February 25, 2018
Even Sven and Ole could figure this one out...you betcha...
]Confederate flag’ spotted in Seattle neighborhood. Newspaper contacted. Inquiry launched. Oops.
After a tip from a New York Times beststelling author that there was a Confederate Battle Flag (which the author and the Seattle people apparently did not know is distinct from the Confederate flag) a newspaper reporter was sent to investigate this horrible crime.
From the article:
"The paper said it drove to that corner in Seattle and found a flagpole with an American flag at the top and another flag below it — a red flag with blue stripes.
The Times said there was no wind, so the flag in question was hanging down and not spread out and "you could make some assumptions that it was the star-filled ‘Southern cross’ of the Confederacy.”
What was the final verdict?
Then Darold Norman Stangeland, who lives at the corner house, solved the burgeoning controversy, the paper said.
"That’s a Norwegian flag,” he told the Times. "It’s been up there since the start of the Olympics.”
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