Personally, I think they should have went with what they made the "commemorative flag." I thought that was a good looking flag. But that one won't be an option, unfortunately.
Why change it... its like the new generation has OCD and zero attention span, they gotta change EVERYTHING... what is a man, what is a woman... gender in general, language now flags.
But if were going to change it, go with this:
It only divides if you allow it to. I think it is kind of fun. This might be the single best thing Dan McCay has done as an elected official. Not might, actually...it definitely is.I'm so glad this flag issue has come up. We were running out of things to divide us as a People.
I was just about to say go door-to-door in Draper!Lol I think you just move to Draper from what I understand 😂😉
I have no idea whose original thought it was, but I assure you I’m not wrong, let alone WRONG when I say the legislature decided it needed to be changed. They put it into state law, the only way it could happen.WRONG. They only voted to change it. What organization or individual put them up to it? It might have been an individual within the legislature but whose idea was it?
I have always heard that it came from the Arctic Circle on 900 East and around 450 North in Provo. That location was just a couple of blocks away from my grandads homestead and where we lived.
"Funeral potatoes" is a broad term these days. People do all sorts of weird crap to them, making me want to banish them from the state too. But, you know...diversity? Gotta allow some diversity. I'll allow you to not like funeral potatoes, but for anyone in this state that does not like fry sauce, you're going on a watch list.It has already been established that I don't get to vote on the flag, but the rest seems a bit harsh. Don't I get due process on the red fry sauce law? I actually will eat it sometimes, it just isn't my favorite. Can't say the same about funeral potaotes, I don't like the cheese.
As Michael Scott would say...SLC flag looks like a butthole.