Not to dump, but:
1) Baton Rouge with the red field and offset escutcheon/coat of arms would be just fine.
2) Harker Heights almost immediately made me think of the Marlboro logo. Coincidence? You be the judge.
The unusual off-kilter division between red & white, and the oversized star would make for an interesting flag all by its lonesome, IMHO.
3) Inglewood, CA © cannot possibly be a flag. A billboard (as The Kou suggests) or a mission statement, perhaps.
4) Now, if Tamarac took just those wave-divided bicolor 'flaglets' and arranged them in a vertical, nautical flag-style arrangement mebbe I'd bite.
4) Andy Warhol's
Pelican on Acid
5) OC, Md 70s craycray 2 me . (I can recall weird similar designs in the auncient King of Prussia Basilica to the Dollar (no longer there on the newer swankier walls). There maybe similar eyesores in some of the underground stations for the SEPTA El(evated Blue Line) train in Philly, if I'm not mistaken (still there, possibly). Yipes!
Dormouse wrote:This is the flag of Tampa, Florida, which, on top of being an unusual shape, contains a seal, text in two languages and elements of five other flags: U.S., Spanish, British, Italian and French. Oh, and there is a hidden "H" and "T" in the mix.
I thought that was an H + K in the flag. Whatevs.