Sunday, December 25, 2016
Santa's eye view of Jamaica Estates lights
A view of a brightly decorated holiday home at 80th Drive and Chevy Chase Street in Jamaica, Queens, as captured by Chopper 4 Monday evening. See more spectacular holiday homes in New York City!
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:43 AM
Labels: christmas, Jamaica Estates, lights
fa la la la la....
No Trump homages for their hometown boy?
I know where that house is. It's right around the corner from my daughters dance studio on union turnpike. One year they had a big celebration and they closed down the block and bought everyone pizza and candy. I think they run some type of organization through this house. They also ask people to bring in a toy for donation around Christmas time. It's really pretty but I hate it when I park around the corner from there and there is so much traffic because everyone gets out of their cars to take pics of it.
drove around Lynch's decorated house in Bayside last evening.
Lynch was seen constantly wandering around the crowd trying to get his house visitors to move their illegally parked cars from the neighbors' driveways. The guy looked frazzled and he was only wearing a t-shirt.
Let me ask you, would you like to live next to these über-decorated houses with this ongoing traffic congestion and people wandering all over the place for one month of the year?
BTW there's some guy flying a drone over the Lynch house taking aerial imagery. Flying a drone within 5 miles of an airport is illegal and violates FAA guidelines. Imagine this contraption crashing and clunking a visitor in the head. Nice lawsuit for Lynch and drone pilot.
That dyker heights display getting viral attention is going to discourage ostentatious holiday decorating for homeowners everywhere.
as for these invasive assholes with their drones, a suggestion...
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2g3iii (at the very end)
PS I miss a nice simple creche. All this ho-ho-ho-ing is getting annoying, no?
To 'georgetheatheist': Now, were you referring to the Christmas Commerce Season, regarding your 'ho-ho-ho-ing comment'——or, was the 'ho-ing' a reference to all NYC politicians, all of whom can outlast, outplay, outrun and OUTLIVE the most voracious, street living crack whores of them all? Such a thin dividing line, indeed!
Touché! You could indeed say both!
The Lynch house 166-04 23rd Ave is Whitestone not Bayside George !
Con Ed must love it!
Where's the "Vote for Melinda Katz" illuminated sign?
Oops...no Channachah menorah or Kwanza candelabra?
I thought that this was an Italian thing!
E.T. Would love it.
Maybe they're landing lights for an alien space ship.
Speaking of which....I spent X-mas on the border of Bed Stuy and Crown Hts. in Brooklyn.
One 1880s town house had alien figures atop its cornice and and, appropriately, a Black Santa Claus at the foot of the stoop.
Highly creative! No cornball Queens crap....pardon the reference, Crappy....here.
Times Square comes to Queens.
How does anyone sleep at night?
Do they have an illuminated sign permit?
As far as drones go, a simple home made frequency jamming device will bring one down easily.
Make sure it drops in a clear area so as not to injure anyone or anything.
I'm thinking of building a similar device to cut of pathological cell phone abusers.
"...a simple home made frequency jamming device will bring one down easily."
I read that using jammers is illegal. Against FCC regs. A $100,000 fine. Any info on this?
First they gotta catch you, George.
Make sure you use it in different locations so the Feds cannot triangulate your signal and spot you.
Move on quickly.
Lots of things are illegal. Nevertheless, they are effective.
It's time that we start to get creative in our approaches when you cannot depend upon the agencies that you pay taxes to protect you.
Stop being such a wuss!
Jam a foot up the cell phone abuser's ass or hire a "brother" to steal it from the abuser.
As far as drones....take up falconry....and have the big bird bring the drone down.
Drones should be made illegal or implanted with a chip that identifies the owner.
Then he can be severly fined of caught abusing it.
A drone can be used by any homegrown nasty prankster or a terrorist.
They are not toys!
Only seven blocks from where Trump grew up
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