One of the images here: http://www.funzug.com/index.php/creativity/creative-carnival-paper-sculptures.html 

Reminded me that I haven’t yet posted to my flags blog an image of the flag of the planet Krypton, preferably with one or more alternate versions. One of the images here: http://www.funzug.com/index.php/creativity/creative-carnival-paper-sculptures.html 

Reminded me that I haven’t yet posted to my flags blog an image of the flag of the planet Krypton, preferably with one or more alternate versions. One of the images here: http://www.funzug.com/index.php/creativity/creative-carnival-paper-sculptures.html 

Reminded me that I haven’t yet posted to my flags blog an image of the flag of the planet Krypton, preferably with one or more alternate versions. One of the images here: http://www.funzug.com/index.php/creativity/creative-carnival-paper-sculptures.html 

Reminded me that I haven’t yet posted to my flags blog an image of the flag of the planet Krypton, preferably with one or more alternate versions. One of the images here: http://www.funzug.com/index.php/creativity/creative-carnival-paper-sculptures.html 

Reminded me that I haven’t yet posted to my flags blog an image of the flag of the planet Krypton, preferably with one or more alternate versions.

One of the images here: http://www.funzug.com/index.php/creativity/creative-carnival-paper-sculptures.html

Reminded me that I haven’t yet posted to my flags blog an image of the flag of the planet Krypton, preferably with one or more alternate versions.

Arizona now has marriage equality.

I found the USSR image above, and a clumsier version of the French one (yes, even clumsier than mine — there are, in fact, people who are worse at this stuff than I am), and made a better French one, then went on to make the Anarchist one.
My seven-year-old, looking over my shoulder, said he preferred the original image “because I like our country.  I mean our state.”  I told him I like it, too (and tried to clear him up on terminology), and was only making the other images for fun.  I also said I wished that there were people on the Moon right now, from many countries, and hoped that would happen soon.
I then made the last image, indicating that the Earl of Sodor had landed on the Moon, in hope that he would like that idea. I found the USSR image above, and a clumsier version of the French one (yes, even clumsier than mine — there are, in fact, people who are worse at this stuff than I am), and made a better French one, then went on to make the Anarchist one.
My seven-year-old, looking over my shoulder, said he preferred the original image “because I like our country.  I mean our state.”  I told him I like it, too (and tried to clear him up on terminology), and was only making the other images for fun.  I also said I wished that there were people on the Moon right now, from many countries, and hoped that would happen soon.
I then made the last image, indicating that the Earl of Sodor had landed on the Moon, in hope that he would like that idea. I found the USSR image above, and a clumsier version of the French one (yes, even clumsier than mine — there are, in fact, people who are worse at this stuff than I am), and made a better French one, then went on to make the Anarchist one.
My seven-year-old, looking over my shoulder, said he preferred the original image “because I like our country.  I mean our state.”  I told him I like it, too (and tried to clear him up on terminology), and was only making the other images for fun.  I also said I wished that there were people on the Moon right now, from many countries, and hoped that would happen soon.
I then made the last image, indicating that the Earl of Sodor had landed on the Moon, in hope that he would like that idea. I found the USSR image above, and a clumsier version of the French one (yes, even clumsier than mine — there are, in fact, people who are worse at this stuff than I am), and made a better French one, then went on to make the Anarchist one.
My seven-year-old, looking over my shoulder, said he preferred the original image “because I like our country.  I mean our state.”  I told him I like it, too (and tried to clear him up on terminology), and was only making the other images for fun.  I also said I wished that there were people on the Moon right now, from many countries, and hoped that would happen soon.
I then made the last image, indicating that the Earl of Sodor had landed on the Moon, in hope that he would like that idea.

I found the USSR image above, and a clumsier version of the French one (yes, even clumsier than mine — there are, in fact, people who are worse at this stuff than I am), and made a better French one, then went on to make the Anarchist one.

My seven-year-old, looking over my shoulder, said he preferred the original image “because I like our country.  I mean our state.”  I told him I like it, too (and tried to clear him up on terminology), and was only making the other images for fun.  I also said I wished that there were people on the Moon right now, from many countries, and hoped that would happen soon.

I then made the last image, indicating that the Earl of Sodor had landed on the Moon, in hope that he would like that idea.

Have five more stars quietly come alight on our flag?

http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2014/10/06/3576337/the-supreme-court-just-quietly-made-marriage-equality-the-law-of-the-land-in-many-states/ 

Or is it too early to celebrate?

I dunno, I kind of like the idea of raising a flag of thirty stars. Have five more stars quietly come alight on our flag?

http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2014/10/06/3576337/the-supreme-court-just-quietly-made-marriage-equality-the-law-of-the-land-in-many-states/ 

Or is it too early to celebrate?

I dunno, I kind of like the idea of raising a flag of thirty stars.

Have five more stars quietly come alight on our flag?

http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2014/10/06/3576337/the-supreme-court-just-quietly-made-marriage-equality-the-law-of-the-land-in-many-states/

Or is it too early to celebrate?

I dunno, I kind of like the idea of raising a flag of thirty stars.

At one of the Yahoo groups I still belong to, someone brought up the surprise distribution of a patch by Microsoft, apparently in a big hurry.  The issue, however, was simply making sure your computer’s clock accurately reflected the new status of the Russian time zones.

In the old Soviet Union, the time zones were very rigid and linear, and damn the consequences when large neighboring cities were in different time zones.  They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  Not so much these days:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_in_Russia 

They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  They may have changed that policy, also.

Looking into Russian time zones made me aware, for the first time in my life, of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast*: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Autonomous_Oblast

I read the article, hoping to learn of a thriving Yiddish-speaking civilization.  Alas, not so much.  But that’s life.

