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  • everybody.

  • Welcome back to Flag, Celestron Friday.

  • Hope you like to be New Zealand episode.

  • So as you know, there's a part where I talk about the mistakes we made or the things that didn't quite make it into the video.

  • For one, I accidentally called it Queensland instead of Queens Tone.

  • It was my fault.

  • I wrote the script and I read the teleprompter.

  • It's not her fault I wrote the script.

  • My fault.

  • Sometimes when there's so much information going on, I get jumbled with words.

  • Sorry, I forgot to mention how Auckland is known as the city of sales have, like the highest boat ownership per capita out of any city in the world.

  • Filmmakers who come to New Zealand can get up to 20% in a cash grant an additional 5% for those that can prove that they can add economical benefits to New Zealand.

  • Also, New Zealand is more of a Marmite country, whereas Australia is more Vegemite.

  • They also have the first commercial bungee jump business in the world Are more golf courses and helicopters per capita in New Zealand than anywhere else in the world.

  • The Paul Merson north gives burn railway actually cuts through an airport runway.

  • That's pretty interesting.

  • He was also invented quite a few things.

  • The disposable syringe, childproof bottle caps, the eggbeater burglar proof windows.

  • Another interesting thing is that the island did not have any natural mammal species of them, two species of bats.

  • So the first inhabitants that came here actually had to make their clothing out of woven flax fibers and feathers.

  • On a slight, morbid note, the British were kind of fascinated how the Mori chiefs would keep the tattooed heads of their enemies in boxes as trophies.

  • In that regard, the British decided they wanted to trade for these tattooed heads to put them in museums.

  • Was this weird economy of head hunting with the ads?

  • Yeah, and finally, many Pacific Island nations have a shared culture of tattoo tradition.

  • And if you are not part of the community and if you meet someone with these tattoos, it is strongly advised you do not copy their tattoos.

  • These tattoos must be either earned or given.

  • It's considered pretty offensive if you copy them, all right, but anyway, we gotta move on time for some flag stuff now.

  • This was such a fun episode to film because I got to use some of the footage that I filmed when I was in New Zealand in the New Zealand episode.

  • Such a cool country.

  • I would totally go back if I could go for right now.

  • Information time.

  • The flag of New Zealand has a union Jack, just like many other flags that were former British colonies.

  • The background is a blue field with four red stars in the pattern of the Southern Cross constellation that could be found in the Southern Hemisphere.

  • And that's just about it.

  • However, Keep in mind there's some other flags we gotta mention is also this flag, the flag of the united tribes, and it was actually used before they became a British colony.

  • Also, you might come across this flag very often known as the Tino Rhonda, Tina Hirota, Tino Rhonda, tear a Tonga.

  • Basically, this is the accepted flag of the Moultrie people, adopted somewhere around 1989 90 90 the black represents take or Dakota or the realm of potential being the darkness from which the world emerged.

  • It also stands for the male element.

  • The white is take all Marama or the realm of being and light as well as harmony, purity and balance.

  • It is shaped in 1/4 or curling frond shape to represent the unfolding of new life and renewal.

  • The red is to faII owl or the realm of coming into being.

  • It also stands for the Earth humans, and also it represents the female element.

  • Now keep in mind.

  • In 2016 they did have a referendum to change the flag.

  • A lot of people kind of saw this as like a political distraction to keep their minds away from bigger issues.

  • There are many entries, but the one contender that was the most popular and stood up against the old flag was this one created by a guy named Kyle Lockwood.

  • Quite frankly, though, let's be honest.

  • Come on, we all know laser key.

  • We should have one.

  • I'm just saying what everybody is thinking.

  • OK, we all know it.

  • I should have chosen laser kiwi anyway.

  • Speaking of symbols, the coat of arms, the coat of arms contains ho boy, lots of stuff.

  • You have the shield containing the Southern Cross stars, a sheep with golden fleece, a sheaf of grain mining hammers and three ships representing the agriculture industry as well as the maritime trade history of the nation.

  • On top lies the crown of ST Edward's, symbolizing the ties to the UK on the sides is Zealand eah, the female personification of New Zealand representing the non indigenous inhabitants.

  • And on the other side lies the Mori wrong Got era, or chief holding a tight, haha weapon wearing a traditional kite, aka or flax cloak, representing the indigenous Moultrie population of the nation, of course.

