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You'd be forgiven for totally forgetting it's Christmas. But it is.
One American family is wishing everyone Season's Greetings, Happy Holidays etc. etc. with a light show controlled by randoms on the internet. Yes, even you.
Jon Woods, an IT professional from Alaska, has rigged up a selection of remote controlled lights to the front of his house and asked strangers online to turn them on and off at their will.
You would not believe the number of people who sit for hours and turn the lights off and on.
This year marks the sixth in a row where Jon and his family have allowed others total control over their festive display via a specially designed website.
While the site itself is pretty basic, you can see the results for yourself on YouTube...
H/T ABC News
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