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Looks good, the only thing is that the whole Titans concept is built on an ancient Green motif. That's why the shield is circular. The greeks didn't use shields that shape for their shields.

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Yes, Ralph Nader designed the logo.

I like it. But . . .

As a former Tennessean, I know that the round logo w/ the three stars in it that is currently used is very important to the state. It is on the state flag, and is symbolic to the three distinct regions of the state (east, middle, west).

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Yes, Ralph Nader designed the logo.

I like it. But . . .

As a former Tennessean, I know that the round logo w/ the three stars in it that is currently used is very important to the state. It is on the state flag, and is symbolic to the three distinct regions of the state (east, middle, west).

Well ya learn somthing every day. My brother lives in Bristol so I visit eastern Tenn. quite a bit and really never heard anyone mention anything about the flag. Well anyway maybe the concept can use a round shield incorperating the roundel with the crossed "T" swords and drop the thumb tack "T".

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Yes, Ralph Nader designed the logo.

I like it. But . . .

As a former Tennessean, I know that the round logo w/ the three stars in it that is currently used is very important to the state. It is on the state flag, and is symbolic to the three distinct regions of the state (east, middle, west).

I also live in Tennessee. So I decided to change the logo to a round shield. Here it is, tell me what y'all think about it.

RoundShieldandSwordssmall.jpg

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Yes, Ralph Nader designed the logo.

I like it. But . . .

As a former Tennessean, I know that the round logo w/ the three stars in it that is currently used is very important to the state. It is on the state flag, and is symbolic to the three distinct regions of the state (east, middle, west).

Well ya learn somthing every day. My brother lives in Bristol so I visit eastern Tenn. quite a bit and really never heard anyone mention anything about the flag. Well anyway maybe the concept can use a round shield incorperating the roundel with the crossed "T" swords and drop the thumb tack "T".

Here it is without the thumbtack T.

RoundShieldWithoutT.jpg

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