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For all the fireworks folks out there

Please, for the love of God and this country you want to celebrate so bad, if you’re going to light up some fireworks please commit to doing it all on the 4th. If you buy 200 bottle rockets, mortars, Roman candles, etc. light all them bitches up tonight. Don’t be that POS who decides to that every following night is a good night to be noisy as hell.
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Registration Open, Catalog Available for ‘One Family’ 2022 Pin Celebration at EPCOT

This post may contain affiliate links; please read the disclosure for more information. Registration is now open for the 2022 Pin Celebration at EPCOT and the catalog for the event is available. The pins have a “Disney One Family” theme and the celebration will be on August 12 and 13. Here’s a look at some of the limited edition pins that will be available.
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Dear Amy: I was raised in a religion that did not celebrate birthdays and most holidays. In my early 20s I left that religion and do not practice any religion now. As a kid I did wish I could celebrate Halloween and Christmas, but my family made up for it in other ways. We went on vacations and had plenty of toys and gifts.
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