I suspect it was the Eberhardt's, since they were ultimately found to be responsible for re-arranging the holiday displays into "reindeer mounting reindeer" positions and other undignified scenes Santa would not have been happy to see.
I have to admit, though, I kind of like my new pink lawn display. It's a real conversation starter, like when my neighbors (who have their house up for sale) asked how long I planned to "showcase my art".
I'm curious as to how long I can leave them up before the homeowner's association gets up in my business. I wonder what the penalty is for this sort of infraction. I'm already in trouble for not registering my basketball hoop in the "neighborhood sporting equipment census".
To add insult to injury, my flamingos are anchored into my almost-dead grass (I actually follow the water restrictions, thank you very much!)
In case you're looking for more information on how to spread the lawn art love, why not visit the International Lawn Greetings Association website? They are the powerful organization responsible for furthering the lawn greetings cause and lobbying our lawmakers in Tallahassee, I suppose. Check out the forum for all the latest news and chat about lawn decor (including those "new baby" wooden storks - the enemy of the pink plastic flamingo).