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Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Really, Is It Just Me

Or is the Capitol Fourth the corniest show of Independence Day.


Of course we always watch. Well, at least Sweet Wife. I'm reading your blog.

Stephen

24 comments:

  1. i have no idea, dear sweet one, we don't have tv. but it sounds like it must be pretty corny! i hope that you had a great Independence Day! enjoy the blogs - bahahahaha!

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. You know, Honey, we have these new fangled things called satellite dishes, where even in the frozen north, television reception is possible. Thanks, sweet kymber.

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    2. I have a TV, but I never watch it, so I am with Kymber.

      Given Kymber's military background, she probably has a satellite dish, but is already using all the bandwith to run her post-apocalyptic RPV airforce.

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    3. ditto on the no tv and I don't miss it one bit. Usually just a bunch of foolishness and slanted news stories.

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    4. bahahahahahah! truth be told - the Manor actually came with TWO satellite dishes. i can't tell what i use them for. but Russ is pretty close - ya can't get anything by that guy!!!!

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  2. Quite night at home. Not fighting the crowds tonight. Disney World Saturday so see the fireworks then.

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    1. Neither am I, Rob. Hence the post. Have a great time at Disney World.

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  3. I've never heard of it. I think I live under a rock.

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    1. Its broadcast on PBS, dear lady. Its on now...

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    1. Yes indeed. They're sneaky though....

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  5. Go outside and pop off a few rounds, I can just hear the 911 call...."officer someone is shooting in my neighborhood"
    the reply would be something like..."yea right".....click.

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    1. I thought about it, pooping off a few rounds, but I'm too cheap. I'd rather save the ammo in case the democritters attack.

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  6. I missed the show. It wasn't a big TeeWee night around here.

    I did NOT spend the evening shooting colored and sparkly rockets in the back yard and listening to the kids across the street squeal and cheer.

    That sort of thing has been deemed too dangerous for mere citizens.

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    1. I understand my friend, I'm much the same. Thanks, my good friend.

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  7. We went to bed early and slept through everything.
    Woke up to the news of fires from fireworks where houses in a town 30 minutes from here had to be evacuated because the fields and woods behind the homes were on fire. Approximately 1 complete block of homes were evacuated around 1:30 this morning.

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    1. That's a shame. We're lucky this year, well, kinda lucky if your home has been destroyed by flood waters. But anyway, we're too wet to burn. Thanks, Sweet Sandy.

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    2. Excuse me....I meant 'has not' been destroyed...need more coffee.

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  8. Happy 4th of July ... I missed it all.

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    1. My friend, you didn't miss much...thanks.

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  9. it was too dry here for fireworks and i forgot to watch it on tv. But I did see a video of San Diegos going up all at once

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    1. Corey, San Diego wanted a quick and easy show...heck of a blast. Thanks, my good friend.

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  10. Our dog is scared to go outside to pee, even though it's all over.

    Right now, it's midnight, so it's July 6 already. I can't sleep. I want a cup of coffee and know it's a 'no no' this late. Rules rules rules. I guess I'll just sit up until it's officially coffee time.

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    1. Sweet One, I sure feel your pain. I have many, many of those nights. I break the rules though and have my coffee. I mean, heck, I'm awake so why not. Thanks, my lovely friend.

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