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  1. how bout this 1972 AMC Javalin here is the state of alabama state trooper cars (Meow)
  2. i don't really love these, but they aren't as bad as they could have been. this is just furthering the ARENA-fication of the NFL
  3. yeah i had heard where they had to back off a little bit on this promotion. I am personally not opposed to people handing out bibles and promoting faith...that is all cool with me. I am glad they won't wear the jerseys for the game. actually rick and bubba don't do their games- matt coulter and roger shultz do...but just imagine the confusion "Genesis 1 back to pass...the throw is to Hezekiah 14...he fumbles and it is picked up by Zechariah 22...Holy Columbus Ohio!"
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    Cubs WP

    Oh, I know it was the intentional design, I just felt for a desktop it was too dark. Either way, it's still cool. i appriciate it.
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    Cubs WP

    thanks...actually the dark was intentional.
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    Cubs WP

    I got bored at work...therefore I started looking for a better looking desktop...and when you can't find one- make one. right? so here is what I came up with...c&c....sorry for the size
  7. i think it is funny when stuff like this offends people (I assume some who said they were offended were only kidding, but still...) responding to the person who said this was bush of them to do....well, YEAH...this isn't the NFL. It is a lower-tier league and it is promotions like this that make minor league sports cool and fun. I am sure they will auction these jerseys off after the game (as they normally do) and probably give the proceeds to a charity or something. Good for them. Sampson was a man of great physical strength in the OT. Was known to be the strongest man alive. I personally think it is a bit much and I am a Christian...but I don't think it is wrong for them to do it....a bit odd, but not wrong or offensive. People really need to lighten up.
  8. i understand that, but the point remains.....when you look at the ring do you think "Yay our first bowl game" or "Northern Illinois 34 Troy 21"?
  9. is my problem with awarding rings. Troy didn't even win the Silicon Valley Classic that year if I remember correctly. Just another way that our society wants to take the "EVERYBODY WINS" approach. It makes me sick. No offense to Troy - I understand that it was their first bowl game and everything, but you should only get a ring if you WIN. It is that simple. that goes for you too Aubies...I mean, good grief the Eufaula Times/Golf World National Champions?!?!?...THAT goes to show what a joke Auburn really is. Sure give them SEC Championship rings, but don't go acting like a clown and claim a bogus national title. Call me when you've won 12...and if you want to argue about the so-called bogus Bama titles then fine- we'll say 7....but NCAA records show Bama with an extra 5 we could claim, so don't bother bringing that garbage line of reasoning to the table. To sum up - in a competition between two teams only ONE can be the winner. And THEY should get the rings. People need to stop rewarding mediocrity and failure in our society and give the winners the trophies and make the losers work harder.
  10. even as a huge cubs fan I can appriciate the city of st louis. I made the trip to busch II in 1999 and came away impressed with the old stadium...the new stadium looks like it will blow the old one away and I can't wait to head back to see my cubbies take down the cards. ...awesome looking stadium
  11. good question...i prefer the older one too...i don't dislike the new one, but it is almost too thin...i like the thicker one as well I guess they put the patch on the A-Day jerseys just for the heck of a side note I'd also like to say how much I wish they would take the names off the jerseys - it is a nice classic look. ROLL TIDE
  12. yeah that kind of sucks.... strike that- it REALLY SUCKS i do however love the biscuits logo
  13. alabama's flagship the article to find out more about that. as far as counting goes- most ut fans can't really count past 6 or 7 since that is usually the number of teeth they have.
  14. it seems as if bama will be sporting an anniversary patch of some sort. I don't know what it is yet, but I am working on finding out. It is also painted on the field. upon further review it is for the University's 175th anniversary UA News: 175th Anniversary
  15. Go SEC!! Not looking like a down year now huh?
  16. i also think the "braves" script would look cool on the helmet...nice job
  17. just the Alabama Script A for me
  18. speaking of email spam- I have found this to be true. My contact email address has gotten loaded down with spam...anyone have any ideas on how to get the spam stopped? I haven't ever really had this problem before, so I feel kind of dumb for asking. didn't mean to hijack the thread...nice work on the site. it's weird I am interning at a place in Birmingham called Kinetic Communications
  19. As I have undertaken the task of re-branding the face of my design services, several things have come into focus for me. I have my wife as a pretty good sounding board. She is design savvy as well, being an interior designer. She has a pretty good eye for design and is good with colors and all of that fun stuff. So she has basically been the only one to critique my latest effort at re-branding (including a new layout for my website). As my web concept has evolved, she has been giving me a critique about something that I don't believe is necessarily a "design faux pax". She, however, disagrees and says that it is not very consistent. The new name in question is a name of unquestionable goofiness. It is intentional and I believe it fits with my personality well- so in short- it works. It is different and unique and will stand out in a world of "Xtreme Designs" and "==your name here== Studios". It will certainly be memorable and unfortunately I can't reveal it just yet since it is a work in progress. As it is, I am learning more and more that simplicity in design is really a good way to go. So I want the layout of my professional site to be simplistic, fun and sophisticated all at once. Herein lies the clash of design minds. My wife seems to think that with a company name like the one I have chosen- a sophisticated "professional" design will not work. She contends that a silly name should mean a silly, fun and quirky site. Now don't get me wrong, the idea I have in mind is somewhere in between professional and fun, but at its core it leans towards professional. Here is my theory on the issue. Colors go a long way in making someone viewing a design or a website feel a certain way and get a certain idea about that particular site. You can keep a fun feel in the design by using fun colors. The design itself can be straight laced and professional as they come, but the colors are what really give the site/design a mood. Adding a few little fun details (images, icons, etc) can make the same professional design bridge the gap between professional and fun. So what are your thoughts? Professional and Fun - can they co-exist?
  20. to answer DC earlier in this thread- Bama had a high RPI and played the 5th best schedule in the nation...and also won 10 conference games in the SEC- all of that after losing their best player (Chuck Davis) Roll Tide 90-85!!!
  21. and the "tv numbers" are there...from what i recall that was one of the big question marks about these