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So this was a real downer:
You may recall, we did a blog on the Turtleboy family’s visit to this Leicester masterpiece last December. We wanna do a follow up on this story once we find out more about it and do a little Turtleboy Investigates.
But for now this is all I’m sayin – whoever called the cops is a real dooshnozzle. This reminds me of the situation from Greenfield. Not that gigantic Christmas displays are at all similar to a hidden confederate flag in a garage, but in both cases it all could’ve been resolved if people would just speak to each other. Granted, I’m sure this created a safety hazard and if I was living there I probably wouldn’t be crazy about it either.
But it’s like four weeks out of the year!! Who cares? And even if it was that big of a deal, knock on your neighbor’s door the next day and be like, “ummm, can we maybe figure out a place for all these people to park that isn’t right in front of my house?” Thanks.
Seriously, what is so freaking hard about talking to your neighbor about how your privacy can be respected AND they can keep doing this really great thing for the community, free of charge?? Is that really so difficult to do? Nah, that seems like too much work. Way too grownup for me. Better just call the cops instead.
Do these people not realize that they’re the grinch of Leicester now? And that’s no easy feat! You literally just ruined Christmas for kids and this family, who obviously can’t get enough Christmas joy. Plus you live in a town with a Walmart. Just be grateful they didn’t build it next door to you.
And this neighborhood literally just had some dude lead cops on a manhunt, INVOLVING A BOAT, because he was armed to the teeth with weapons and a bullet proof vest and fired gunshots into the air in his backyard. But yea, tell me more about how you’re scared of car lights.
The people who put this display together collect money, not for their seemingly outrageous electric bill, but for charity. Tons of families bring their kids down there and it really gets the family juices going for Christmas. And now it’s gone because some Leicester muff has the communication skills of a three year old.
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