The Aftermath of the 4th of July


OK folks… the 4th of July has come to an end. The fireworks have quieted down. Well maybe. I’m sure some of you are still being annoyed by the guys down the street who decided that one night wasn’t enough.

Anyway, here are a few things you may have noticed:

-Eating and drinking to excess

-Minimal clothing

-Outdoor sports activities including chasing frisbees, being dragged behind a boat

-The use of explosive devices that were it December instead of July, a visit from Homeland Security would be the immediate result

-Atomic grills being lit

-Possible pyromaniacs

Yes? You did? What? You were scared??!! Oh come on…

They were scotts! Nothing to worry about there (as long as you weren’t standing too close to the grill or launch area). You see, the 4th of July is one of the most celebrated holidays by scotts. You know, those wacky, fun-loving ones who never slow down. The ones you can’t not notice. No sparklers for these guys. Hell no. Rocket launchers, Roman Candles… the bigger the better. These would be in the arsenal of scotts on the 4th of July. Oh yeah, ground spinners too. They just love to watch other people trying to run away from them and have been known to create a contest complete with boundaries. Run out-of-bounds and you lose. So who are the last ones running in-bounds? SCOTTS!!!!

So there you have it. The scotts on the 4th of July. They’re sound asleep now after a non-stop action-packed 24 hours. But not for long…


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2 Responses to The Aftermath of the 4th of July

  1. what is the old expression (about scotts)? “I scream, therefore I am”
    Scotts are the active ones, stimulus-response action-reaction, always on the go, the life of the predator in modern civilization is not easy for these people….so the Fourth of July is the ‘free fire holiday’ for these scamps.

    • Very good assessment. There is always so much going on that it is nearly impossible for a scott to “stop and smell the roses.” Life is a constant flurry of distractions which lead to more distractions. It goes on and on. And so go the scotts. Too many shiny things. The 4th of July is the perfect outlet for a scott. It is a prime example of a view into the world of a scott.

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