Nebraska

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Nebraska was one of the last States to adopt an official flag, and it shows.

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Montana

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Montana’s flag is a remarkable achievement, representing one of the biggest missed opportunities in vexillology: they are one of the few places on earth with legitimate cause to put a dinosaur skeleton on their flag, and yet they passed it up.

Missouri

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Missouri’s flag is very revealing about how it sees itself – as essentially the Netherlands with bears. Indeed, it remains the only state where bears can legally find employment as sex workers.

Mississippi

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Mississippi ships the Confederacy and Serbia and Montenegro super-hard. Don’t read its fanfic and for the love of God stay off its DeviantArt.

Massachusetts

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Massachusetts drank too much Spirit of America and, hung-over, just slapped its coat of arms on a blank white rectangle on the day of the deadline. At least it isn’t blue.

Maryland

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Finally, something else! The unity of design in the flag of Maryland represents the unity felt in the heart of every Marylander. That is to say, very little.

Maine

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Look at Maine: anchors, scythes, trees and moose are all really strong symbols – California’s really working that bear – but stick this atop a flagpole and good luck making any of them out.

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