Jeez, Arch. Do you drape your house in black bunting on national holidays?
I am with Koki B.
Today is a day of honor, in many ways; honoring those patriots who told King George to take a hike off a Thames pier; honoring those Americans who have fought & died in LEGIT wars for our freedoms; honoring those who currently serve the citizens of America, and NO, not talking about the non-partisan corrupto insane politicians, talking about our military people; honoring the concept of liberte!
Tomorrow? Yeah, go back to changing the system for the betterment of all of us. Question authority. Always. Accountability? If we had accountability from our pols, any & all, we would truly be a great nation. Contrails...? Um, maybe not so much.
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Thread: Happy 4th guys
Jul 4, 2013, 07:34 PM
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Jul 4, 2013, 11:08 PM
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I had Daddy duty all day today. But tomorrow, I surf! And in the afternoon, there's a new beer joint that just opened that has tons of craft beer on tap so I'm going to be celebrating Independence Day just a day late.
\nHappy Fourth fellas!
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Jul 5, 2013, 12:27 AM
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we have rideable waves, it's a holiday, the weather's gorgeous, everybody is partying, your dad's rich, your mom's good-looking, and you live in the greatest country in the world - what else could you ask for? maybe this - my favorite July Fourth tale:Happy Independence Day!
On July 4th, 1776, 12 of the 13 original colonies ratified the Declaration Of Independence. Two of the Declaration's principal architects, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, went on to become among the most prominent Americans of their time and bitter rivals as well. Although seven years older than Jefferson, Adams always swore that he would outlive his rival...
Fast-forward exactly 50 years later to July 4th 1826. John Adams lies dying in Quincy, Massachusetts, on Independence Day. His last words were, "Thomas Jefferson survives!".
Unbeknownst to Adams, Thomas Jefferson had actually died several hours earlier at his home in Monticello, Virginia on that same Independence Day.
It is said that messengers from the each man's home actually passed each other en route to informing the other of the death of his rival. That's the way it was, July 4th, 1826.
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Jul 4, 2013, 04:43 PM #1
Happy 4th guys
how can a nation of we the people govern ourselves and this nation when collectively we have no idea of why this nation had become so great and free in the first place?
this sad reality is why this nation has lost its sovereignty.
here is the blueprint that would give the UN reign over all nations.
I know many of you will blast me for fear mongering, but this is reality.