  • On the bottom lies a scroll reading New Zealand on top of silver ferns, the national plant.

  • And prior to this, they pretty much only had one other coat of arms.

  • It was just the exact same thing, except there was a lion on top holding a union jack.

  • And at the bottom, it said onward.

  • So, yeah, that's just about it.

  • Which means it's time for geography.

  • Fan mail time.

  • All right, guys, we're gonna switch things up a little bit.

  • We're here in the studio, and today we are going to be joined with Hannah and Noah.

  • Welcome, guys.

  • Eyes ready and keep this year too.

  • You guys ready to open up?

  • Just some stuff and check out the fan mail you gotta do.

  • You guys know we always start off with postcards.

  • This is from Kate and Anthony from Vilnius, Lithuania.

  • Here we have a card from Leo, and he is from Sofia, Bulgaria.

  • This one comes from Crit from the Philippine.

  • We got two postcards from the Netherlands, one from burned and one from able.

  • You know, that picture in my living room from Kia was a picture of the exact same thing.

  • It's just not in black and white here.

  • I have a couple of postcards from Scotland, one from Francis from England and one from Ricardo from Madrid, Spain, from Paraguay.

  • And this one is for keeps.

  • Hello, Keith.

  • I love when you say just a few words and makes the video super hilarious.

  • This postcard reminds me your hair.

  • All these really cool.

  • We got one from French Guiana from Hendrick and another island, Maldives, from move fa and Melissa.

  • So this one is from Matt.

  • He's actually from Illinois's, but this postcard comes from South Korea.

  • This one is from what your first name is ripped off.

  • I want to say Chris, but I'm not sure postcard cassava also I have a postcard Hear from Shawn from the US He has a postcard here from Luxembourg, Luxembourg and burn me.

  • Ken and Keith were just there.

  • This is I'm from Brunei, but he visited Japan.

  • Well, this one is from Tiger.

  • So here we have John, a peep named Mitch, who happens to have three postcards for us.

  • Like he visited a multitude places.

  • One including the Finger Lakes in New York, the Youngling Brewery in Pottsville, Pennsylvania.

  • And out of all those Chernobyl, which means this car is probably a radioactive will actually get super powers.

  • Glad to know you guys went there.

  • You know you got back question.

  • Will you survive to send a postcard?

  • Three postcards to from the U.

  • S.

  • One from Taiwan.

  • Brian sends this from Taiwan.

  • He's living there.

  • We got Chelsea who visited the Parthenon in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • They built replica fromthe one in Greece and trends who visited Fernandina Beach, Florida.

  • So we got three here.

  • This one is from Jake in Missouri.

  • This one is from David.

  • He's from Los Angeles.

  • But he just visited Cyprus.

  • And this is from someone who did not put their name on the card There's airmail.

  • Don't write your name.

  • Hey, Barbie and crew.

  • This postcard is from Chris from Oakland.

  • Looks like he visited Morocco.

  • This one here is from Hans.

  • He's trying to ease.

  • He visited Stonehenge in the UK This card is from Kalen episode, by the way.

  • And finally I'm surprised we got thes Two of you actually visited Antarctica.

  • That's pretty cool.

  • And it actually has the stamps from Antarctica, British Antarctic territory and Chile in, I believe Aunt Arctic territory.

  • Would you say those people are pretty cool?

  • Zoe and Mike Thank you for visiting Antarctica and sending these in That is so cool.

  • And now letters.

  • This one is from J.

  • D.

  • From the Philippines, who made money for one of the April Fool's episode.

  • India.

  • Terra.

  • Uh, this is great.

  • This'll stuff.

  • It's so cool that people saying this is Chris.

  • He is from Germany and this is a choice.

  • Rice marked banknote from 1922 in Germany suffered from hyperinflation.

  • This is 50,000 marks.

  • Here we have a letter from Nick.

  • He is from talks away North Carolina, whose readings like specifically because how many languages can you speak?

  • Oh, official capacity for same you could you call the young?

  • My French is better than my Korean.

  • Well, I speak English to three years of Spanish in high school and he could say I speak a little bit of pig Latin.

  • Do this'll is Frederick.

  • Oh, letter.

