Have you ever been to Disney World? Or Disneyland? There's a pretty good chance that you at least know somebody who has been there. And there's an even better chance that you've seen advertisements or photos from what they like to call the happiest place on earth. I went a couple times as a kid and once as an adult. And now, I've got a three-year old and he can't wait to go...maybe in the not-to-distant future. We'll just have to see about that. It's a very popular destination. Apparently last year, over 130 million people visited a Disney park. That's like half the population of the United States. And you can understand why. It's quite the experience - an amazing feat of showmanship - no matter how you feel about Disney as this big mega corporation. You enter through the gates of the park, into the Magic Kingdom, and you're on Main Street USA, this perfect little turn-of-the-century town complete with a barber shop and a town hall and a fire station and horse-drawn trolleys. But look closely. This is a small town with absolutely no dirt or grime or trash. Any piece of litter gets swiped up almost immediately. The bathrooms are spotless. No "problems" here to worry about (well, unless you've got a screaming toddler, but we won't go there). There's not a single frown among the townspeople. Everyone is so friendly and nice and helpful. And it's been like that since the day the park opened - picture perfect, magical even.