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About dingleberry

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  • Birthday 10/04/1984

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    Greeneville, Tennessee, USA
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    Lumber Sales Man

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  1. hey guys thanks alot, this was my first post and it has been very helpful, looking forward to showing off some of my lights for halloween (party and trick or treating) and of course the big month
  2. hey man thanks, what is the application of this paint (brush on,spray, etc) and do you remember what it ran you?
  3. does any one know of a effective way to paint c9 and mini lights to colors for halloween cause call me cheap but in this recession the last thing i want to do is pay $8 for orange c9 lights when i can just paint a handful of strings i have now and just rebuy white ones in nov when they're $3 for a 25ct string
  4. i think they need to release storys such as that on the news so maybe there's a chance some of them will hear it and be discouraged from doing it. there is a house close to mine that a guy really has the most christmas displays i have ever sceen. it gives disney world a run for its money. it has a full size old prop plane that is covered in lights and probably around 50,000 to 70,000 lights. 2 years ago 1/2 his displays were destroyed and since then his display has gotten smaller every year. i wish people weren't so stupid as to destroy christmas lights. smash my mail box, roll my yard, egg my
  5. i know what you guys should do, set trip wires and dig holes for them to break there ankles in. i actually shot a ppl with a paint ball gun before. get em all.:devil:
  6. i like both lights, but the thing with colored lights is that after a few years or a rough winter the colors will begin to fade which makes it hard to get them to match up to newer lights. also with colored lights i find it better to do a lot of colored lights none at all b/c i personally don't like a mixing alot of white and colored together. im more of a base white lights with accenting with multi colored~ hope this helps:tree:
  7. i was reading some of the post about messed up lights and realized ppl were having the same problems ive had for like 13 yrs. and i useally just throw the string away or use it for extra parts then some one said the was some short or something in the line causing it not to work and the plug this in and wala it fixed, what is this wonderful thing that im missing out on?
  8. does the adhesive come off easy say if i was to move or go with a different set up next year?:rudolph:
  9. thanks, i will let you know the out come
  10. i have been putting up christmas light since i was 9, no joke. but i recently move to a house that is made of brick and has metal around the windows. i would like to put lights around them but i cant get them to stay up without putting holes in the metal ( im renting the house bad idea). i have tried hot glue, gutter hangers, and duct tape, which only works for like 3 or 4 days. if you have any help it would be greatly appreciated
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