If You Can't Beat Them, Copy Them

Kristina Green knew she couldn't trump her next door neighbor's elaborate Christmas light display. The neighbor's house is covered with 16,000 lights. Green's display features 900 lights spelling out the word "DITTO" with an arrow pointing next door.

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RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Kristina Green knew she couldn't trump her next door neighbor's elaborate Christmas light display, so the Maricopa, Arizona woman decided to have some fun. Now pictured on her Facebook page is her neighbor's house covered, from driveway to roof, in 16,000 lights. And Green's house? It features a display of just 900 lights above her garage arranged to spell out the word ditto with an arrow pointing next door. It's MORNING EDITION.

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