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Old 12-22-2005, 01:47 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Soldo
ya thats impressive, but that house has all the lights spread out nicely.... go check out the house i'm talking about.... on this one street it is DAYLIGHT no matter what the time is, untill they decide to turn the lights off, and they're mostly white bulbs too... so it just burns your retna.... i think every year they give a person $500 dollars if they can stare at the house longer than a minute without going blind... hehehe!
...I haven't seen the house you're talking about, so I can't really compare. But this one, though the display isn't the prettiest is definitely very very impressive. I recommend checking out the interview on Global TV's 6 O'Clock News, where they use videocamera's that actually capture the display properly, and show some of the details:
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