Saturday, July 04, 2009

Happy Fourth of July!

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Sorry, I've been watching the Tour de France coverage on Versus and I seem to have something stuck in my head.

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And a happy Fourth of July to all of you, even those outside the United States. Sure, it may not be a holiday where you are, but have a happy weekend anyway. This holiday honors the American Revolution where we threw off the colonial yoke and the despotic rule of the British, substituting the despotic rule of the wealthy, the insurance companies, the religious right, and other assorted nutjob organizations. We enshrined individual rights in our Constitution, showing the high value we place on individual ethics and conscience, provided they do as they're told, don't get out of line, and especially don't muck about in traffic like all those pesky cyclists.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Rantwick said...

Hey, have a great 4th man. In Canada we stuck with the British (at least somewhat), yet our 2 countries are still very similar. Go and figure!

11:34 AM  
Blogger Ed W said...

It started raining here about 9AM and it hasn't let up yet. I'm thankful for that because when my yahoo neighbors start setting off fireworks this evening - assuming it's not raining then - my big pine tree out front should be safe. If that tree caught fire it would probably take out the house.

12:18 PM  
Blogger The Donut Guy said...

Oh my.

I'll be bit torrenting all my TdF coverage this year.

I'll be a day behind but I won't have to watch endless commercials.

Did they mention anything about Lance yet?:-)

6:29 PM  

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