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Say something of the next country!

#1
Its very simple the next person must say anything as long its correct of the country the above users says.

example:

I: Brazil
You: The Amazon River is there,
you again: India
Next person: place where 2 religions started (Hinduism-Buddhism)

You got to say something small about the country in question. Can be:

Facts: Things that are really there or is in that country
opinion: A thing of that country, you give your opinion about.
Imagine: If you don't know the country well, you can say something the country people have done or what food they have you like, and maybe isn't there food. (use when your not sure)

To start of I shall say:

"France"

Next person says something about France and gives up a other country.
 

Fred Sherman

Well-known member
#10
Is Texas a country now? ;)
Depends on who you ask!
Seriously, Texas was an independent nation and as such, has courtesies extended to it that other states do not. For instance, the Texas flag can fly at the same height as the US flag, while other states must be flown lower.
There's also alot of Americans not from Texas who would tell you we'e different, but I'm not sure they mean it in a positive way.
So....Texas is on the clock...
 

Jason

Well-known member
#19
Depends on who you ask!
Seriously, Texas was an independent nation and as such, has courtesies extended to it that other states do not. For instance, the Texas flag can fly at the same height as the US flag, while other states must be flown lower.
There's also alot of Americans not from Texas who would tell you we'e different, but I'm not sure they mean it in a positive way.
So....Texas is on the clock...
That's an urban legend. Any state flag can be flown at the same height (unless within a group), if on separate staffs, and below if on the same staff. The only thing that should be flown above the national flag is a church pennant when religious services are conducted on a Naval ship at sea.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Texas#Urban_legend
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Flag_Code
http://www.snopes.com/history/american/texasflag.asp
http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/GV/htm/GV.3100.htm