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June 13, 2014


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You know, though it may sound irreverent in this context ... but: "Made by flagmaker Mary Pickersgill and four teenage girls" just reminded me that the majority of US American flags today are, while not in the US, still made by "teeanage" girls - but at the expense of their going to school.

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