There is a huge rock near a gravel pit on Hwy 25 in rural Iowa ... For generations, kids have painted slogans, names, and obscenities on this rock, changing its character many times. A few months back, the rock received its latest paint job, and since then it has been left completely undisturbed. by Teenage artist Ray Sorenson.
Original postcard photograph (top detail) was used for the bottom postcard of Pyongyang. This card is an earlier version of done with exhortation to work for the New Order on reverse. The paper quality is better (not acidic and brown), suggesting it was published before paper quality diminished as the war depleted Japan's stock and before the Taisho company began publishing patriotic slogans on the backs of cards. 1933-1945 East Asia Images, Imperial Postcard Collection, Lafayette College.
Tired of right-wingers and teabaggers using words like "patriotic" and "freedom" as if they were the only ones entitled to use them, while they try to claim that liberals hate America? Description from bant-shirts.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images