And the All Blacks are going to renounce their black strip, lest they be mistaken for terrorists.
Perhaps this may help recognition of the fundamental differences in how flags and clothing and logos (etc.) are perceived, in their respective contexts and all.
Skull and crossbones?
Yes I'm sure ISIS/ISIL/IS considered this one's perception and reception carefully when choosing theirs, more carefully than JohnKey with his unerring understanding of these things.
.... still time to include it in Johnny's flag referendum
One small positive outcome locally from the ISIS challenge -- if there is going to be a flag referendum any time soon then JohnKey's personal preference for NZ to have a black flag with some sort of white bit in the middle is not going to fly.
According to Key says a "test probe" was built to sit on the Southern Cross cable.
Keith - your third bullet seems to have been spiked?
sharp eye for a tree
It's very photogenic! More gnarly with age than my mother on the seat there, refreshing old memories, making new ones.
She lived with her grandparents one block inland in the mid-1920s - across the street at the other end of that small reserve. Best years of her childhood.
The array of related but independent framed reflections forming a cohesive whole -
with just enough imperfection of the window frames relative to the photo framing to settle any doubt as to its artifice or 'reality'.
Would be great as a big print.
Don't know if this helps and can't find web resource to back this up but I'm pretty sure that is a Wayne Youle (Māori artist) tee.
Yeah, I don't think it helps - context and all that - but thanks and to Joe Wylie for the suggestion.
Looks to me John Key still thought his business was selling derivatives ...