I'm losing track of the Flaggers place in line...


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At this point, I've lost track. If this information is accurate, it sounds like Peytonsville has Danville beat by 25 feet, all the way around. I guess the Flaggers have their work cut out for them.





Restoring the honor!





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  1. So, Peytonsville being so close, I got curious. I found this: https://www.facebook.com/296162600410294/photos/a.475151725844713.124197.296162600410294/475151729178046/?type=3&permPage=1

    If it isn't on a pole, does it still count?

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    1. I think so. It still exists. It "is". So, yeah, to me, if it still does exist today, I guess it could be the world's largest, or is it? LOL

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    2. It "is", that's true. But, without a pole, without being hoisted to wave in the air, is it yet a flag?Couldn't we also say it's no more than a tablecloth? An oversized dishrag? Perhaps it's no more than a fumigation tent for that house.

      As to its claim of being the largest, glorious Southern Cross, I did some serious CSI/Photoshop forensics... The back of the "flag" is pretty close to the house. So, using the front door(which is normally 80") as a standard, I have deduced that the "flag" could be approximately in the range of 75' wide.

      Therefore, purely out of my personal enjoyment of seeing Danville, Peytonsville, Brandon, Fla, or any other pretender, blow up in a tissy, I consider this massive waste of resources to be a flag.

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    3. LOL! Long may she lay in the grass...

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  2. When are you going to start posting things people are interested in. You get more boring all the time.

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  3. Connie, in case you missed it, we just had an enthralling discussion about your beloved Southern Cross, and the apparent pointless claim of who has the biggest... flag. Just like with history, the heritage crowd has no interest in context or accuracy.

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    1. We know who doesn't have the largest flag... :(

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