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I notice you edited out "salute" from the pledge of allegiance article.  Don't those in uniform salute?  (and check out the salute article, it defines both) I'm trying to remember my Boy Scout days, did we salute or do the "hand on my heart" thing?  It doesn't say anythign about facing the Flag now, which was implicit in saluting it. I'd prefer to continue this conversation on the pledge page, of course.  I just put it here so you'd notice.  [[User:Human|Human]] 23:20, 29 April 2007 (EDT)
 
I notice you edited out "salute" from the pledge of allegiance article.  Don't those in uniform salute?  (and check out the salute article, it defines both) I'm trying to remember my Boy Scout days, did we salute or do the "hand on my heart" thing?  It doesn't say anythign about facing the Flag now, which was implicit in saluting it. I'd prefer to continue this conversation on the pledge page, of course.  I just put it here so you'd notice.  [[User:Human|Human]] 23:20, 29 April 2007 (EDT)
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Please don't call anybody a "faggot."  That is hurtful and rude.  Ultimately, it makes you look like a jerk.  --[[User:JeffersonDarcy|JeffersonDarcy]] 14:40, 30 April 2007 (EDT)

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I notice you edited out "salute" from the pledge of allegiance article. Don't those in uniform salute? (and check out the salute article, it defines both) I'm trying to remember my Boy Scout days, did we salute or do the "hand on my heart" thing? It doesn't say anythign about facing the Flag now, which was implicit in saluting it. I'd prefer to continue this conversation on the pledge page, of course. I just put it here so you'd notice. Human 23:20, 29 April 2007 (EDT)

Please don't call anybody a "faggot." That is hurtful and rude. Ultimately, it makes you look like a jerk. --JeffersonDarcy 14:40, 30 April 2007 (EDT)