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Keep it Safe

Today is the 234th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.  Though I doubt our founding fathers had intended it, Independence Day has become a day of sun worship, barbecues, fireworks, and alcohol.  Here are a few steps you can do to make sure your Fourth of July is a happy and safe holiday:

  • Sun Worship – Wear sunscreen, especially during the day.  Limit your time in the sun as too much exposure can lead to sunburn and the ever-disgusting peeling process.
  • Barbecues – Do not put the grill near the house or in the house.  Do not store firecrackers, M-80s, Roman Candles, or Dynamite near the grill.  The grill should be supervised by an adult at all times, especially while in use.
  • Fireworks – Do not hold fireworks in your hand while igniting them.  Do not light near other people, cars, houses, animals, or nuclear power plants.  Fireworks should be used only by professionals, but if you can’t follow this simple rule, then at least make sure you are an adult and sober enough to handle fireworks without blowing up extremities.
  • Alcohol – I cannot emphasize this enough.  If you must drink, do not get behind the wheel of a car or in front of a camera.  Failure to follow these instructions can prove to be costly.

I encourage you to have fun this Independence Day.  Just don’t be stupid while having fun.

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July 4, 2010 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , ,

5 Comments

  1. “Just don’t be stupid while having fun”..darn…now I have to rethink my plans.

    Comment by Bearman | July 5, 2010

  2. It’s work and home for me. No fun in sight.

    Comment by yellowcat | July 5, 2010

  3. Bearman. if you do it right, you can still have fun. And as soon as I know what that is, I will pass the information along to you.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | July 5, 2010

  4. Yellowcat, I stayed home last night. I live in a small town with little parking for the hundreds of people who head down for the fireworks. Traffic is a mess getting there and a nightmare leaving. I have learned to watch them on TV and to watch my neighbors set off renegade fireworks.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | July 5, 2010

  5. Yes…you have to watch those neighbors who aren’t too bright, and hope and pray they don’t accidentally set YOUR house on fire with THEIR fireworks.

    Comment by trishothinks | July 5, 2010


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