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GalleryPlayer goes patriotic with free digital American Flag

Matt Burns
June 23, 2006
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GalleryPlayer is getting ready for the 4th of July and wants to give you a digital American Flag along other classic American icons. You remember GalleryPlayer right? They turn your HDTV into an art masterpiece through their PC based software. Normally each piece of digital art costs two dollars or around 20 bucks for the whole collection, but not for the American flag set. Oh goodness no. We are positive that they are giving this classic American icon away with no alternative motives - just pure American pride. So if displaying the American flag on one of you most prized possessions sounds like a great plan, this might just be for you.

We can tell you that we will download and display it only if the anti-Broadcast Flag amendment won yesterday.

[via LetsGoDigital]






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