhere, as I assumed it was hot air and it wasn't likely to be your last post on the board or to me. So much for being a man of your word. Just more insults and blah blah blah.
Sorry to disagree.Quote:
Originally Posted by HG
It is a fact that passing on misinformation of that nature can be taken the wrong way. Please see post #46 and close the case.
And lest you try to continue to create bad blood where none exists, let me explicitly state that I whole-heartedly support everything stated in that post.
And now your are being disillusion about trying to create bad blood between you and Doc. Nice spin, Doc's comments sound not mean and were about a post and were fine. I had nothing to do with you throwing Doc under the bus for your comments about I-Neighboorhoods post after he said he was kidding. You and you alone said "Actually, Doc highlighted the drama in his post above." trying to shift blame for taking I-Neighborhood to task for humor. Guilty conscious, trying to shift blame yet again. I addressed it, didn't start it.
But I do enjoy the way you try to manipulate "close the case," giggle. You're acting like this is Celebrity Apprentice and you're Donald with the final verdict, very dictatorial I'd say.
While you boys have been haggling, I've been at Star Wars Weekends. :)
FYI, the only in park kiosks I found so far are for cast members.
As for i-n's post, it's one thing to make it obvious you are joking.
It's another post to post like was done, which seems like it was defending and earlier position of yours, without any outward indication that the post was in jest. The "drinking the kool-aid" seemed more in reference that you were joking about taking Disney at its word, but not about the post.