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29 minutes ago, xsubsailor said:

I'm I weird ? Ok, maybe that's a rhetorical question so I'll narrow it down. Am I the only one that's bothered by seeing the Tennessee flag being flown upside down ? I see it at fire stations, city buildings and parks and businesses.


Is it upside down or just seeing the backside?  This one is obviously upside down, but when you see it flying it may just be the backside.

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That image is not upside down. The single star is always closest to the blue bar no matter which side of the flag you are looking at. The flag attaches to the pole along the red edge.  Even if it was upside down, the single star would still be closest to the blue bar.  It looks like they took the blue bar off the image, turned the red part over right to left and then added the blue bar back. 

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It seems to me or is it just a mirror image on cars so that drivers in the side-view mirrors see it in the correct position. I do not claim that this is so, but I know that sometimes such techniques are used specifically for drivers. I have a flag in my own house, but it seems to be in the correct position. I even bought lighting for him on https://www.amazon.com/Flagpole-Energy-Battery-Illumunation-Vont/dp/B00YBDA7DC/, since I want it to be visible even at night. I recommend this lighting to everyone who also likes such a home decoration. I do not see anything shameful in placing the symbols of flags or any peaceful organizations

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