Rosedale’s Richard Trimble: “Hey, everyone, today is Flag Day (for those that don’t know it’s always the second Sunday in June) so on this Flag Day why not show that you’re a little patriotic and display the American Flag? Proudly! After all, it still is our country! THANK YOU!”
Hey, Richie, did you know? “It may seem like Old Glory has been around since the pilgrims first landed at Plymouth, but the official adoption of the American flag actually didn’t happen until June 14, 1777, when the Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia to pass the Flag Act of 1777. The resolution created an official flag for the country, just a little over a year after the Declaration of Independence was issued. The Act also gave some guidelines for the new flag, mainly that it ‘be made of thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new Constellation.’”
Mighty was waiting on the A’s on Tuesday and likes the Giants on Wednesday. The deficit is 1235 sirignanos.