A BOX of fireworks is shown in a fireworks venders tent Thursday, June 24, 2021, in Sandy, Utah. July Fourth fireworks are a mainstay summer tradition for Americans aching for normalcy as pandemic restrictions ease, but the megadrought gripping the West means the colorful sparklers and exploding bottle rockets could be seriously dangerous. Some state and local leaders are banning them or pleading with people to skip lighting them at home this year. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
A Month’s-End Associated Press (AP) Photographic Celebration Of: BOX
IT’S ALMOST JULY 4, a day when We The People are encouraged to celebrate Independence. Less than a week before that, however, is the final day of June, which means The Brick House’s monthly allotment of Associated Press photos is dissolved. If we don’t use up those images, they don’t roll over to the next month, and that’s a complete waste of good Associated Press imagery pixels, not to mention The Brick House’s operating expenses. It is DOWNLOAD OR DIE.
Hmm Weekly has been placed in charge of burning those unused subscription photos. This month we invite you to contemplate: BOX.
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