Six Flags gives in again when media gets involved.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009 11:43 AM

kRaXLeRidAh said:
Certain individuals need to take some effin' responsibility and READ THE FINE PRINT.

Did you join the topic just to rant and yell? The whole point of the discussion is that there wasn't any fine print.

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009 12:11 PM

Oh, I absolutely think this is socially rooted in society. I see it in my workplace all of the time. The most recent example has to do with the new "Right to Know" legislation in our state making the organization more vulnerable to information requests from the public. As a result, the organization is making it known that personal items such as emails, pictures, IMs, and the like are not to be stored on our workplace equipment (lap tops and PCs.)

This created a big stir among employees who said, nobody has ever told me that I cannot use my workplace lap top for personal things. They went so far as to say, where is the written policy to say such a thing?

Should the fact that work equipment is not be used for personal reasons be written out for anyone to know it and therefore abide by it? Not even close. But that was the expectation of many.

To me, this is not just a consumer issue.

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Thursday, July 16, 2009 3:29 PM

ApolloAndy said:


kRaXLeRidAh said:
Certain individuals need to take some effin' responsibility and READ THE FINE PRINT.

Did you join the topic just to rant and yell? The whole point of the discussion is that there wasn't any fine print.

Again, another fine example of someone interpreting something their way and assuming that's what it is. I'm pretty sure there is not ONE sole point to this discussion Andy.

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Thursday, July 16, 2009 3:42 PM

Maybe I could find a used Six Flags ticket take it to the front gate, complain when they tell me the ticket is used, and then let Six Flags let me in for free! Seems to be the trend for Six Flags these days!

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Thursday, July 16, 2009 5:19 PM

Only if you call 7 On Your Side. Who would have thought the news media would become the biggest source of discounted/free admission for Six Flags parks? It's like my cell phone is my new season pass.

Admittedly, I don't condone fraud/false advertising which is one of the things these 7 On Your Side deals are for, but seriously, there was no fraud here.

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