Tuesday, July 04, 2006

And I thought it was the end. And I thought it was the 4th of july

Happy 4th July.

To me it means:

and


But what does it all really mean??

7 comments:

Napfisk said...

Funny, but I was thinking the exact same thing, what's it mean? On the other hand, I tend to think that a lot these days. ;-)

Kieran said...

At this time I like to take a moment to mourn the loss for the British Empire. The best bit in the last fim there is the wheelchair fight. I'm sure it was only there for comedy value. After all, it was a comedy, wasn't it.

Aravis said...

Independence Day is a favorite of mine! *G*

adem said...

It really is a good popcorn fest of a film.

spinsterwitch said...

My cousin is in Independence Day! I was also living in DC when it came out, so it was fun to watch my neighborhood be anihilated.

July 4th seems a bit like Guy Fawkes day to me. Just a good excuse for a day off to spend with friends bbq-ing, drinking beer and dressing up your pets in funny outfits.

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Michael said...

good song quote for the title.

I've always made it a point to listen to that song several times on the forth.

I drove one of my friends nuts back in 95 when I had the cd repeat track 13, as I recorded it on cassette tape, to listen to in the car, nonstop, ALL DAY.

I'm such a dork. But good at it.