The earliest use of a current motto is that of Puerto Rico, Johannes est nomen ejus, granted to the island by the Spanish in 1511.
A motto is a phrase intended to formally describe the general motivation or intention of an organization.
State mottos can sometimes be found on state seals or state flags.
Seven states and territories use another language, of which each language is only used once.
Eight states and two territories have their mottos on their state quarter; thirty-eight states and four territories have their mottos on their state seals.
Though Alabamans have no problem camping for weeks at a time with infrequent showers if it involves a NASCAR race, when it comes to other aspects of hippie life this state is lacking.
The closest thing you’ll find is Fairhope, a town in the Eastern Shore near Mobile.
Whether you are looking for a blonde, a brunette, a red head or a hottie of any type, Bo M is the place for you.
The above dating personal ads show only partial results.
Anytime you put the word “Cosmic” in your civic nickname, you’re pretty much proclaiming yourself the hippie enclave of wherever you are (except maybe the moon).