It's rare that I run on a treadmill but humidity here is already through the roof so I decided to run indoors instead of running outside. I have to admit that one of the bonuses of treadmill running is that I occasionally here a interesting conversation. Today was a debate between two gentleman about saluting the flag. I'm assuming this came up because of memorial day. The overall just of it was that one guy was upset that all the people at the memorial day parades would be saluting the flag even though they never served in the military. The other guy was arguing that it didn't matter if you served or not, everyone should salute the flag. I was raised that it is disrespectful to salute the flag if you did not serve in the military as the salute is a military gesture. You should however always stand when a flag is being presented. What's your take on it?