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Hey, remember The Fourth of July, 2003? We don't, but found this in our archives:

Fourth of July Fourthiness.

Independence is on the march, patriots.

& Recently . . .

Kurt Cobain's Ghost with an Invitation to a Fourth of July Picnic and Fireworks by Angela Genusa

"B.L.T.": A Review by Will Layman

Ten Tiny Poems by Brian Beatty

Angry Words from a Gnome Who to This Day Continues to Think the Human Genome Project Was Actually The Human Gnome Project by David Ng

Key Party, N.Y.C., Circa Always by William K. Burnette

A Day on the Phone with Mythological Norse Firewarrior, Bringer of Storms by Aaron Belz

Polish Fact

Military Manpower:
10,354,978 (2003 est.)
[Army, Navy(!), & Air Force]

Learn a Foreign Tongue!

¿Habla Español?
¡Choque y temor! ¡Misión lograda! ¿Qué guerra?
Shock and awe! Mission accomplished! What war?

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Silverman, Peter B.

Peter B. Silverman grew up in the often maligned, mafia-saturated streets of Howard Beach, N.Y. At age 12 he was a founding member of the dissident artists' collective, The Pink. During his Pink years he authored such distinguished works as “H.B. Rule” and “Wolfgang Pucked,” and coproduced the series of experimental videos “What You Are.” Following dissolution of the collective, Peter escaped to Los Angeles and landed several roles in television; most notably that of Fraternity Brother No. 3 on Fox’s short-lived series “Undelcared.” Today, Peter resides is New York City, attends law school, consults for the National Coalition Against Censorship, and continues to expand his literary oeuvre. You can peruse Mr. Silverman's artistic and academic acumen at, or right here or here on Y.P.R.

Excerpts from the Hipster Law Treatise
An Excerpt from This Month's Journal of the History of Intellectual Culture: “Shoe Shopping: An Interdisciplinary Case Study of the Effects of Political Discourse on the Marketplace for Shoes”

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