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Christian Kühn
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  Everybody cool and happy on this joyous day?   Tuesday, July 4, 2006 (7:41 a.m.) 

Of course, 4th of July for the Ams around here. Hope you enjoy that; it was never big around these parts, though.

For the German, it'll be a good day until Italy will kick us out of the World Cup later this evening, and for the rest of you...find a good score and listen to it!

What else...uhm...yes...

CK



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  Re: Everybody cool and happy on this joyous day?   Wednesday, July 5, 2006 (6:44 p.m.) 

> Of course, 4th of July for the Ams around here.

Here was my fourth of July:

1) Went to Walmart bought Pirates of the Caribbean 2.

2) Listened to every last second of the score (except the remix of He's a Pirate). Proceeded to throw up in my mouth.

3) Ate a hotdog and potato salad.

4) Watched part of the Boston Pops fireworks display program. Many film scores were played during the display including: Zimmer's Stallion: Spirit of the Cimarron, Shaiman's American President, and Goldsmith's Patton. Awesome stuff and a great fireworks display.

5) Shot fireworks. We bought some that were shaped like Bin Laden (Biney as I like to call him) where it whistled a few seconds and then his head exploded. Frickin' awesome!!!

6) Watched Star Trek the Next Generation on DVD then went to bed.

Exciting stuff.

THE END



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  Content with it.   Saturday, July 8, 2006 (10:32 a.m.) 

My 4th of July consisted of a National Fencing Tournament in Atlanta. I didn't fence well at all and got steamrolled (didn't help that all my equipment kept breaking). *Sigh*
However, on the way home, I saw some half-a-dozen firework shows as I was traveling down the highway, listening to The Return of the Jedi. Good stuff!

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