This 4th of July…

…celebrate the freedom to be offended, lashing out with a perfect sense of security with the wall of anonymity on the Internet to be completely non-sensical, baseless in your opinions and thoughts, even bigoted towards people who merely wasted 5 minutes of your time for a sketch/a set of stand-up/etc. or sharing their thoughts on said sketch/stand-up/etc. or even several degrees more removed and in return you called them something worst than 90% of all slurs, mostly due to the fact that you’re adding all of them together, or wrote a completely unnecessary diatribe on why their wrong even though this is such a infinitesimal concern or one that’s best to be ignored to fade away, letting your most deep-seated beliefs out to the world in the worst looking way possible, despite them not having really anything to do with the non-issue that you’re on your digital and/or real soapbox yelling/tweeting/updating/posting/blogging/reddit-ing  about including this very gratuitous post about our freedom of expression

…and you still be able to freely eat BBQ and watch fireworks this 4th of July because there are currently places in this world where you can say a restaurant’s food is too salty in an online review and get arrested and detained for libel.