Aww. You banned yourself again...
Well, ill reply anyway because I've been thinking of my reply at work all day. >>425542>A non-US flag is at least a change lol.
I found this funny because where i live, sometimes you see anything but.
I think this is really a matter of where you live. Here, if you go to Johnston or Federal hill, the Italian parts, or if you go to oneyville or south providence, the mexican parts, not only is the Italian and mexican flag on every shop, house, appt, ect, all the fire hydrants and the lines dividing the road lanes are also painted in the colours of the Italian and Mexican flags.
Now, do i think they are super nationalist Italians and Mexicans come to claim territory or something? No, not at all, they are probably better Americans than average, but i think it kind of proves that to most people, this stuff is just festive and ornamental, not like some political or ideological statement.
It just looks nice. Someone puts up a flag and someone else is like "hey, that looks pretty sharp, i think ill do that too".
Most people dont frame their entire outlook through left right political ideological lenses and nationalism and all that stuff, sometimes its just a nice decoration.
Oh, the Puerto Ricans do the same thing with the painting of roads and stuff, but their flag is red white and blue so its not much different haha. >>425573
Its not perma is it? Just another week?
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