This week’s assignment from the League: Patriotic Pop Culture

patriotic pop culture

Next week, the League will be taking a break to honor the Fourth of July, so the purpose of this week’s topic is to get you in the holiday spirit:

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Patriotic pop culture. What movie, TV show, comic book, etc. makes you want to stand up and salute Old Glory?

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Now, I realize some of you may not be in the United States, so feel free to express patriotism for your own homeland.

Once you put up a post on your site add a comment below with the URL. Next Monday, I will put up a post here on Cool & Collected with a list of all the contributing blogs. Once that list is posted, if you haven’t already done so, try to incorporate at least three of your fellow League members’ links (but more would be great!) into the article you wrote on your site.

By cross-posting like this, we will help each other out by sending new readers to each other’s sites. Have fun!

 

(Wondering what the heck this is all about? We’re recruiting for this loose-knit, rag tag crew! Here are the details for joining The League.)

Comments

    • says

      Glad to have you join the League Newt! I think Kevin at Team Hellions is going to be happy to have a fellow wrestling fan among our ranks.

    • says

      Nope, you didn’t screw up. I got your email but if you post a comment on the topic page, the rest of the world will see your link before the recap is posted, so you get more bang for your buck by putting up a comment.

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  1. [...] The assignment for the week asked what gets your patriotic juices pumping. Every week, I am pleasantly surprised by the thought and creativity that goes into the responses. None of us went for the obvious big ones, such as Red Dawn, Saving Private Ryan, orBand of Brothers (but I wanted to!). Here is what makes the League proud to be American… [...]

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