Now I have an avtar too

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  1. D_Coyne Toss

    D_Coyne Toss New Member

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    I have an avtar too now: my Homeland's Flag. God bless my beloved country. For all Italians, Italians abroad, and everybody who helped us and loved us in times of sorrow and joy. Thank you America for granting our freedom.
     
  2. belinoitaliano

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    Amen!
     
  3. db03

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    Thats the Irish flag dude!!

    Could just be my computer though!!! :p
     
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    The Irish flag has like a orangy amber colour on the right
     
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    NelsonMuntz84:
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    The Irish flag has like a orangy amber colour on the right
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    Its orange, its green for the catholics, white for peace, and orange for protestant, of course its not the flag if there was to ever be a united ireland.

    Actually because of my laptop I thought it was an Irish tri-colour too :lol:
     
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    Well ya it would cos there would still be prodestants and catholics regardless of the political situation.
     
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    NelsonMuntz84:
    It wouldn't, you'd see a new flag because the protestant population would never accept it, and the tri-colour was never the flag of a united Ireland anyway, the Harp on sky blue was.
     
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