A battle for the ages is raging on a suburban street in America, and we haven't seen such Christmas decoration drama since "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation."The story takes place in Florida, because of course it does. It all started when Diana Rowland — a "former cop" and "former morgue tech," according to her Twitter bio — erected some giant inflatable dragons in her front yard.Rowland's neighbors apparently didn't take kindly to the display. They sent her an anonymous note, which has more than a hint of Bible-thumping sass to it.Our dragon holiday display got fan mail! (And apparently the "true meaning of Christmas" involves judgmental bullshit?) 😂 pic.twitter.com/7NLZKkEW2x— Diana Rowland (@dianarowland) December 15, 2018 The note reads: Your dragon display is only marginally acceptable at Halloween. It is totally inappropriate at Christmas. It makes your neighbors wonder if you are involved in a demonic cult. Please consider removing the dragons. May god bless you and help you to know the true meaning of Christmas. After getting the anonymous letter, Rowland embodied the true meaning of Christmas by spending more money on giant plastic dragons.I'm also rather baffled as to how the dragons are only marginally acceptable at Halloween. I guess they think I need MORE dragons??— Diana Rowland (@dianarowland) December 15, 2018 They're red and green, as a concession to her neighborhood's self-appointed holiday police.An update to yesterday's tweet re the letter I received from an anonymous, judgy-mcjudgyface neighbor who disapproved of my dragon display and asked me to consider removing them: I have added more dragons. pic.twitter.com/OxsFQs5yQ1— Diana Rowland (@dianarowland) December 16, 2018 Rowland is steadily amassing an online fan base of fellow dragon enthusiasts.I think the problem your neighbor has with the display is that you have three wise dragons, but no baby Jesus dragon, or Mary and Joseph dragons. It is an incomplete dragon nativity.— Joe “Defund the Police” Cooper (@swelljoe) December 16, 2018 But if a dragon Adam and Eve were brought into sin, would they be saved by a human Jesus or a dragon Jesus?— Marquis de Geek (@MarquisdeGeek) December 18, 2018 looks like this feud could potentially....drag-on 😎— Audrey Axt ✨BLM✨ (@_pocketknives) December 18, 2018 My dragon is pleased to know his brothers have joined your group. pic.twitter.com/vmcPtU4Ewt— Beth Lutz (@Bethylutz) December 17, 2018 They've even offered her money to spend on more and more dragons, but she's declined, instead suggesting they make charitable donations.Hi, everyone! I've been getting a lot of messages about fundraisers/collections to buy me MORE DRAGONS, but I would much rather any Dragon Army money be donated to a worthy charity of your choice. Let's make this holiday season about joy and charity for all. Thanks!!— Diana Rowland (@dianarowland) December 16, 2018 Her followers took her seriously. One person donated to save abandoned penguin chicks in South Africa.Awesome! #sharethehoard https://t.co/w9CWb0T7fS— Diana Rowland (@dianarowland) December 16, 2018 How's that for the spirit of Christmas, killjoy neighbors??