Boozle: Redneck 4th of July
The 'murica that many people live in is far different than the America that most of us live in. The 4th of July is the national holiday most steeped in the nostalgia of a by-gone era in our history. For most, Independence Day conjures up images of small-town America; Andy Griffith's Mayberry meets Disneyland's Main Street bedecked in red, white and blue bunting. The smell of hotdogs and optmistic morality hangs in the air while kids in barefeet run happily through the streets with sparklers. This is the "Great" in the phrase "Make America Great Again."
The reality is something markedly different. Those little kids have grown up, and so have their kids, and then their kids. Instead of sparklers, they're launching bottle rockets out of their butt cracks. The Americana of the small towns of yesteryear has evolved in a progress-resistant microcosm that has spawned a very special and unique demographic: rednecks.
So what happens when you mix the 4th of July with a bunch of rednecks? Let's see what the Boozle machine can tell us about "Redneck 4th of July!"