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I love the Cast Members, I 100% believe that they are the magic. However, having visited the Cali parks and the Florida parks this year, there are a few newbies and some are a bit off, so to speak. From the cashiers to the characters, there are a small percentage that don’t appear to have finished their training. The only ones that concern me would be the characters, because of the children watching them.
Actually, he is dressed as Loki and this would be right in character for Loki and Dale is always a little short tempered anyway, so all combined, it fits quite well and makes sense.
This is not a new Tik Tok and it’s all in character, so what’s the problem?
Seriously? He probably thought he was keeping in character as a freakin CARTOON CHIPMUNK. Whoever thinks this person did something wrong really, REALLY needs to get their life priorities in order.
Cancel culture society
At least he’s stayed in character!
Aggressive? Come on now.
He’s Dale dressed as Loki, and Loki would definitely kick the garbage can. Maybe it wasn’t the best idea, but it’s certainly not something to overreact about, and it’s most definitely not aggressive. That was a playful punt at best.
The fact this is made out to be a cast member lost their temper is sad. Dale always had a temper for one, two… as Loki that would be in character as well. And finally what if….this made it look like they did lose their cool and this person lost their job over someone wanting likes or clicks? That is a perfect example of sad human beings on both the tiktoc upload and this rag making it worse.
He’s probably frustrated because Chapek bounced his paycheck.
It’s literally his character…
For gods sake it’s a joke! Anyone who thinks this is aggressive needs to lighten up and stop taking things so seriously.
It’s funny to see someone bump into some inanimate object and act like it’s the objects fault! That’s been around since before we were even born.

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