View Poll Results: If Pooh wasn't in CBJ showbuilding would it be hated as much as it is now?

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    If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    If the pooh ride wasn't in the former showbuilding for Country Bears Jamboree do u think there would still be all this hate towards it?
    Personally i think that if it was placed somewhere else where it wasnt taking away from any other attractions that were already present then it wouldnt be hated as much as it seems to be. I think its a cute ride none the less but i never got to see CBJ tho and i would love to experience it now.

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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    There's a thread re: Hatred of Pooh and many various reasons it's liked and disliked in this forum already....

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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    Its still the same ride. I like the bears and would rather have them. Pooh still is on my not so great list.

    Im bored, lets go to Disneyland.

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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    I think if Pooh was made more like the tokyo original, we souldn't be having this conversation.

    People like good attractions, even if they sometimes take the stop of a former good one. This version of Pooh is not a good attraction, which leads me to believe that no matter where it was, it would not be popular.




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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    There are a whole host of problems with Winnie the Pooh. The fact that it replaced Country Bear Playhouse is merely one of the reasons such antipathy exists towards the attraction.

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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    Quote Originally Posted by PragmaticIdealist
    There are a whole host of problems with Winnie the Pooh. The fact that it replaced Country Bear Playhouse is merely one of the reasons such antipathy exists towards the attraction.
    So, the answer is that it wouldn't be hated as much, right?

    It's way out there on the hate scale, though. Hard to distinguish between its arse and its elbows from this vantage point.
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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    It could have replaced Snow White with less aggrevation. Then Christopher Robin could have been peering out of the castle turret.
    However, the best place for it would have been Toontown...it fits that area so well...fake looking, all facade, nothing with substance, made on the cheap.
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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    Toontown would be a great place for it. It doesn't fit where it is and Toontown needs something OTHER than Roger Rabbit and Gaget. There is nothing else to do but look there.
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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    Quote Originally Posted by Brer Bear
    It could have replaced Snow White with less aggrevation. Then Christopher Robin could have been peering out of the castle turret.
    Please tell me you're kidding! Please? I still love getting peeks at the Evil Queen and I'm 32 years old.

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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    Oh, I'd still dislike it, but not be filled with venom when I see it where it is. CBJ was (and still is) a great show. They tore out a classic attraction to put in a cheap knock-off of a decent dark ride. The DL Pooh doesn't stand up to WDW's or TDL's.

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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    Cheaply made, poorly executed, once again Disneyland get's the junk "B" ticket version while other parks get the superior version. And it's at the exspense of a beloved "E" Ticket.

    Seems to me the people who say they'd rather have CBJ far outnumber the fans of Poop.

    The coolest thing about Poop is seeing Max, Melvin and Buff again.

    Pufta, limey, little "b" bear. Now if it had been Piglet's Acid Adventure I'd no doubt love it just not in the CBJ theater.


    Link to yet another CBJ VS. Poop Poll
    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=33361

    Link to yet another "why do you hate Pooh" thread
    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=33327
    Last edited by Uzmati; 08-05-2006 at 06:08 PM.
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    Re: If Pooh Wasn't Where Cbj Was..............?

    Attraction location is extremely inportant. It would it be okay if Space Mountain resided in Adventureland? Or if the original Tower of Terror replaced Cinderella Castle? He belongs in Fantasyland.

    I still find Pooh to be an underwhelming and unimmersive experience.

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