A flag at half-staff, but who died?

A flag at half-staff, but who died?

There are 1 comment on the The Minneapolis-St. Paul Pioneer Press story from Jul 30, 2006, titled A flag at half-staff, but who died?. In it, The Minneapolis-St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that:

When Jeff Teekasingh sees a flag at half-staff, it makes him half-sad. Gazing at the flagpoles of the state Capitol from an auto-repair shop on Rice Street, he said, 'It means someone important has died.' ...

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Shannon Seim

Rowland Heights, CA

#1 Jul 31, 2006
It may get repetitive but the fact of the matter is it's the brave men and women that make this Country and every state in between the best in the world. Thier sacrifice needs to be honored and what better way of being honored than having the stars and stripes fly at half mast. Just my thoughts

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