100 great things about America by Fortune Editors @FortuneMagazine July 1, 2011, 9:51 AM EST E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons [ Intro | 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 75-100 ] 76. Diners Stainless steel, swivel counter stools, and breakfast anytime. 77. Old Spice Those quirky ads brought it back into the public eye, but the iconic red stick has been sweetening your scent since 1938. 78. Disneyland/Disney World Parents and kids simply say they’re “going to Disney.” 79. Philly cheesesteaks Pat’s, Geno’s — or Jim’s. Often imitated, never duplicated. 80. Xerox PARC The Silicon Valley lab where Ethernet and laser printing were born; a veritable genius center for the hatching of big tech ideas. 81. Tina Fey Don’t judge Bossypants by its cover: She’s a comic genius. 82. Blogging We’re all writers now. Uh-oh … 83. Politicians who Tweet For better … and for way worse. 84. The Gulfstream G650 It’s fly like a G6, because it is one. 85. Coppertone sunblock Now owned by Merck MRK , and sporting the same logo of the girl and her dog since 1953. 86. Food-labeling requirements So that we can’t eat red velvet cake guilt-free. 87. Drive-in movies Believe it or not, there are still some 400 left. 88. Exxon Mobil Hardly loved by all, but the most profitable company on the Fortune 500. And that’s American right there. 89. Sesame Street The place for the ultimate celebrity cameo. 90. Starbucks How does it come up with new flavors of Frappuccino that seem to cost just slightly more than the last one? 91. Brian Williams Hard not to like his brains, humor, and 30 Rock appearances. 92. Mark Zuckerberg From Facebook to cookbook? Zuck will now be eating only animals that he kills himself. 93. Vineyard Vines, Ralph Lauren, J.McLaughlin Preppy clothing brands outfitting Nantucket-goers and wannabes year-round. 94. Sully Sullenberger The man, the legend, the miracle maker, and now the aviation expert at CBS News. 95. Steven Spielberg Jaws, Schindler’s List, Jurassic Park, E.T., Saving Private Ryan. Boom. 96. Girl Scout Cookies Creating Thin Mint addicts across the nation. 97. Subway Jared’s sandwich shop dethroned McDonald’s MCD this year as the biggest fast-food chain in the world. 98. Jeopardy! Answer: America’s favorite quiz show. Question: What is Jeopardy!? 99. The Pulitzer Prize Identifying our best and brightest in journalism, literature, and music. 100. National Lampoon’s Vacation The Griswolds’ epic cross-country adventure (see Nos. 2 and 63). What better way to kick off summer? –List compiled by Daniel Roberts, Eno Alfred, Tara Moore, Colleen Leahey and Fortune staff [The list: Intro | 1-25 | 26-50 | 51-75 | 75-100 ] Check out Fortune’s 2010 100 great things about America .