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This was the first parade seen by the Eyes on Texas since the dramatic surge in flag waving which has followed the events of September 11.There seemed to be a noticeable increase in interesting variations of displays of the red, white and blue and other symbols of America in the Stock Show Parade.

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This part of the procession presented an interesting mix, combining two common Texas elements, but it was the first time Eyes on Texas had seen Jesus on the American flag.

rwb.jpg (34857 bytes) The Lone Star and the Multi-Star.
reb6.jpg (36856 bytes) One of the more colorful displays of the Six Flags Over Texas, although it appears one, the Confederate Flag, may be missing, so make that Five Flags Over Texas, seems more politically correct, anyway, not to bring attention to that unpleasantness known in the South as the War of Northern Aggression...
rwb3.jpg (24306 bytes) The Star-Telegram is Fort Worth's biggest newspaper, and this is their red, white and blue parade entry.
rwb7.jpg (49284 bytes) How many symbols of America can you find in this photo, besides the red, white and blue?
rwb5.jpg (31941 bytes) A cavalry of red, white and blue cowboys.

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