California. A land of dreams.
Dale Diz Coba worked in Disneyland before he moved to Stepford.
The mothers of homeless children in Anaheim work there, too.
Have their children seen Disneyland? No.
Will they ever see Disneyland? They do not even dream of it.
The mothers do not only work in Disneyland. They have at least one other regular job.
Some of the mothers have three jobs.
They still do not make enough money to rent an apartment.
Their husbands have many jobs, too. They do not do drugs or drink alcohol.
There is a discrepancy here, if you noticed.
Something does not match. Why the children have never seen Disneyland?
The tickets are too expensive. How many visitors Disneyland has one day?
What I have seen in the media, it is quite a throng.
It is obvious Disneyland makes lots of money.
Not enough to pay minimum wages to its workers.
What is minimum wages? Minimum wages keeps the worker's kids off the streets.
What is in the streets in a slum in Anaheim? Whores, concrete, drugs and litter.
How much do Californian taxpayers have to pay to cover the social costs Disneyland leaves behind? Ten times as much Disneyland would have to pay to keep the workers' children off the streets? More than that.
Why? Why the society has to pay what Disneyland should pay?