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Message Number: 58 - Wed, Jun 8, 2022 18:27:34
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Name:  Brent Hall
What city are you located:  Jefferson City, Missouri
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  no
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  What is not to like?
Comments:

I appreciate your willingness to share and teach others. I have enjoyed creating a display for all to enjoy, the past two years. Adding a little at a time is my plan. It is rare these days to find a person or a group of people that are not looking to cash in an idea. I say a big THANK YOU for being that 1%.

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Message Number: 57 - Tue, Jun 7, 2022 07:59:25
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Name:  shourf
What city are you located:  Yanahuara
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  sees
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  sees
Comments:

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Message Number: 56 - Mon, Apr 4, 2022 23:16:14
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Name:  L N
What city are you located:  Tampa
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  no
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  lights
Comments:

I have always loved Christmas. I live in a warmer climate now but growing up there was snow and Christmas time seemed more festive. It probably goes back to my highschool days (Howell High School 1990) there was a bully named Randall Freidhoff. Randy Freidhoff and those like him bullied myself and others and I think that's when I started getting into more solitary pursuits and immersing myself in books, tv and movies as a way to escape. I love anything that spreads the Christmas message as it is the most beautiful time of the year and represents everything that is good in people and let's you know everyone isn't bad.

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Message Number: 55 - Fri, Oct 1, 2021 11:24:09
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Name:  JOHN E CREED
What city are you located:  Albertville, MN
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  No
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  Inventions
Comments:

  • Thank you for the ASAP and Portable Hole inventions! I'm building both this year.

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Message Number: 54 - Sun, Aug 15, 2021 17:53:42
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Name:  Wayne Merritt
What city are you located:  Gray, GA
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  No
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  Pixel tree
Comments:

Thank you for the detailed instructions. I have been researching for weeks and finally you have provided the best instructions on how to build the pixel tree. I can't wait to get started!

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Message Number: 53 - Sat, Jun 12, 2021 15:00:46
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Name:  Dennis L Ludwig
What city are you located:  EL PASO
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  no
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  RGB creations
Comments:

Incredible show you have

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Message Number: 52 - Private Message

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Message Number: 51 - Monday, March 1, 2021 21:19:33 CST
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Name:  Manuel Fort
What city are you located:  Hope Mills, NC
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  No
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  Highly Recommended
Comments:

Thank you for sharing.

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Message Number: 50 - Private Message

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Message Number: 49 - Tuesday, January 5, 2021 12:36:31 CST
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Name:  Warren Brackmann
What city are you located:  Cairo
Have you ever visited Magic Christmas:  Unfortunately, no.
Favorite part of Magic Christmas:  Microprocessor controlled LEDs
Comments:

Your lights are awesome! I'm assuming they are microprossor controlled. (Arduino?) I've dreamed of controlling arrays or strings of LEDs in such a mannor almost since LED hit the market. Now that LEDs can be individually controlled by a microprocessor and that they are each capable of intensity controled RGBW colors I'd love to do something like your Christmas trees. I'm making a simple infinity mirror with a circle of LEDa inside that I plan to control with an Arduino microprocessor but it's slow going. I love what you've done with all your displays!

Warren

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