Loc: LOST IN SPACE
That is after all what this thread is about. Until you tried to make another landfill thread.
Keep in mind where this came from FL1 Is the Seneca Falls community unfriendly to tourists? Ami Ghazala, superintendent of the Women’s Rights National Historic Park, says it’s an unfortunate truth.
Ghazala spoke to the town board hoping to find a way the town and park could work together to resolve the problem in such a way to benefit both the town and park.
The Women’s Rights National Historic Park is a federal agency legislated in 1980. The park brings some 55,000 visitors, national and international, on average to Seneca Falls each year and this year is shaping up to surpass that number. Unfortunately, Ghazala says many of those visitors tell park employees that local residents demonstrate a high level of intolerance for those who come from a different culture, who dress differently or even speak a different language.
Edited by scwoodchuck (07/20/1705:02 PM)
I can't wait till humans evolve into an intelligent species.
I dont know if I would say Seneca Falls is unfriendly, but I will say when I lived there for 6 years in the 80's some people were rude, but you find that anywhere. When we lived on Walnut St, we met several of the neighbors and they were very nice. I would also say that some people go out of their way looking to be offended.
Loc: New York, Seneca
It's my opinion that the superintendent of the park is handling the situation wrong. To expect the town board to do something about it is totally unreasonable. Park employees should just smile and say "I'm sorry you had an unpleasant experience". Some people are career victims and it would be my guess that the superintendent is one of them.
Do we really have to make everything IDIOT PROOF ?