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Friday, September 01, 2006

where everyday is flag day.

i detoured through a sandy neighborhood today on my way back from yoshi-bux. i've been forced there before--if i remember correctly, jb dragged us excited about the display of patriotism.

we counted 20 flags displayed in front of homes. i made gagging noises while jb congratulated himself for living in a city which so proudly houses republicans. i think the city needs to rename it repub ave. it's only fair to warn the public.

gross.

7 comments:

pmk said...

Why do Dems hate 'Merica so much? Love it or leave it!

jb said...

You can always judge a man's patriotism by the size of his flag pole.

Justin2 said...

Yeah, Sarah,. You're either with us or against us. We all know that Jesus is American and the G.O.P. is closer to GOD.

Dave said...

you drove through the wrong neighborhood. you should have driven through midvale, where, if you're lucky, you would have seen my friend's house that has the address of '69 Cox Lane'.

yes, i'm completely serious.

ak said...

You sound like a conservative driving through castro san fran and gagging from all the rainbow flags - can't we all just get along?

Aimee said...

13th south between 7th and 15th east made me think of you today... Flags galore.

ACLU_guy said...

At least Ogden, I recently discovered, has the decency to paint on it's police cruisers a stylized flag that almost looks eagle-like at first glance to better let citizens know that it is a government sanctioned authority that may be infringing your constitutional rights(starting with free speech). Although, the over-the-top display led me to think the car belonged to some rent-a-cop home security agency at first...