Quotes About Flags

Quotes tagged as "flags" (showing 1-7 of 7)
“People who enjoy waving flags don't deserve to have one”
Banksy, Wall and Piece

David Foster Wallace
“(Where do they get these giant flags? What happens to them when there's no campaign? Where do they go? Where do you even store flags that size? Or is there maybe just one, which McCain2000's advance team has to take down afterward and hurtle with to the next THM to get it put up before McCain and the cameras arrive? Do Gore and the Shrub and all the other candidates each have their own giant flag?)”
David Foster Wallace, Consider the Lobster and Other Essays

Curzio Malaparte
“It falls to the lot of even the most glorious flags to be thrown in the mud. Glory, what men call glory, is often thick with mud.”
Curzio Malaparte, The Skin

“At the modern time competition of the same goods and services became vast and everyone wants to win this race to increase their benefits, You can definitely win the race with our Advertising Flag we made it for product popularity and your benefits.”
Radar Marketing

“Radar Marketing able to bump up your business products with its Advertising flags that made with best material and designs, designs that relevant to your products.Take popularity and benefits from our mind of creation.”
Radar Marketing

“Give popularity of your business with our Advertising Flags tricks, we use selected carbon fiber pole that the basis of your choice which perfect for festival, country and Sport events.”
Rada Marketing

“In this city, the victors had delusions of grandeur. It was visual. Across the street from the hotel stood City Hall, sporting an oversized Serb flag that hung from the roof to the ground, a hundred feet tall, fifty feet wide, three horizontal stripes of blue, white and red, so large that only a strong breeze could make it flap. The flag, hanging over a building where, fifty years earlier, Kurt Waldheim worked as a lieutenant in the Wehrmacht, was meant as a projection of Serb nationalism, as though size were all that mattered, rather than content. I had never thought of flags as weapons, but in Bosnia, as in the rest of Europe, they were becoming the deadliest weapons of all.

p. 80”
Peter Maass, Love Thy Neighbor: A Story of War

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