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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms_Speedy_Elf View Post
    Nice and tastefully done. Some people to me just go over board .
    Like these people?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWxImv49bEE
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    If the space station can see your light display...you know you have to many lights...

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    :light:

    That was too much! very tacky. Also I would hate to have to pay his winter electric bills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    If the space station can see your light display...you know you have to many lights...
    Ha ha, that reminds me of Deck the Halls and how badly the guy wanted his house to be seen from space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemagicalchristmas View Post
    That was too much! very tacky. Also I would hate to have to pay his winter electric bills!
    I would too...Expensive! $$$$
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    I think less is more when it comes to christmas lights outside. You wanna get a warm feeling when looking at the decorations...not that you might be getting a tan from it being so bright.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    I think less is more when it comes to christmas lights outside. You wanna get a warm feeling when looking at the decorations...not that you might be getting a tan from it being so bright.
    Great way of putting it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpkinJack81 View Post
    Ha ha, that reminds me of Deck the Halls and how badly the guy wanted his house to be seen from space.

    I remember that movie, I saw it in the theater

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    :gift:

    I didn't get to see it yet but I want the dvd of it! Maybe Santa will bring me a copy! showing presents

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    It's pretty cute for a Christmas movie. My two favorites though are National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation and Santa Claus: The Movie.

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