Sport Billy

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  1. My Mom still says she's going to Famous -- I know she will be at Macy's. BTW, my parents babysat my son 2 days a week until he started school. He's the only 15 year old I know that calls a gas station a "filling station".
  2. https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2019/12/09/a-st-louis-artists-smash-the-patriarchy-image-went-viral-then-a-man-copied-it Original Copy ] I particularly liked this paragraph: Isn't that a straight out admission of theft?
  3. Looks to be a modified William Page 500 Bold
  4. Looks like a modified "Flowy Script Freehand"
  5. I really should change it. I notice you didn't deny that they are cheaters, but now that the Rams are gone, I should probably let it go. Forgot about it really. EDIT: Is that better? Oh wait, does that hurt also?
  6. The "Blues" is definitely custom. It is designed to be reflective of the Blue Note logo.
  7. Why Gold instead of the yellow of the flag? Currently you are using 2 of the 3 flag colors?
  8. Their old lion was ripped off by so many teams.
  9. Why do some of the letters appear smaller? ex: the "PA" look small in DEPARTMENT
  10. That's no longer used. Two years ago, they changed the name and rebranded. They wanted "St. Louis" to be first.
  11. I understand what you're saying, but can you express that your food taste good without trying to say it taste like a burger when despite being good, taste nothing like a burger?
  12. This isn't design related, but it has always puzzled me. I'm not a vegetarian by any means, but there are some very good non-meat dishes out there. I've always been bothered by Boca's (and others) marketing approach. If you told me this was a vegetable patty, I might eat and enjoy one of these. Why not market as vegetables? Why must they always call these things "burgers" when they're so not a burger? Why do they so often market vegetarian dishes as a non-meat version of a meat dish - "burger" "steak" etc? Why not just market vegetarian dishes as vegetables and highlight the benefits instead of trying to deceive me into thinking this is some meat replacement and I'm not going to tell the difference when I most certainly am?