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Old 05-07-2011, 08:53 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by mdvlprof View Post
Seem to recall that Christmas decorations were very tasteful. Some of the passengers - not so much .
I agree. Well, on the decorations part, at least! I don't want to be one of the tasteless passengers, either.

I am not Christian, and I have no problem with the DCL decor on the ship or Castaway Cay. But then again, I enjoy all the decor that mjaclyn doesn't care for. I knew that Santa never visited my house, but that didn't matter. I still wanted to hear what the different holiday traditions were around the world by the storytellers in Epcot. Many were versions of Santa, but in places where the major religions don't celebrate Christmas, it was fun to hear what they do for the holidays, too.

I never associated the commercial Christmas stuff with anything other than Christmas, but I still appreciate the pageantry of it.
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