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This week’s Twitter hashtag: #4thofjuly

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Posted: Saturday, July 5, 2014 12:00 am

#DearFutureHusband kissing under the fireworks on the #4thofJuly is a must.

Fireworks  or Gunshots  ... the hood will never know...

Did you know our national anthem, The Star-Spangled Banner, was written in 1812 but not officially adopted until 1931? #Jeopardy!

I like to personally think Will Smith for saving our country and world on this day from the alien invasion.

As you’re with your families today, think about our soldiers who can’t be home. Y’all are awesome.

Sprite. Check. Grill. Check. Friends. Check. ‘Nuff said.

Wear your team colors proudly.

Happy Independence Day! Praise God for America and the freedoms we enjoy!

Why is #indepenceday trending? Who started that and why can’t they spell?

Wave your stars and stripes with pride.

I met this French guy today and asked him if he spoke German. He said no and I replied with “you’re welcome”

Some girl is wearing British flag bikini bottoms and a random man said to her, “Hey darlin’, right colors, but we won”.

Isn’t funny how red, white, and blue represent freedom... until they are flashing behind you.

Twitter Trends are collected online at Twitter by Cyndi Carter, Lodi News-Sentinel Learning Link coordinator.

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