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Music Teacher Cleverly Convinces Neighbors To Put Up With His Mind-Blowing Light Show

Yes, we think show is incredible. But we don’t have to live near him.

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A music teacher and Star Wars fanatic has created a clever way to keep his neighbors happy with his spectacular, intricate, and just plain incredible light show by claiming to give money raised from his display to charity. Known by his YouTube user name Tom BetGeorge, the California man's nightly show features over 100,000 lights, live instruments, and roof beams — all synchronized to themes from Star Wars.

“The neighbors are very supportive especially since I use the display to raise money for the poor and homeless through my church,” BetGeorge claims on his YouTube page, although we haven't been able to validate either claims at this point.

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