Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Reeforbust, Jan 31, 2006.
This is our local flag that is around 50 feet long.
Torn and tattered but still wave strong!!
The colors are so vivid and the definition is wonderful. My question is, how big is the flag pole?
United States Code Title 4 Chapter 1 The Flag
§8. Respect for flag.
k. The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning
As a member of the Auxiliary at American Legion Post 639, I beleive very much in flag etiquette. This flag definatly falls under the above rule, please notify whomever is flying it so they can rectify the situation.
I think the photo is very good by the way.
No Idea how tall the pole is but I would say it's up there!!!
The photo is beautiful...
I think it has a lot of character! I would hate to be taken down because I am tattered and torn and replaced by a new broad (Looking sternly at husband) LOL!!!
That's awesome, I REALLY love it.
Ha, I almost called you Linda...your avatar looks like Calliope's.
That's the second time I've heard that......I'm gonna go look....
HMMMMMMM......Close!! But no Cigar.....
HOW's That???? NEW Avatar.........:mrgreen: :thumbup:
I love the flag pic.......If it was new it wouldn't be that special!:salute:
Very nice colors and detail.
keep it up! it has more emotion that way! Sorry, I can't pledge allegiance because... wrong country!
We don't pledge allegiance to the Canadian flag anymore, never knew the pledge. something like, i pledge allegiance to the flag of canada under her royalty the queen of england or something like that.:blushing:
We used to pledge allegiance in our schools but since ours says "one nation under God", some people thought it was inappropriate? Forced religion or something...
I tell ya, the world just keeps finding stuff to scream about:meh: :er: Down we go!
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