Congratulations to the people of Wisconsin for adding another star to the flag of Liberty by embracing marriage equality: http://fairwisconsin.com/
http://redfieldsofnone.deviantart.com/art/Wisconsin-Gay-Pride-State-Flag-378707094
Beats the heck out of other flags Wisconsin might have to live under…. Congratulations to the people of Wisconsin for adding another star to the flag of Liberty by embracing marriage equality: http://fairwisconsin.com/
http://redfieldsofnone.deviantart.com/art/Wisconsin-Gay-Pride-State-Flag-378707094
Beats the heck out of other flags Wisconsin might have to live under…. Congratulations to the people of Wisconsin for adding another star to the flag of Liberty by embracing marriage equality: http://fairwisconsin.com/
http://redfieldsofnone.deviantart.com/art/Wisconsin-Gay-Pride-State-Flag-378707094
Beats the heck out of other flags Wisconsin might have to live under…. Congratulations to the people of Wisconsin for adding another star to the flag of Liberty by embracing marriage equality: http://fairwisconsin.com/
http://redfieldsofnone.deviantart.com/art/Wisconsin-Gay-Pride-State-Flag-378707094
Beats the heck out of other flags Wisconsin might have to live under….

Congratulations to the people of Wisconsin for adding another star to the flag of Liberty by embracing marriage equality: http://fairwisconsin.com/

http://redfieldsofnone.deviantart.com/art/Wisconsin-Gay-Pride-State-Flag-378707094

Beats the heck out of other flags Wisconsin might have to live under….

Congratulations to the state which gave us a flag of nineteen stars (and which still flies a flag of nineteen stars) on becoming the 19th state to achieve marriage equality.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/26/wisconsin-indiana-gay-marriage/14607195/
This is especially significant considering that the number of stars above the Torch of Liberty, and below the torch, represent, respectively, the slave and free states.
[I will make another post for Wisconsin, but that symbolic power of the 19th Star of Justice was too much to pass up.] Congratulations to the state which gave us a flag of nineteen stars (and which still flies a flag of nineteen stars) on becoming the 19th state to achieve marriage equality.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/26/wisconsin-indiana-gay-marriage/14607195/
This is especially significant considering that the number of stars above the Torch of Liberty, and below the torch, represent, respectively, the slave and free states.
[I will make another post for Wisconsin, but that symbolic power of the 19th Star of Justice was too much to pass up.] Congratulations to the state which gave us a flag of nineteen stars (and which still flies a flag of nineteen stars) on becoming the 19th state to achieve marriage equality.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/26/wisconsin-indiana-gay-marriage/14607195/
This is especially significant considering that the number of stars above the Torch of Liberty, and below the torch, represent, respectively, the slave and free states.
[I will make another post for Wisconsin, but that symbolic power of the 19th Star of Justice was too much to pass up.] Congratulations to the state which gave us a flag of nineteen stars (and which still flies a flag of nineteen stars) on becoming the 19th state to achieve marriage equality.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/26/wisconsin-indiana-gay-marriage/14607195/
This is especially significant considering that the number of stars above the Torch of Liberty, and below the torch, represent, respectively, the slave and free states.
[I will make another post for Wisconsin, but that symbolic power of the 19th Star of Justice was too much to pass up.] Congratulations to the state which gave us a flag of nineteen stars (and which still flies a flag of nineteen stars) on becoming the 19th state to achieve marriage equality.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/26/wisconsin-indiana-gay-marriage/14607195/
This is especially significant considering that the number of stars above the Torch of Liberty, and below the torch, represent, respectively, the slave and free states.
[I will make another post for Wisconsin, but that symbolic power of the 19th Star of Justice was too much to pass up.] Congratulations to the state which gave us a flag of nineteen stars (and which still flies a flag of nineteen stars) on becoming the 19th state to achieve marriage equality.
http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/26/wisconsin-indiana-gay-marriage/14607195/
This is especially significant considering that the number of stars above the Torch of Liberty, and below the torch, represent, respectively, the slave and free states.
[I will make another post for Wisconsin, but that symbolic power of the 19th Star of Justice was too much to pass up.]

Congratulations to the state which gave us a flag of nineteen stars (and which still flies a flag of nineteen stars) on becoming the 19th state to achieve marriage equality.

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2014/08/26/wisconsin-indiana-gay-marriage/14607195/

This is especially significant considering that the number of stars above the Torch of Liberty, and below the torch, represent, respectively, the slave and free states.

[I will make another post for Wisconsin, but that symbolic power of the 19th Star of Justice was too much to pass up.]

Keep it Glorious with a patch or two provided by Somalia, Turkey, Malaysia, Austria, Poland and China….

