MCSO Law Enforcement Lip Sync Challenge

MCSO Law Enforcement Lip Sync Challenge

I enjoyed taking part in the development of this fun video with the Macon County (NC) Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Robert Holland and the deputies had a lot of fun creating this “Devil Went Down to Georgia” Lip Sync video as part of the national challenge set by police and sheriff departments around the country. I hope you enjoy it and share it with your friends and family!

Macon County (NC) Sheriff’s Office Law Enforcement (Franklin, NC) Lip Sync Challenge

We heard your challenges and we have accepted! Now its time for us to do a little challenging of our own! We hereby challenge Chiefs Adams of Franklin Police Dept., Chief Harrell of Highlands Police Dept. Chief Hooper of Sylva Police Dept. and Sheriff Holland’s fellow Sheriffs… Sheriff Hall (Jackson) Sheriff Cochran (Swain), Sheriff Christopher (Haywood), Sheriff Palmer (Cherokee) and Sheriff Nichols (Rabun Ga.). We do not own the rights to this music… & WE SURE HOPE YOU ENJOY… SHARE AWAY and let us know what you think. And of course… THANK YOU for allowing us to protect & serve YOU… The Citizens of Macon County! We live in the greatest place on earth!
~ Sheriff Robert Holland and Staff

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Video: Facts about the 4th of July

Video: Facts about the 4th of July

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Happy Birthday, America!!!
4th of July!

Fireworks Hotdogs and Sunburns
Kinda sounds like a country song I know…

But one thing it does mean… Independence Day!
That’s right, the 4th of July – the day we Americans celebrate our Independence from England – or as the Brits refer to it, “HAPPY TREASON DAY, you UNGRATEFUL COLONISTS!!!

Thanks to our forefathers rebelling against the King we were saved from the metric system, weird foods like blood pudding and big saucy bangers. We can celebrate not having to know the rules of cricket and never having to watch those Royal Weddings…
I mean they have guards with well-disciplined giant black cats…sitting on their heads, well that’s kinda cool…

and they drink tea…all…the…dang…time.

So the king started with his attitude toward the colonies, increasing the taxes on the colonists to pay for the French and Indian War. But the colonists were like, “hey, King Dude! Why are you messing with us, taking our dough? How about we just pour your tea into the water?” which did not make King Dude happy at all…and so on July 4th, 1776 the colonies declared their independence…which would mean war with England and the beginning of kicking the blokes out of our new country – AMERICA!

What about this Independence Day? What do you know about it? Is it just about cookouts, bad sunburns, and illegal fireworks? BANG BANG BANG!!! UGHHH it’s the cops!!! RUN!!!

This day is about the birth of our country and I’m going to share a few facts with you.

  • On July 4, 1776, the American colonies were declared free and independent States from Great Britain and its king.
  • Only two people actually signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 – John Hancock and Charles Thompson.
  • Thomas Jefferson drafted the Declaration of Independence on a “laptop” – that is, a writing desk that could fit in his lap.
  • Jefferson changed the wording of the Declaration of Independence from “the pursuit of property” to “the pursuit of happiness.”
  • At 27, Thomas Lynch, Jr., was the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence; Ben Franklin, age 70, was the oldest.
  • The Pennsylvania Evening Post was the first newspaper to print the Declaration of Independence.
  • Benjamin Franklin proposed the turkey as the national bird but he was overruled by John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, who recommended the bald eagle.
  • Congress declared July 4th as an official holiday in 1870 as part of a bill to officially recognize other holidays, including Christmas.
  • America’s oldest continuous Independence Day celebration is the 4th of July Parade in Bristol on Rhode Island which began in 1785.
  • Americans take their July 4 celebrations seriously. On this day, some 150 million hot dogs will be eaten!
  • Fireworks are a major part of the celebrations because the first Independence Day celebration on July 4, 1777, saw Americans gathering to watch as the sky illuminated to celebrate the new nation.

Here’s to the Home of the Free Because of the Brave. RED WHITE AND BLUE! George Washington! Bacon! Merica!

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Video: Westside Block Party

Video: Westside Block Party

Watch Video: Join us at the 3rd Annual Westside Block Party in Franklin, NC this Saturday, May 12 from 12:30-3:30. You’ll find the festivities in the parking lot of Appalachian Ace and Fox Mercantile. This is when Franklin’s Westside get to THANK YOU for shopping local and supporting the Westside. There will be tons of giveaways, crafts for mom, kids activities, food, ice cream, and tie-dye your own t-shirt! It’s going to be fun and we hope to see you there!

11 Beautiful Southern Locations in The Movies You Love

11 Beautiful Southern Locations in The Movies You Love

They are some of your favorite movies from the past 35 years. We recognize that not all of the movies filmed in the South, nor all southern states with films are represented here. That’s where you can tell us what we left out below and why it was wrong to leave your favorite out. (more…)

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