...Happiest Place on Earth? Where else can you take your family for good, clean, fun, even if a little expensive, entertainment? Online? The garbage you try to emphasize here is not the point - not true (I worked there for more than three years) and is exaggerated for the story. Do you want to hear from and publicize stories from a disgruntled and unappreciative employee, and publish their bitterness? Or could you instead talk about the millions of families and children that actually look forward to, and enjoy an overall happy family time together? In a place where you can relax, enjoy being outside and the wholesome entertainment experience these parks can offer without worrying about crime, or swearing and drinking children sometimes see at ball games? Why don't you write about behind the scenes stories that people can be happy about - rather than trying to ruin things and make Disney look bad for the purpose of getting likes, shares and traffic. We are all responsible for what we say and publish in the media and online. Untrue, uncool and disappointing.