I know if you select the "Watch on YouTube.com" option you can view them in full screen on YouTube.com but I don't always want to open a new window. This feature works on other sites. I just wondered why not here.
Is it necessary to create half a dozen new threads with the exact same content reposted on each of them? I get the use of separating chain-wide initiatives into respective discussions for each park for the sake of keeping things on-topic, but unless there's a true need to discuss a change as it pertains specifically to, say, Sesame Place, when the exact same change has occurred at every other SEAS park, I find the creation of copy-and-pasted chain-wide threads to unnecessarily clog my feed.
I think in this case (the new pass programs) and the case of the Project 2020 slide leaks, there is/was significant difference between what these parks are offering pass-members; in relation to the Project 2020 leaks the Madrid thread started to get derailed with discussion about the other parks' rumored additions so it was appropriate in those instances. It's not something I see happen all that often really.