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Flag Code: Tweet HennyWise koopa kinte Since "disrespecting the flag is still the narrative being used, this courtesy of the US Flag Code Chapter 10: Respect for fla A Thread 3:13 PM.23 Sep 17 38.4K Retweets 46.9K Likes HennyWise @koopa_kinte 5h Replying to @koopa kinte Let's jump right in US Flag Code: Chapter 10.176C The flag should never be carried flat or horizontally, but always aloft and free 45 t2 467 102K E US Flag Code: Chapter 10.176D The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery* 90 t 4704 9687 E HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h Here's a popular violation US Flag Code Chapter 10.176 The flag should never be used for advertising purposes in any manner 23 ta 4,706 9,147 HennyWise @koopa kinte- Sh US Flag Code Chapter 10.176l (pt 2) It should not be embroidered on such articles as cushions or handkerchiefs and the like. 017 3,187 ㅇ6,987 HennyWise @koopa kinte- 5h US Flag Code Chapter 10.176l (pt3) ...or otherwise impressed on paper napkins or anything that is designed for temporary use and discard HennyWise @koopa-kinte , 5h Since it's Saturday.. ﹀ US Flag Code Chapter 10.176J No part of the flag should ever be used as a costurne or athletic uniform 41 3.579\7.560 HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h Not covered in the Respect for Flag section, standing/kneeling/sitting. That's considered a conduct violation, not disrespectful. 19 1 260708E HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h Nothing in the Flag Code explicit states you have to stand, just that you "should: All the things I listed were outlined as disrespectful. 2 2230 4623 E HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h v So yanno, if you want to point your anger at the flag being disrespected anywhere.. the mirror might be the best place to start. Fin HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h Signed A 3rd Generation Vet 251 th 188 122 E cash.me/sMcBeardFace 018 tl 101 1.474 <p>Flag respect? (via /r/BlackPeopleTwitter)</p>
Flag Code: Tweet
 HennyWise
 koopa kinte
 Since "disrespecting the flag
 is still the narrative being used,
 this courtesy of the US Flag
 Code Chapter 10: Respect for
 fla
 A Thread
 3:13 PM.23 Sep 17
 38.4K Retweets
 46.9K Likes
 HennyWise @koopa_kinte 5h
 Replying to @koopa kinte
 Let's jump right in
 US Flag Code: Chapter 10.176C
 The flag should never be carried flat
 or horizontally, but always aloft and
 free
 45 t2 467 102K E
 US Flag Code: Chapter 10.176D
 The flag should never be used as
 wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery*
 90 t 4704 9687 E
 HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h
 Here's a popular violation
 US Flag Code Chapter 10.176
 The flag should never be used for
 advertising purposes in any manner
 23
 ta 4,706
 9,147
 HennyWise @koopa kinte- Sh
 US Flag Code Chapter 10.176l (pt 2)
 It should not be embroidered on
 such articles as cushions or
 handkerchiefs and the like.
 017
 3,187 ㅇ6,987
 HennyWise @koopa kinte- 5h
 US Flag Code Chapter 10.176l (pt3)
 ...or otherwise impressed on paper
 napkins or anything that is designed
 for temporary use and discard
 HennyWise @koopa-kinte , 5h
 Since it's Saturday..
 ﹀
 US Flag Code Chapter 10.176J
 No part of the flag should ever be
 used as a costurne or athletic
 uniform
 41
 3.579\7.560
 HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h
 Not covered in the Respect for Flag
 section, standing/kneeling/sitting.
 That's considered a conduct
 violation, not disrespectful.
 19 1 260708E
 HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h
 Nothing in the Flag Code explicit
 states you have to stand, just that
 you "should: All the things I listed
 were outlined as disrespectful.
 2
 2230 4623 E
 HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h v
 So yanno, if you want to point your
 anger at the flag being disrespected
 anywhere.. the mirror might be the
 best place to start. Fin
 HennyWise @koopa kinte 5h
 Signed
 A 3rd Generation Vet
 251 th 188 122 E
 cash.me/sMcBeardFace
 018
 tl 101
 1.474
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