Thursday, June 29, 2006

Boy dies on Disney ride

CNN reports today:
MIAMI, Florida (CNN) -- A 12-year-old boy died on a roller coaster at Disney-MGM Studios in Orlando, Florida, on Thursday, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. ...

Disney boasts of the ride on its Web site, "Zoom from 0-60 mph with the force of a supersonic F-14, take in high-speed loops and turns synchronized to a specially recorded Aerosmith soundtrack and zip through Tinseltown in the biggest, loudest limo you've ever seen."

One month ago, another child died on the Disney ride "Mission Space" at the Epcot Center.
Guess where my 9-year-old daughter is today: DisneyWorld! My ex-wife shipped her off to Florida on a plane by herself on Monday. I'll get her back on Monday, if she is still alive.

My ex-wife filed lots of court papers on how I was supposedly doing dangerous things with the kids. If she does it again, I think that I will introduce evidence that Disney rides are more dangerous than anything that I have done with the kids.


Anonymous said...

I like your blog a lot. I've read just about all the posts and learned a lot about divorce related problems.

I'm curious about something that I'm not sure you've discussed on the blog. Could you tell us more about your pre-marriage era. How did you meet her, how old was she, how old were you, what was the attraction, how long did you date, have either of you had prior marriages...


George said...

Thanks for reading. I try not to overdo the personal stories. I set up this blog to expose what the family court is doing, not to bore everyone with our personal lives. When my ex-wife puts something on the court record and the judge does something stupid, then I comment. My beef is with the institutionalized evil of the family court.