  • He sends a magnet from Transnistria.

  • We talked about this in the Moldova episode.

  • This is really cool.

  • This is actually sent from Jason.

  • He is a military personnel stationed in Djibouti.

  • Thank you for your service, Jason.

  • Honoring our military personnel.

  • He sends this postcard from Lake Assal, which is Ah, really cool place in Djibouti is in our Djibouti episode.

  • And these hatch of the Djibouti flag and some Djibouti coins.

  • Jason, glad to have another friend from Wisconsin.

  • Jason, I was born in Wisconsin where you really I was born in Iowa.

  • I lived in Iowa, grew up in Iowa, but I was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

  • This one is from Berna and Ben from Zeeland with a picture of an island inside a lake inside a island.

  • So on an ocean Lee Russian doll to me.

  • All right, so let's do the packages.

  • We got Dexter from Birmingham UK.

  • Wonderful bend over these wonderful postcards does.

  • This card is so sweet.

  • This is from Janice.

  • She says I'm a 65 year old granny in Cleveland, Ohio.

  • I'm a military Rhett, veteran of both the Navy and Marine, Navy and Marines Day the hanky very old.

  • Found at an antique store.

  • These are hand embroidered during World War A souvenir.

  • And there's a broken bottle she found in Bermuda.

  • He also made you a phone passport, wallet to wear while you're traveling.

  • Thank you.

  • This is so so thank you.

  • Janice gots a package here with many cool things in it from Andrew, Indiana.

  • Now, Andrew says, Dear Paul, I love your show and everything You do.

  • A bootleg DVD of mission.

  • Impossible.

  • Rogue Nation.

  • Thank you, Andrew.

  • This right here.

  • He designed this.

  • Designed these grabs designed this.

  • Okay, this is the guy that tried to take your job.

  • Cat thing is really cool.

  • This is sent from the Pharaoh Islands.

  • Tevin.

  • He sent a pack of cards, has the Faroe Islands and some Farrelly's writing on it.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Tevin Tevin Campbell fund back is a voice in the name of the guy who had the song for a movie Eye to eye and stand out.

  • Oh, God, myself and no one I know you understand?

  • Said the world in motion.

  • I think this is from John.

  • He sent a bunch of postcards from New Zealand.

  • Thank you, John.

  • Super cool.

  • All right, here we have a package from Sloan from Syria.

  • We also asked here a little gift for us, which the bar of soap made in his home city of Aleppo.

  • Syrian soap.

  • It's most kind of earthy.

  • This is from Mario.

  • He is from the Katee, but lives in California now.

  • He sent us a postcard and letter.

  • He sent this little booklet.

  • Your bumper sticker Got a little, uh, bumped out brochures.

  • This is really cool.

  • David visited French Polynesia, Tahiti.

  • So they actually used the French Polynesian Franck as their currency.

  • Turtle magnet top a cloth, the traditional type of patterns for Tahiti and the flag of the Marquesas.

  • Thank you so much.

  • David and David's wife, Keith.

  • Come here.

  • You got two packages.

  • Most love from Dallas, Texas.

  • Here is Moroccan oil and organic Shea butter for those luscious locks.

  • Hash head Bay.

  • Thank you, Tracy.

  • This organic shea Butter Arkin Oil that was in our video and our Keith.

  • You also got this from Romania.

  • Hey, Romania.

  • Metal band.

  • That Romeo.

  • Cool.

  • That's really cool.

  • Oh, looks like it got broken.

  • I don't know how to pronounce the name of this band.

  • Is that the name of the band of you?

  • Is this a package from Leroy?

  • He is from Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

  • Edinburgh University from Nicaragua.

  • And he said some money from Nicaragua as well and from a bunch of different places and coins as well, and gives a little coin book.

  • Thank you, Leroy.

  • This really cool.

  • Okay.

  • All right.

  • We got this from J.

  • Uh, he's from Pocatello, Idaho, and he sends a shirt as well.

  • Pocatello and Ken.

  • He got you a mug.

  • I got mugged.

  • Great.

  • Out back.

  • In your case here, we have a package of pork.

  • Long Malaysia from a senate.

  • Some snacks.

  • So I remember you.

  • Yeah.

  • You were the guy in the video.

  • Yeah.