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    Re: No Country Bears Christmas Again This Year

    Just when we think MK mgmt might be headed in the right direction they go and cut corners again. This is just disappointing. No wonder this park has no Christmas spirit at all. Well, unless you pay extra for it.

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    • #3
      Re: No Country Bears Christmas Again This Year

      A Jay Rasulo Production.

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      • #4
        Re: No Country Bears Christmas Again This Year

        Well... you can always come to TDL since we will have the Xmas Bears this year, yet again... plus plenty of Xmas spirit at regular day guest passport prices. Oh! and hurry.. Vacation hoedown is still playing this week at TDL!!!

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        • #5
          Re: No Country Bears Christmas Again This Year

          ORGOCH: Well, if this news don't just blow the warts off a toad's back, I don't know what does!!! Them management types that goes 'n makes a bad decision, like this, is the one's 'at really blows!! I say it's time ta string 'em up an' punish 'em fer bein' the grinches they really is!!

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          • #6
            Re: No Country Bears Christmas Again This Year

            I totally agree with ORGOCH but it's to be expected. Christmas at MK has been turned into a pay event and extas like DL's HM holiday or small world don't fit in with the plan, unfortunately neither do the bears. really the big holiday park anymore is epcot not the MK and it's really sad. I remember the good old days when the park was decorated and the characters were in the holiday finery all day as well as special shows in Tommorrowland and frontierland as well as the castle. oh and of course the holiday parade and you didn't have to pay $50 to see it all either, it was included in admission.

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