I pasted up this image in order to post this interesting collection of flags and also to give some idea of the sort of stuff Bruno gets up to with his alternate histories: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhotnq_PcsU&feature=em-subs_digest

The “news dispatches” are usually pretty silly, not as carefully thought-out as his single-subject videos, but enjoyable.

This is a reconstruction of a flag I saw the other day and failed to capture when I had the chance.

http://premovic.com/branding-slovenia-%D1%81%D0%BB%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D1%98%D0%B0-%D0%BC%D0%B5%D1%9A%D0%B0-%D1%81%D0%B2%D0%BE%D1%98%D0%B5-%D0%B8%D0%BC%D0%B5/
Yet another referendum on Scottish independence is coming up.  If it passes, will the UK change their flag?  Will the blue and white diagonal Cross of St. Andrew be removed, leaving only the red and white Cross of Saint George and the red-and-white Cross of Saint Patrick?
There’s a case to be made that there is no need to, since the Union Flag (and its naval equivalent, the Union Jack) represents the union of the British and Scottish royal families, which are still well and thoroughly entwined.
A red-and-white flag seems to be the most popular design, but it seems a bit dull to me.  I prefer the idea of incorporating the black and/or the yellow of the Welsh Cross of Saint David, myself. Yet another referendum on Scottish independence is coming up.  If it passes, will the UK change their flag?  Will the blue and white diagonal Cross of St. Andrew be removed, leaving only the red and white Cross of Saint George and the red-and-white Cross of Saint Patrick?
There’s a case to be made that there is no need to, since the Union Flag (and its naval equivalent, the Union Jack) represents the union of the British and Scottish royal families, which are still well and thoroughly entwined.
A red-and-white flag seems to be the most popular design, but it seems a bit dull to me.  I prefer the idea of incorporating the black and/or the yellow of the Welsh Cross of Saint David, myself. Yet another referendum on Scottish independence is coming up.  If it passes, will the UK change their flag?  Will the blue and white diagonal Cross of St. Andrew be removed, leaving only the red and white Cross of Saint George and the red-and-white Cross of Saint Patrick?
There’s a case to be made that there is no need to, since the Union Flag (and its naval equivalent, the Union Jack) represents the union of the British and Scottish royal families, which are still well and thoroughly entwined.
A red-and-white flag seems to be the most popular design, but it seems a bit dull to me.  I prefer the idea of incorporating the black and/or the yellow of the Welsh Cross of Saint David, myself. Yet another referendum on Scottish independence is coming up.  If it passes, will the UK change their flag?  Will the blue and white diagonal Cross of St. Andrew be removed, leaving only the red and white Cross of Saint George and the red-and-white Cross of Saint Patrick?
There’s a case to be made that there is no need to, since the Union Flag (and its naval equivalent, the Union Jack) represents the union of the British and Scottish royal families, which are still well and thoroughly entwined.
A red-and-white flag seems to be the most popular design, but it seems a bit dull to me.  I prefer the idea of incorporating the black and/or the yellow of the Welsh Cross of Saint David, myself. Yet another referendum on Scottish independence is coming up.  If it passes, will the UK change their flag?  Will the blue and white diagonal Cross of St. Andrew be removed, leaving only the red and white Cross of Saint George and the red-and-white Cross of Saint Patrick?
There’s a case to be made that there is no need to, since the Union Flag (and its naval equivalent, the Union Jack) represents the union of the British and Scottish royal families, which are still well and thoroughly entwined.
A red-and-white flag seems to be the most popular design, but it seems a bit dull to me.  I prefer the idea of incorporating the black and/or the yellow of the Welsh Cross of Saint David, myself.

Yet another referendum on Scottish independence is coming up.  If it passes, will the UK change their flag?  Will the blue and white diagonal Cross of St. Andrew be removed, leaving only the red and white Cross of Saint George and the red-and-white Cross of Saint Patrick?

There’s a case to be made that there is no need to, since the Union Flag (and its naval equivalent, the Union Jack) represents the union of the British and Scottish royal families, which are still well and thoroughly entwined.

A red-and-white flag seems to be the most popular design, but it seems a bit dull to me.  I prefer the idea of incorporating the black and/or the yellow of the Welsh Cross of Saint David, myself.

rosaluxmemeburg:

sensesfiannafail:

hey so since 4th of july is tomorrow, please be on the lookout for Ronald Reagan. he comes back every year this day to play pranks on young Communists

it’s all those flags people have out, he’s attracted to the to fulfil his insatiable hunger

I still think he isn’t actually eating that flag, just blowing his nose on it: http://alternateflags.tumblr.com/post/80145571691/veganbutt-sascoalition-obama-will-never-be

Literally, this time.

(via greatboobsfortheproletariat)