You're driving through a neighborhood, and see Christmas lights. That was December. Now, it's mid January. What's the first thought that comes to your mind?

Hey, you may like it, but doesn't seem a little weird? If political signs have a post election shelf life, how about giant Snoopy inflatables? Gretchen Wilson can talk about keeping the "Christmas lights on year-round," but wouldn't you roll your eyes if she had them blazing while you roll by with the AC ratchet'd up to max?

Neighborhoods, and even certain municipalities, have rules about what you can and can NOT have on your house, or front lawn. There's at least one community in Florida which completely frowns upon parking an air boat right next to the mailbox. Fine for a day, but by the end of the week, you'll hear about it. We'll file that under: Don't ask me how I know.

I'm not saying you yank them down the next day, but is a month out of the question? Should New Hampshire adopt a regulation on Christmas/holiday lights?