I decided to take the long way home today and I saw someone's house with an original 13 colony American flag, but it was flown upside down. Does this have some kind of symbolic meaning that I don't know about?

I only saw it in passing so I didn't get a chance to take a picture of it. Also I didn't take the time to count the stars but I'm pretty sure it was the 13 star flag.


Here is the flag in question if anyone was wondering


Edit: Unfortunately I live in a small town in the south (Arkansas) if that helps any

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I've heard a theory that settlers of colonies or from a diaspora community retain older versions of accents and dialects, meaning that American colonists potentially are closer to what Georgians and Jacobeans would've sounded over modern speakers in England. How much of this is true?
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Thoughts on colony lyrics meaning

Hello to all, the other day i was listening colony album and song colony came up. While listening the song I was thinking about the lyrics. What do you think he is singing about;

In your world, you find me worthy In my world, I "parashoot" my life

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TIL that before and during the American Revolution, the English, both in England and in the colonies, mostly spoke with a rhotic accent, meaning they pronounced the r in words, like in today's General American accent. mentalfloss.com/article/2…
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Ffifty years on, the real meaning of the lunar landing is becoming clear: Within a few years, a manned space station will orbit the moon and later a colony could be built on its surface. Future manned missions to Mars could also be planned here. theguardian.com/commentis…
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Pesticides put bee colonies at risk: study. Pesticides used in farming are also killing worker bees and damaging their ability to gather food, meaning colonies that are vital for plant pollination are more likely to fail when they are used, according to a new study. abc.net.au/science/articl…
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I was bored on google maps and noticed that France has a colony under Newfoundland and I looked at the flag, the ship is Jacques Cartier’s ship, besides that I don’t know much else about the flag. Anyone know the meaning of the symbols to the left?
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[WP] You've just woken up from cryosleep meaning that your colony ship has reached it's destination. Whilst you've been asleep, however, humanity has invented FTL travelling and reached the planet before you.
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Guillemot chicks leap from their nests before they can fly. Scientists now believe this is due to higher growth rates for the chicks while at sea and similar survival rates compared with life in the colony; meaning similar risk involved with staying versus going. static1.squarespace.com/s…
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Colony numerical rating: meaning?

Anyone know what these values represent? Of course higher = harder, but the values themselves equal what? The top Hell Colony is 30,000, okay, but what about the colony is 30k, each enemy's HP? The Season Colony is scattered, ranging from 20k to 45k (does this increase as waves increase?). What does the season colonies' values represent, the same thing as whatever the Hell Colonies' values represent?

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Pesticides put bumblebee colonies at risk of failure, study finds: Farming pesticides are also killing worker bumblebees, meaning colonies that are vital for plant pollination are more likely to fail guardian.co.uk/environmen…
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What is the meaning behind broken cross and colony collapse on

I have recently started listening to architect's and I was wondering does anyone know the meaning behind either "colony collapse" or "broken cross" Thanks

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[2012-10-23] Pesticides put bee colonies at risk: study. Pesticides used in farming are also killing worker bees and damaging their ability to gather food, meaning colonies that are vital for plant pollination are more likely to fail when they are used, according to a new study. [science] abc.net.au/science/articl…
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TIL That Providence (meaning God's constant presence) is the capital of Rhode Island because the founder of the state, Roger Williams, found safety there after being exiled from the Massachusetts Bay Colony because of his religion. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pro…
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In a nudist colony, the phrase, "I like your haircut," takes on a whole new meaning.

Heh.

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TIL the original meaning of the name Carthage (ancient enemy of Rome) is literally "New Town" - (Carthage was originally a Phoenician colony) britannica.com/EBchecked/…
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Pesticides put bumblebee colonies at risk of failure, study finds: Farming pesticides are also killing worker bumblebees, meaning colonies that are vital for plant pollination are more likely to fail guardian.co.uk/environmen…
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