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4th of July Falling Plates

I had the plates turned around for the practice portion leading up to the match. Then the big reveal:

Falling Plates Pre-1801 Union Jack

I think we can all agree that King George was thoroughly trounced:

Falling Plates Shot Up

I think I may be wanted in the UK for a hate crime now.

9 Responses to “4th of July Falling Plates”

  1. Padre says:

    Outstanding! (Am I allowed to say that as an Anglican priest? :o)

    And it looks like your club has excellent facilities. Leaps and bounds beyond the rod and gun clubs I grew up around in NW PA.

  2. National Observer says:

    “I think I may be wanted in the UK for a hate crime now.”

    On the other hand there are about a million people in Northern Ireland who would support your canonization.

    Welcome home, bro. ;-)

  3. James says:

    Wow. Very nice.

  4. Differ says:

    Good attention to detail on the flag.

  5. I can see why the Irish might like it as you left off the cross of St. Patrick. Minor detail, and nice looking plates.

    • Sebastian says:

      Wasn’t on the Union Jack in 1776

    • National Observer says:

      “I can see why the Irish might like it as you left off the cross of St. Patrick”

      It wasn’t there until the Act of Union in 1801. With any luck, it won’t be there after Brexit leads to the unintended consequence of, a referendum on the reunification of Ireland to eliminate the EU “hard border” between the Republic and the Six Counties. 26 + 6 = 1.

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