But your response reminded me, I didn't go to the rifle range this year like
I typically do. And worse, I'm not even in a match this month! This new
ball and chain of a house has seriously cut into my range time.
The vast, vast majority of 'em have never -ever- celebrated Independence
Day. Don't really comprehend the concept.
It has become National Asshole Day. A Grand Competition to see who will
be the first to burn a neighbors house down.
Extra bonus points question:
What does it mean when:
1.) Everyone and they uncle is celebrating like crazy,
everywhere you look.
2.) A Glass Eye, that just *happened* to be mounted
inna Duck's Arse, could Plainly, Plainly See
that there's Absolutely Less Than Nothing to
celebrate (at least on a national level).
Who's this "them" of which you speak? Native Americans? Kids?
Americans in general?
Depends on your definition of celebrate. If you mean make a hoopty
noise about how great we are as a country, yeah, you're right. But if
you mean mark with humility our beginnings and the selfless principles
upon which this nation was founded, then there's even more reason to
mark Independence Day in times like these than there is when things
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