19 April 2011

Pride USA



I feel it. Can you?

17 comments:

Scale Worm said...

This Makes me want to break something. Maybe USA stands for the United States of Asia?

Unclelooney said...

An iron on picture of Dale Earnhardt would cancel out the whole Bangladesh thing.

brohammas said...

Its like a Chinese kid getting a tattoo written in English....
marketing to the foolish

Kcaj said...

Makes me think about flag burning.

Brohammas said...

Could we have been tipped off by the flag only having 12 stripes, or possibly we pulled a "Hawaii" on Bangladesh?
Perhaps we traded Delaware for the Bay of Bengal.

tintin said...

Bro - Good eye. Count the stars for me.

Anonymous said...

Sad -- reminds me of Brooks Brothers; almost every one of their shirts now made in China!

Anonymous said...

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Gregorius Mercator said...

I'm inclined to agree with Scale and Uncle.

Unclelooney said...

The site just crashed due to all the hits; and that was just tin tin.

David said...

I thought Bangladesh was just northwest of Oshkosh.

Dallas said...

flag burning? tin tin congrats on having glenn beck as a reader.

bootleg undershirts. relax francis.

hooker story was good. penicillin works wonders.

Zach said...

Well, a number of items at Brooks are made in China. But the stuff that really still matters like the must iron oxfords, are made in the Carolina's, like god intended.
Also, their Southwick made suits are still made stateside. Take the sour with the sweet, gents.

Peter Noy said...

Interesting...I counted 51 stars.

tintin said...

Zach -
Actually, there's only one BB shirt manufacturer and they're in Garland, NC. Do you know where needlepoint belts are made?

Peter- No surprise there.

Zach said...

tintin- I wasn't sure which Carolina. Is that where Aaron from Jack Spade is getting their oxfords?
Where do they make the needlepoints? The site says USA, but that is a pretty broad statement.

Brummagem Joe said...

Hilarious. Remember all those silly magnet stickers you used to see on people's cars expressing all the usual right minded sentiments (the fad like the ones still around has faded). Some of them had made in China printed in the corner.