Symbolic holster Example 2

Submitted by:  Gary Marbut, Missoula

Student:  No

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A 15" square of red plastic.  This particular piece of plastic comes from Pacific Steel, a vendor of steel products.  These red flags are provided to customers who need to use them to mark overlength loads of steel products.  Any steel products vendor will probably have these flags and would likely give them free (a few at a time) to needful college students.


Tuck it into your belt where you would wear a holster.  When your friends ask why, engage them in conversation.

Surely you can come up with a better symbolic idea than this: