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cooliocuneo

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cooliocuneo last won the day on June 6 2017

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About cooliocuneo

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  • Birthday 06/08/1974

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    https://www.planetchristmas.com/

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  • My favorite Christmas story
    A Christmas Story
  • Location
    Bellingham, WA
  • Biography
    Husband and father of 2 young boys.
  • Interests
    I love music, video games and Christmas.
  • Occupation
    Real Estate Loan Officer
  • About my display
    Just beginning.

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  1. Nope, just wooden stakes. I'm at work right now, so I don't know the diameter, but let's about 1/2" by 3/4"? They fit nice and tight inside the candy canes, and since they're thinner than they are wide, there's space for the wire to hang down. I'll try to post some pics tonight.
  2. I like freaky, but that says Halloween, not Christmas. At least in my humble opinion.
  3. I just use wooden stakes. No zip ties, just pound into ground, and slip the candy cane over the 6" or so that I leave extending out of the ground. Cheap, easy, and most importantly, it works!
  4. Yes, very good point. I hope I didn't come off to hoity-toity.
  5. I'm a huge Nintendo fan, so I really appreciate these. My 3 1/2 yr old would LOVE them! I don't think Christmas and South Park go that well together personally. I find the show funny, but not relateable to Christmas. That's just me. Great job though! I might have to come up with my own Nintendo themed cut outs.
  6. That's a great deal. Buying when I get home this evening. At first, when I went to the page, I thought it was $.99 a song (which it is if you buy them individually), but it is also $.99 for the entire 280 song album! Even if you only keep a small hand full of them, amazing deal.
  7. Mitch, I'd love to see your display. I have a 2 1/2yr old son who I'm sure would go crazy seeing a real light show. Plus, with my wife seeing one in person, I'm sure it'd make it easier for me to go animated next year. What's your address? Or do you have a website with your info on it?
  8. That's a difficult story to read, I can't imagine how hard it must have been to write. It may only Oct 5th, but Merry Christmas to you Christopher.
  9. I'd like to know a little more on how they attach to the garage door. Wish they'd show pictures of that. Anyone care to post some pics of theirs?
  10. I'd just like to say, I'd love to buy new clubs and go to Pebble Beach, but unfortunately this year, I'll be lucky to get to the driving range. I've always loved Christmas lights, and some of my earliest memories are of the blow molds my Dad used to put up. Now that I'm a father, my son just turned 2, the feeling of Christmas Cheer has been totally renewed. I can't wait for Braxton to look at our house with a sense of awe. I know these clips are just a small start, and this hobby (or lifestyle?) is an expensive and time consuming one, but I'll put them to good use.
  11. You guys are great here! I love I can get the Christmas feeling year round by just browsing these boards.
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