Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Attic Treasures #7

Stars and Stripes
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the lower 48



And those other 2, too.




Star-sparse flags are only valuable if "closely associated with a famous event or person." This one belonged to the bestest grandma ever. Does that count?

5 comments:

JR's Thumbprints said...

Your beta-blog looks mighty impressive; however, you need to give more computer time to Rock Star.

Michael C said...

Very, very neat. You should frame it for all to see.

ShadowFalcon said...

I've been meaning to ask, I was told there is a star for each state, does the states know which star is theirs?

Julie said...

I think that should count even more than a famous person or event!

PARLANCHEQ said...

JR's Thumbprints: Thanks. And did Rock Star pay you to say that he needed more computer time? :)

Michael C: Framing is a good idea, but it's pretty big...

Shadow Falcon: I guess I am supposed to know that, seeing as it's my country's flag. Um, correct me if I'm wrong other US folks, but I do not think each star on the flag is specifically assigned to represent a particular state, although it is true that there are 50 because there are 50 states.

Julie: Me, too. :)