4th of July & Blue Bell

What does Independence Day mean to you?  Blue Bell Ice Cream is again offering 26 free half-gallons of ice cream to use as you’d like.  Great for that Fourth of July party you have planned.  Simply tell me what Independence Day means to you and you could be the winner.  Respond here or send me an email at anthony@kprc.com.  It’s just that easy. 

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4 Responses

  1. It is about freedom of life to share with family and friends . The liberty to create , share , to express thankfulness to all of Americas soldiers past and present. Watching fireworks and enjoying the excitement on every face knowing this is still the best country to live in the United States of America in our pursuit of happiness.

  2. THAT DAY IS A VERY SPECIAL DAY FOR ME. MY SON WAS BORN JULY 4TH 1990 21 YRS AGO . I HAD PLENTY FIREWORKS GOING ON AT ST LUKE EPISCOPAL HOSPITAL . HE WAS BORN AT 9:15PM . THAT WAS A BLESSING FROM GOD. HE WEIGHT 9POUNDS AND 14 OUNCES.

    HAPPY BIRTHDAY THOMAS BANJO
    MOMA LOVES U

  3. To me independence means liberty and, of course, rights. It is the best thing about America. We all should be thankful that we have people watching over our independence and making sure we will be able to enjoy it forever.

    Independence is freedom and is something many other countries do not have. Every American citizen is lucky to have the rights they have. We should not abuse our rights, but should use them to express our thoughts and feelings.

    Most important of all, we should thank all those who made our independence possible and continue to protect and preserve it: the delegates of the 13 colonies, (especially John Adams, Roger Sherman, Robert Livingston, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson who wrote the Declaration of Independence) and the soldiers of the Unites States of America who protect our independence, before, now, and forever!

    That is my plan for this Independence Day.

  4. The 4th of July – I try to refer to it as Independence Day as often as possible to remind me of what it actually is. It is the story of the little guy against the big bully. The little guy has had enough of the big bully’s behavior and he has declared that he will take no more.
    Imagine the little “colonies” in The Americas telling England, “Enough!” Was life really all that bad for the people here? They must have had second thoughts after solidifying their declaration of war with an actual document. Think of it: the powerful British Empire against a newly not-so-organized nation with its own internal struggles. The odds were definitely in favor of the English. How did they do it?
    I may never know the answer, but I am glad the little guy stood up to the bully. We, the United States of America, have led the world in the struggle against oppression. We have led the world in striving toward fairness and equality. We haven’t always done it right, but we continue to become better than we were. I hope July 4th reminds our leaders that our government should never become the bully. I hope July 4th reminds us citizens that we live in the land that people still want to come to because of the equality, fairness and opportunity it allows. May God continue to bless America so America can be a blessing to the world.

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