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    In many time zones, it is now July 4 and the celebration of USA Independence 233 years ago.

    Happy Holiday to all (and have a nice cookout, if that's what you're into...)

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    Cooking? Bah.

    My favorite part of the day is when I get to light stuff on fire and watch it explode

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    May the fourth be with you.
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    [quote name='Bigaldoc' post='782964' date='04-Jul-2009 03:19']In many time zones, it is now July 4 and the celebration of USA Independence 233 years ago.

    Happy Holiday to all (and have a nice cookout, if that's what you're into...)

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    Happy 4th to you ! ! !

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    [quote name='Bigaldoc' post='782964' date='04-Jul-2009 04:19']In many time zones, it is now July 4 and the celebration of USA Independence 233 years ago.

    Happy Holiday to all (and have a nice cookout, if that's what you're into...)[/quote]

    Here's a truly original performance of the National Anthem. It's played by a National Symphony violinist, who made the violin out of a baseball bat. Background information here.

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