Talking Points -- Things you may or may not want to know about the Second of July
I received a call the other day and a stern reminder that the correct reference to what we commonly call the Fourth of July is Independence Day.
It's not the first time I've been admonished for incorrectly using a term to describe an important holiday. I had to be extremely careful that I never wrote "Merry X-mas!" in a holiday card to my late Aunt Ella.
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