America, we love you. We know you're going through some angst right now and are being a little impulsive with you're decision making, that's just the way it goes when you're in this phase of your national puberty. We know you'll make it through this stronger and wiser than ever before, if you just don't do anything that's going to cause permanent damage. You've still got the future to think about after all.
Stay sweet America, and get your freedom flag at full mast like ol' Bill with these unbelievably patriotic pictures.
It's that time of year again when Black Friday, the American celebration of great deals, is about to come busting down your door at four in the morning in the name of saving $5.64 on a Blu-Ray player. It's a tough time to navigate, but if you take the time to educate yourself with this list you'll be saying, "Move over Grandma, that's MY X-Box!", before you know it!
What a time to be alive, riight? In all fairness here, Sonic Adventure 2 did feature one of the greatest, catchiest songs ever in a Sonic game. Someone out there decided to take their appreciation for the iconic song a step further, and started up a petition to change out the U.S. National Anthem for the Sonic Adventure 2 song itself. The Change.org petition reads as follows:
"NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick has been under fire recently for refusing to stand during the performance of our country's national anthem "The Star-Spangled Banner." Because of the injustices occurring in the United States of America, the 49ers player disagrees with the message being conveyed by Francis Scott Key's lyrics.
"The obvious solution would be to rid our nation of the injustices Kaepernick is protesting. However, that would take a lot of hard work and determination that we've clearly been incapable of to this point. So, instead, I suggest to President Barrack Obama that we change the national anthem to Ted Poley and Tony Harnell's more upbeat and less controversial "Escape from the City" as featured in the smash-hit video game Sonic Adventure 2.
"Tell us, America, would you rather be reminded of the constant violence and threats faced by the soldiers of 1812 to get to this still-divided point in U.S. history or be set free by the rush of danger lurking around every turn as you follow your rainbow at the speed of sound?"
Clearly a joke, but now we definitely have to listen to the song!