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Comment: No, I get what you're saying. What I'm saying is try changing

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No, I get what you're saying. What I'm saying is try changing

your "perception" of it from the glass being half empty to the glass being half full. There are people that take offense at flying the the U.S. flag upside down, but I happen to agree with them. Same goes for a list of countless things people will let themselves get offended at. Believe me, I do see your point, but if you look deep in to it, I mean how far are we going to take this? It's all about attitude.

I have personally worn my red, white, and blues shirts to a few of these festivals and have never had any problems. I think it has to do with attitude above all else. Everyone's usually in a festive mood, NOT a fighting mood. However, I wouldn't wear it in Tijuana or Juarez Mexico at night.

"I think those who tried might get hurt. Same goes if somebody tried selling an American flag in Italy on the 2nd of June."

I think fear is letting you blind you a little, but that's just my opinion.

BTW here are a few Cinco de Mayo pics:

Notice the American flags?