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  1. Okay, ladies and gentlemen. I apologize for the wait. But here's what I came up with. I didn't get rid of ALL the black, but I did add brown to the logo. Part of me is thinking it's an upgrade from the previous variation, and part of me is thinking "Nah. It's not really going in the right direction here." So I'm having mixed thoughts as to how this came out. A couple of other things, I know you might prefer this to be a more international league, but imagine if this league was real. Who would pay for all the travel costs when the league starts? Sometimes, you have to start off small. Also, how ever you look at it, international league, small regional league, it's still a league on the same satellite around the sun.
  2. The league could go international. However, I would imagine the costs for travel and such would be a nightmare if there were teams all over Earth and with little money to start out with. The idea of this league began as a northeastern league that over time would expand further out into other territories. I didn't want it to have a northeastern name for this league just because it starts out only in the northeast. That's why I chose "Planet Earth Football League" as the league name. I have names for most of the 10 starting teams, and logo ideas for most of the teams that already have names. The locations for these 10 teams are currently: Portland, ME Manchester, NH Braintree, MA Providence, RI Springfield, MA Hartford, CT Montreal, PQ Albany, NY New York, NY Newark, NJ And all 10 locations are on Planet Earth. I can imagine brown working better than the black on the league logo. I'll see what I can come up with.
  3. I got the idea of starting a fictional football league. I don't know if I'll do all (or any of) the teams for it, even though it'll start out with only 10 of them. So, the least I can do is come up with the league's logo. I decided on the name, "Planet Earth Football League" because...well...Earth is the planet they play on. The aqua and green are colors that represent Earth (aqua being water and green being land).
  4. Toronto can't be that bad of a sports city. ESPN forgot (or just didn't know) about the NLL's Toronto Rock winning the 2011 NLL championship.
  5. Yup, multiple whines on the WEEI whiner line on that topic: "Hey Belichick, what have you done for me lately?!" "Brady, pick up the slack, ya bum" etc. Before the inevitable "spoiled brats" comment, the whiner line is a satirical portion of a radio show. Anyway, I am still on cloud nine. Last night was just surreal and when Marchand scored the empty netter to cement it, that distinct euphoria kicked in, that transcendent feeling you can usually just hope to have as a fan of any team. They did it, they really did it. Claude Julien, Chara, and that whole team fought through their shortcomings and mistakes every single time it mattered. The Boston Bruins are Stanley Cup Champions. How awesome does that sound? Too awesome for this planet! Hahaha...
  6. Add the 2010 Boston Militia into the mix. They were the 2010 IWFL Champs.
  7. I was like an 8-year old on caffeine after the Bruins won. I was just all over the place!
  8. The way they are looking, they appear to become the first team since the 2001 Lakers to run a perfect postseason. 16-0, here Boston comes - nobody can stand in their way! It's only the first round of the playoffs. As awesome as it would be seeing Boston have a perfect playoff run, and so far they are on that path, I don't expect them to sweep the whole playoffs. Anything can happen, though.
  9. The Celts have swept the Knicks! That is all.
  10. True and it will undoubtedly reach the century mark as well, however for now I believe Fenway in addition to being America's oldest stadium is also the only one to get to the big 100. Indianapolis Motor Speedway opened in 1909, if you want to count that. You could, but racing isn't a sport. Racing is definitely a sport. The standard debate is whether or not the drivers are 'athletes'.
  11. What does that have to do with the logo? The Sox play at Fenway Park? As for the logo, it's okay. Just nothing too great. It's a bit plain.
  12. The Buffalo Bandits 3rd jerseys have orange numbers on the shoulders which is already orange on orange. It's hard to see the number. The numbers on the front and back stand out from the orange, however.
  13. "Sandstorm" by Darude isn't as played as often as it used to be 10 years ago. But it's still kind of common at sports events. I'm a bit surprised "Kernkraft 400" by Zombie Nation is still being used. I didn't know it was called "Kerncraft 400"...it was mentioned earlier. I thought it was called "Zombie Nation"...and I normally pride myself on knowing the correct titles to songs. Oh well, it's still overplayed. A lot of people assume it's called "Zombie Nation" because of that deep voice saying "Zombie...Zombie...Zombie...Zombie Nation". One fact about that track is that the melody was taken from a song in a video game soundtrack, 1984's Lazy Jones.