I was interested by their flag (which with its eight colors, exceeds even the flag of the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa).  It inspired me to design a flag which seemed to me appropriate for all of Siberia (the width of the tracks approximately represents the width of the region of relatively dense population which surrounds the Trans-Siberian Railway). At one of the Yahoo groups I still belong to, someone brought up the surprise distribution of a patch by Microsoft, apparently in a big hurry.  The issue, however, was simply making sure your computer’s clock accurately reflected the new status of the Russian time zones.

In the old Soviet Union, the time zones were very rigid and linear, and damn the consequences when large neighboring cities were in different time zones.  They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  Not so much these days:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_in_Russia 

They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  They may have changed that policy, also.

Looking into Russian time zones made me aware, for the first time in my life, of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast*: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Autonomous_Oblast

I read the article, hoping to learn of a thriving Yiddish-speaking civilization.  Alas, not so much.  But that’s life.

I was interested by their flag (which with its eight colors, exceeds even the flag of the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa).  It inspired me to design a flag which seemed to me appropriate for all of Siberia (the width of the tracks approximately represents the width of the region of relatively dense population which surrounds the Trans-Siberian Railway). At one of the Yahoo groups I still belong to, someone brought up the surprise distribution of a patch by Microsoft, apparently in a big hurry.  The issue, however, was simply making sure your computer’s clock accurately reflected the new status of the Russian time zones.

In the old Soviet Union, the time zones were very rigid and linear, and damn the consequences when large neighboring cities were in different time zones.  They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  Not so much these days:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_in_Russia 

They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  They may have changed that policy, also.

Looking into Russian time zones made me aware, for the first time in my life, of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast*: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Autonomous_Oblast

I read the article, hoping to learn of a thriving Yiddish-speaking civilization.  Alas, not so much.  But that’s life.

I was interested by their flag (which with its eight colors, exceeds even the flag of the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa).  It inspired me to design a flag which seemed to me appropriate for all of Siberia (the width of the tracks approximately represents the width of the region of relatively dense population which surrounds the Trans-Siberian Railway). At one of the Yahoo groups I still belong to, someone brought up the surprise distribution of a patch by Microsoft, apparently in a big hurry.  The issue, however, was simply making sure your computer’s clock accurately reflected the new status of the Russian time zones.

In the old Soviet Union, the time zones were very rigid and linear, and damn the consequences when large neighboring cities were in different time zones.  They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  Not so much these days:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_in_Russia 

They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  They may have changed that policy, also.

Looking into Russian time zones made me aware, for the first time in my life, of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast*: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Autonomous_Oblast

I read the article, hoping to learn of a thriving Yiddish-speaking civilization.  Alas, not so much.  But that’s life.

I was interested by their flag (which with its eight colors, exceeds even the flag of the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa).  It inspired me to design a flag which seemed to me appropriate for all of Siberia (the width of the tracks approximately represents the width of the region of relatively dense population which surrounds the Trans-Siberian Railway). At one of the Yahoo groups I still belong to, someone brought up the surprise distribution of a patch by Microsoft, apparently in a big hurry.  The issue, however, was simply making sure your computer’s clock accurately reflected the new status of the Russian time zones.

In the old Soviet Union, the time zones were very rigid and linear, and damn the consequences when large neighboring cities were in different time zones.  They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  Not so much these days:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_in_Russia 

They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time.  They may have changed that policy, also.

Looking into Russian time zones made me aware, for the first time in my life, of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast*: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Autonomous_Oblast

I read the article, hoping to learn of a thriving Yiddish-speaking civilization.  Alas, not so much.  But that’s life.

I was interested by their flag (which with its eight colors, exceeds even the flag of the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa).  It inspired me to design a flag which seemed to me appropriate for all of Siberia (the width of the tracks approximately represents the width of the region of relatively dense population which surrounds the Trans-Siberian Railway).

At one of the Yahoo groups I still belong to, someone brought up the surprise distribution of a patch by Microsoft, apparently in a big hurry. The issue, however, was simply making sure your computer’s clock accurately reflected the new status of the Russian time zones.

In the old Soviet Union, the time zones were very rigid and linear, and damn the consequences when large neighboring cities were in different time zones. They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time. Not so much these days: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_in_Russia

They were also on permanent Daylight Savings Time. They may have changed that policy, also.

Looking into Russian time zones made me aware, for the first time in my life, of the Jewish Autonomous Oblast*: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_Autonomous_Oblast

I read the article, hoping to learn of a thriving Yiddish-speaking civilization. Alas, not so much. But that’s life.

I was interested by their flag (which with its eight colors, exceeds even the flag of the “Rainbow Nation” of South Africa). It inspired me to design a flag which seemed to me appropriate for all of Siberia (the width of the tracks approximately represents the width of the region of relatively dense population which surrounds the Trans-Siberian Railway).

johnmburt:

http://alternateflags.tumblr.com/post/97904538290/log-in-the-new-york-times
A gift from the Flag Foundation of India — possibly as an expression of
gratitude that Afghanistan was no longer a part of India, and thus not
their problem.

A superflag for Afghanistan, a gift from the Flag Foundation of India — possibly as an expression of gratitude that Afghanistan was no longer a part of India, and thus not their problem.

http://www.silvesterstrips.nl/strips/uur-u/
An anarchist revolution in Russia in 1917.
Would it have turned out any better (or any more like what its organizers hoped) than the one they got…?

http://www.silvesterstrips.nl/strips/uur-u/

An anarchist revolution in Russia in 1917.

Would it have turned out any better (or any more like what its organizers hoped) than the one they got…?

Funny, thought I had already made a “Disunion Jack” post….

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….