These Links Were Made For You And Me


Links for 7/5/12, featuring Ron Swanson, a patriotic cat, and Charlie Day going America all over everybody's a**.


An Exclusive 4TH OF JULY EDITION 'White House Down' Storyboard

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Now that Magic Mike has been released and the chaos of the promotional tours and marketing has died down, we can once again re-focus on what many people are referring to “The Eventual Greatest Blockbuster Motion Picture of All-Time”.

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America, F*ck Yeah!: 20 Images To Help You Get Your Patriotism On

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In 2004 the brilliant Trey Parker and Matt Stone made one of their many significant contributions to the overall zeitgeist of the early 21st century with "America: F*ck Yeah!" Patriotism has never quite been the same.


Dogs Who Are Ready For The 4th Of July (And Links)


Today's highlighted posts, featuring a video of bulldogs playing tetherball, another dog chilling with some beers, and Uncle Sam dog.

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20 Reasons To Be Proud of American TV

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Real talk: we bitch about shows like "Two and a Half Men" and present-day "The Office" here on Warming Glow all the time, but really, we couldn't be happier with the state of TV these days.

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Beyond Dog Fort, Episode 20: Independence Day


Welcome to <a href="">Beyond Dogfort</a>, our original webcomic placing the <a href="">Dogfort meme</a> in the context of classic sci-fi.


Fox Wants Two Independence Day Sequels, With Or Without Will Smith

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Fifteen years after Independence Day made $800 million worldwide by <a href="">punching aliens in the face</a> and giving computer viruses to operating systems not of this Earth, Fox wants to cash in on two sequels shot back-to-back to lower production costs.


Humpday Mashup Dump


Good afternoon you princes of Maine, you kings of New England, you stalkers of In the offing for today: This is how Independence Day should have ended.


Alaska Learns About the Constitution


One of the things that really does make America unique is our First Amendment.


I Won’t Forget The Men Who Died, Who Gave These Links to Me


Last year I spent the 4th of July sitting on a blanket on a hillside in the shadow of the Iwo Jima memorial, watching fireworks explode over D.



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Fall's biggest comedy 2012 opens today, so it's time for us all to care what Roland Emmerich thinks.

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