Christmas Lights downtown CR
Christmas lights in downtown Cedar Rapids, with the red and green stop lights helping to add to the decorations.
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Great says ... on Tuesday, Dec 1 at 10:24 PM
Tax money at waste...
MrX says ... on Wednesday, Dec 2 at 10:11 AM
Good to see the city still has their priorities in order. The city is literally falling apart, but they had the time and money to hang christmas decorations.
Mike says ... on Wednesday, Dec 2 at 12:16 PM
You, Great, and MRX, are morons. It's people like you that ruin CR. What have YOU done to improve the city? Putting xmas lights up shows the town still has a little joy left in it. It makes visitors feel welcome when they drive through. You're idiots
luvs2read says ... on Wednesday, Dec 2 at 3:27 PM
Thumbs up to Mike. I totally agree with you. At least some people still have some Christmas spirit left, despite what the flood left behind. Christmas isn't about the decorating.
GotBling? says ... on Thursday, Dec 3 at 6:56 PM
I also agree with Mike and luvs2read - it is a sure sign that downtown CR is bouncing back. its the spirit that counts!
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