You’d hear that it sucks to work for Disney. They’re Nazis in Mickey hats. But I’d thought, “How bad could it be?” By the time I got fired, half of me was relieved. I was getting sick of constantly being barked at about what to do.I did go to Disneyland, once. As a visitor it wasn't nearly as bad as I expected, and I quite enjoyed it. Though the family refused to go on Magic Mountain. We had the sort of ticket that gets you special early morning entrance - which sounds great until you realize that a lot of things do not open early. And many people have the same type of ticket. The lineups are long - and the locals who have season tickets always bring someone in a wheelchair as part of their group so they can skip the line. And the food isn't bad, and there are no outrageous rip-offs as there are at every other fair or amusement park. And a lot of Disneyland is about transportation, so it was like a busman's holiday. They really understand queue management.
But at the back of my mind all the time was this feeling like I was in "The Prisoner". But then, just because I am paranoid, doesn't mean they weren't watching me closely all the time.