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    Boca product line - New Packaging

    I get what you're trying to say, but at this point, "veggie burgers" are a thing of their own. If they started calling these "vegetable patties," lots of people would wonder why they weren't calling them veggie burgers. I don't think anyone is deceived by this description, or thinks that they're not going to tell the difference between this and a beef burger.
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    Logos that Look Alike

    The progenitor of all the "wishbone C" logos was the University of Chicago Maroons, who were wearing it as far back as 1898:
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    College Football uniforms- 2018

    I'm not necessarily against each manufacturer having a unique twist on collegiate block font, although I don't think it's that necessary. I just think that Adidas did a bad job with theirs.
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    Sierra Mist? Mist Twst?

    That's such a bizarre name. "Teeming," as an adjective, is primarily used to describe large numbers of small, disgusting things.
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    College Football Posters 2018

    I think you're right, but it would work better if it were GR18NESS. Still awkward, but at least it would be apparent what they're going for.
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    Players in the "wrong" uniforms

    Another piece in the Spurs-Raptors trade... I don't have a picture of Danny Green in a Raptors jersey, but we can agree that this is the wrong uniform for him:
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    What if YOU were the XFL Commissioner?

    I agree with #2 and #3, but with tweaks for both. For #2, you can't have line play with modern rules with no padding. On every play, 8-12 freakishly large, strong humans crash into each other. They'd be one enormous bruise by the end of the game if they had no padding whatsoever. If you're going to do this, you need to start plays like a rugby scrum, with offensive and defensive linemen already in contact with each other. For #3, compression tops should be a part of the uniform. We already use compression pants; why not sleeves as well? When I played HS football, I liked wearing sleeves anyway, because it reduced forearm cuts and bruises. Compression sleeves could be an extension of the Oregon State alternate uniforms from a few years back, and have design elements on them:
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    College Football uniforms- 2018

    I don't like Miami's number font - the serifs and indents are too small, and the numbers are too short and thick compared to the negative space inside. I think collegiate block should look like Clemson's. And if anyone is wondering, this chunky font isn't a historically accurate part of Miami's new throwback look. In the 80s and early 90s, Miami had normally-proportioned block letters with full serifs.
  9. Maybe the inclusion of red in his eyes is supposed to indicate that that TOMcat is HIgh. Edit: I see I was beaten to this joke. Credit to NicDB.
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    College Football uniforms- 2018

    Obviously I can't be sure, but I don't think it's just the filter. Adidas has been moving Indiana in this direction for a while. Check out their games against Ohio State, Wisconsin, and Rutgers last season. All those teams use shades of red that should be significantly lighter than Indiana's "crimson," but they look basically the same in these photos. And I didn't cherry-pick these, except to find photos showing the red of both teams; feel free to verify.
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    College Football uniforms- 2018

    The lack of stripes is a huge downgrade, not only because now the uniforms are too plain, but also because Indiana should be trying to own the candy-stripe look. They looked great when they had the pants stripes echoing the helmet. Adidas also seems to have moved Indiana from their proper crimson to a bright cherry red, similar to how they tried to wreck Michigan's maize color. Indiana should look like this:
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    Unpopular Opinions

    I usually dislike double- or triple-outlining, but I think it works well with the Saints' logo. It used to have a single outline, and it looked rather plain. I much prefer the Drew Brees version to the Bobby Hebert version:
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    Los Angeles Lakers 2018-19 Uniform Discussion

    The gold may be duller than the Kobe/Magic editions, at least in those photos, but that's better than the highlighter-ish color they wore last year:
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    College Football uniforms- 2018

    "The black represents the cloud of debris composed of soil, torn-apart homes, and perhaps a cow or two as the tornado wreaks its devastation across the landscape, just like the Iowa State football team when they play Texas."