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Sorry. This has nothing to do with instructables, but here is what someone I know said:

"I heard this yesterday on the fourth of July.

'and I'm proud to be an American
where at least I know I'm free'

What is wrong with that?"


Someone I know asked me that question and I do not know. They said it had nothing to do with punctuation or capitalization. I will tell everyone later (if that person will give me the answer).

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Kiteman

7 years ago

Free? In America?

>_<

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GoodhartKiteman

Reply 7 years ago

Sure ! Free, as long as you're rich and republican and get all those great tax breaks, because, as rich people, you need them.....then you can be just like O.J

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GoodhartCameronSS

Reply 7 years ago

Cool black block....what was supposed to be in there?

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GoodhartCameronSS

Reply 7 years ago

Oh, now it shows up.....when I was in last time, nothing but a black square.

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rojo.balloon

7 years ago

Ok so that person finally told me. It was a grammar error. :o
American is not a place. It says where. 'Where' means it is a place, but it is not.
:)

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CameronSS

7 years ago

You mean other than that it's a terrible song that creates a strong urge to cut off my ears every time I hear it?