Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

Social Media

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling

Recent Profile Visitors

9,402 profile views

windshawne's Achievements

KIC Star Member

KIC Star Member (7/13)



  1. Well, I’ve not been to the park in a few years. When fast pass started and required to have a decent day, it kinda turned me off. Closing rides is really really dangerous-I hope they’re prepared
  2. windshawne


    I’ve not been on here in several years and wasn’t sure if this was mentioned anywhere on here. Got news that Karen passed away recently. I have not spoken to her in years, but just wanted a moment of silence to remember her. carry on
  3. Awesome. I worked in mason a week ago and the usual parts were flooded. Hope there’s no damage
  4. I wasn't sure if my last post made up, my phone fouled up. Personally, I'm sick of the whole darn thing. The masks are getting too hard to deal with for me. I'm a copd'er now and have to wear it at work, and I just can't do it much longer. Currently trying to decide what I'm going to do. I resent people shaming me for not wanting to wear it. Have an elephant sit on your chest while laying on your back, put a rope around your neck and tighten it, then put two masks over your mouth and cover your nostrils. That;s how it feels to breathe with this some days. Add a mask and its impossible. 3 months into my new job, and I have called off 3 times. You can see what's probably gonna happen with me. Yet I'm the selfish one for not wanting to wear it. I'm pretty done with the whole thing. See, I'm more worried about cancer. In my family, its 100% fatal; with covid at least you have a chance. I've lost my father, an uncle, an aunt and 2 cousins in the last 4 years from cancer. 4 people I know have passed due to covid, the most recent was a coworker. In a few hours, my sister is having a double mastectomy. I dont give a darn about covid right now. If anyone is wondering, yes I'm vaccinated-but not by choice. Since I took Moderna, I have no recourse if something happens later on
  5. I worked overnight in the park this year-have to say I have never seen anything suspicious
  6. I hope the new pay rate is a permanent change. I left the medical field this year-I can make just as much anywhere else with much less headache.
  7. Sad state of affairs when people have to be given a card to remind them how to behave in public
  8. Hate to say it-but it has outlived its usefulness.
  9. That's what's lacking today-accountability. I dunno. Limit the amount of people in the park?
  10. The whole world has lost their ever loving minds.....
  11. KI has always been the area's biggest babysitter. I can't tell you how many times parents dropped their kids off at the gate and turned around and left. I think the time has come to require chaperones. To be truthful, what I saw from this incident made me sick to my stomach. Not just here, but everywhere. Times are different now, unfortunately
  12. My fear is these restrictions will be permanent. I went to Tennessee 3 weeks ago. They have no mandate, no one was wearing them, their governor did not have a daily talk show spreading fear. I felt free. That being said, I am not dismissing the severity of this. I have been in deep thought for the last few years, especially this past year. I had a family member in my car January 2020 who I thought was going to die in my back seat before we got to the hospital. Since he didn't have insurance, he was sent home, and it was labeled a "virus". I did not wear a mask that day and had no problems. I know 3 people personally who have died from it. As long as masks are required, I dont plan to go anywhere. I can't tolerate them due to breathing issues, and I'm personally tired of being chastised. I'm really glad I got to experience the world before all this. Being on house arrest is it's own special hell. And that is all I will say about this....
  • Create New...