Besides, Christmas is hands down a better holiday than Halloween. At least you get a day off out of it!
Celebrating the true meaning of Christmas means the event is limited to Christians. Celebrating the true meaning of Halloween can be done by all. HHN has a broader appeal and takes the cake, in my book.
Overall Dollywood just captures what the Christmas season is all about and that is why I voted for Smoky Mountain Christmas!
That's two years in a row that the little guy with the active social network soundly thumped the big guy who didn't want to get involved.
As of 2008:
American Christians: 78.4%American Atheists: 1.6%American Agnostics: 2.4%
I'd say that's a pretty big divide, no?
Regardless, congrats to Dollywood. I'll have to check out that event sometime down the road.
I'd put the tally as follows:
True Christians: 1% (Jesus)Everybody Else: 99%.
As for the voting, all are welcome. Dollywood got involved and mobilized their fans through Twitter and Facebook. Universal is too big for us now, so they chose to stay out of the fray. Why penalize Dollywood because of a lackluster effort by Universal?
Besides, we always get a few new folks on the site with each new tournament. I say, keep 'em coming!
(Judging on his joining date the tournament got him to become a member).