Two Hundred and Forty One years ago today, the Declaration of Independence was ratified by the Second Continental Congress. The Fifty Six men who would all eventually sign the declaration of independence put their necks, their families lives, and their livelihoods on the line for FREEDOM and independence from Great Britain. The actions of these men, their families who supported them, and the tens of thousands of men who fought against all odds in the Revolutionary War all believed in one founding principle, Freedom.
Unfortunately, we were unable to record the podcast this weekend. Dr. Don had company, so he was unable to join us. We’ll be back, however, next week with a brand new episode full of high jinx and laughter. While you’re waiting on the next Episode of Kilos of Craic, have a listen to last weeks show. Thanks again for subscribing, listening, and watching the show! 🙂
In Episode 2 of Kilos of Craic, Brian F., Dr. Don, and myself discuss the amazingly classic VW Beetle, our favorite year of the beetle, our first cars, Memorial Day, what it really means, and those in our own families that fought for our freedom. Brian goes on a rant about “Irregardless” not being a word and the misuse of “Xenophobia“. We also talk about the best “Honest” search engines on the net, like Dogpile and Duckduckgo. And finally, we talk about all the tech we loved in the 80’s and the movie, Tron.
Kilos of Craic – Memorial Day Special Kilos of Craic