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July 4th holiday timeout
Monday - 7/4/2011, 2:01am EDT
And, if today finds you at work, that's good too. Maybe not for you but certainly for us. Because what you are doing and where you are doing it is probably good for our health, safety and security. Even if we can't see you.
Most media outlets find that readers, listeners and viewers drop off on holidays, which makes sense. So we are saving a real, true-blue July 4th column for tomorrow, July 5, when lots of us will be back to work. Enjoy today and check it out tomorrow. It will make you very proud to be an American.
Happy holiday. Check this space tomorrow. Trust me...
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Nearly Useless Factoid
By Julia Ziegler
According to WeirdFacts.com (my new favorite website), the Statue of Liberty's fingernails weigh about 100 pounds each.
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