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A yearling is a horse

 

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1 hour ago, walkerws said:

A yearling is a horse

 

 

 

Pretty sure in this case they are referring to yearling cattle (a yearling is generally any animal that is a year old) as it's not customary to brand horses. 

 

Maverick has come to take on the meaning of someone who defies convention because Samuel Maverick refused to follow the convention of branding his cattle.

 

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On 12/20/2016 at 2:03 PM, Carolina_boi99 said:

 

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Teal, flashy colors, and gradients. It's not a bad concept, but way to 90s.

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7 hours ago, Thaumatrope said:

Does it bother anybody else that the Dallas Mavericks use a horse in their logo when the term technically refers to unbranded cattle?

 

I realize it's far too meta (and silly) but in light of the origins of the name, wouldn't it make more sense for Dallas to not have any logos or wordmarks on their jerseys?

Yep, I always thought that Fc Dallas's crest would have been a far superior logo for the mavs 

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1 hour ago, San Diego said:

Best.

 

HWC_Parsons%20throwback

 

 

Ugh, no... If they ever bring back these unis, I'd prefer to do them right - that throwback has the wrong number font, "Dallas" is too compressed, the blue's too light... This is how they should look:

 

Dallas-Mavericks-1981-93-Alternate-Jerse

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Either way, the Mavs belong in green.

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