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  1. Just saw this - Graphic Design intern position with the Packers: this gets at some of the questions above...
  2. I just didn't recall if we had seen a link to "Policy" or "By-law" like this before.
  3. Interesting (to me, maybe others) is that this is an NFL Policy per the rule change posting: By Philadelphia: Amends the NFL’s On-Field Policy to allow clubs to have an alternate helmet in a color to match their third uniform. But Color Rush is a bylaw: By Washington: Amends Article XIX, Sections 19.8(B) and 19.9(B) to permit clubs to opt out of the “color rush” jerseys created for Thursday Night Football.
  4. First Chuck Barry. Now Chuck Barris. Chuck Norris isn't nervous - because he's Chuck Norris!
  5. I've long been bothered by it. I've only recently ventured into this here corner of the boards :-) Fake edit - glad I caught that unfortunate grammar error before hitting <Submit Reply>
  6. Something is either unique or it is not. It can't be 'a little more unique'.
  7. Or there was always this. Ouch
  8. So, I spend much of the last week doing this: And just got a by name, first and last, shout out word of thanks on local (Milwaukee) sports radio.
  9. Funny - I throw a couple of tweets at ColorWerx this weekend, and now I start seeing some of you jamokes on my "You Should Follow" list :-)
  10. Right - but now they do. He isn't worthy of that praise since he killed two people plus himself. This was avoidable. He chose to disregard a situation that could have, and did, result in the death of three people. Real life outweighs sport in this case. Or at least it ought to.
  11. That's why there's an FAQ.
  12. The Dallas Cowboys beg to differ.
  13. Your (actually, the Marlins') second and third sentences are not mutually exclusive. ETA - We have a thread about 'do colors/logos/uniforms make you root for a team'. The Marlins' handling of this, by honoring someone who killed himself and two others of his own volition, will actively make me root against them.
  14. I'm hoping they just quietly remove it from their plans. No need to publicize it, just make the change.
  15. Someone tried to file a return in my wife's name last year, using her SSN. Other than being required to file paper returns for a few years for security reasons, it was no big deal.
  16. No. Again, everyone but YOU accepts the Mariners Northern Green as teal, and the Brewers '"whatever green" as, indeed, green.
  17. If 'some' = 'one', I'd say you're ok. I have never heard of anyone prior to you referring to the Brewers as having worn teal. Ever.
  18. The Giants and the Chiefs and the 49ers and the Rams (off the top of my head) all point out the inconsistencies in this design. I don't see it as nearly the issue you see it as. The same colors aren't all used helmet/jersey/pants. Maybe they should be, but historically they haven't, so no big deal.
  19. Into the media realm for the next few days. I'll be volunteering for NCAA Round 1&2 games at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee. I'm in media credentials, so media members will be coming through the group I'm in to get passes, information and the like. I'll be pretty scarce until the week is out starting at about 4 PM Central tomorrow.
  20. I get a Coors Light vibe off of the mountains. That's all I think of when I see the logo. Sorry.
  21. This. I'm not voting until you show that you've followed slapshot's advice.
  22. There's discussion about age in a uniform thread. Shocking, I know. How old are you, if you are over 40? I'm curious how many of you are older than I. I'll be 52 in February.
  23. The program for Super Bowl III referred to it as such. I used to own that baby :-(
  24. What makes you think the NFL is unhappy with how this is going? I haven't heard a peep about this other than in this here funhouse we call the CCSLC.