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Love My Bravos:
I thought the cartoons were pretty cute when they were advertising the holiday packs, and I even went as far as to ask a friend who works for the team if the cartoons were drawn by someone internal or if they had it done.
Then the video came out. Watch it here. (It doesn't appear to be embeddable.)
And I thought it was ridiculous, so I asked Twitter what they thought...
Does anyone over the age of 21 with all their mental faculties actually like this year's Braves holiday card? Serious question.
— Lauren T. (@BravesLove) December 19, 2012
@braveslove it. is. terrible. Last year's was good, they should have just done the same theme. This is awful.
— maurice weeks (@mo87mo87) December 19, 2012
@braveslove I'll never get back the 30 seconds i could stand to watch it.
— Scott(@BravesGasm) December 19, 2012
@braveslove I liked the part when JHey is talking. After that, not so much.
— Jenna B (@jennab113) December 19, 2012
@braveslove I laughed. But then git very confu...
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