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Well, at Least It’s More Legible Than the Last Version

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Now Boy, Don’t Make Me Take Off My Belt

There was a uni-related sequence for the ages during last night’s Mariners/Rangers game in Arlington. With the Mariners trailing by a run in the top of the 9th, Kenji Johjima was hit by a pitch and had to leave the game. With the Seattle bench running a tad thin (Jeff Clement and Jose . . . → Read More: Now Boy, Don’t Make Me Take Off My Belt

The Ricko Files, Vol. 4

Ricko stepped it up a notch last week. In addition to sending me his usual assortment of archival clippings, he also shipped me a package, which contained a gorgeous pair of pinstriped flannel pants (he says they don’t fit him, but they fit me just right) and some killer striped hose (including, as . . . → Read More: The Ricko Files, Vol. 4

Please, I Beg You, Make It Stop

Every now and then a debate breaks out in the comments section about the precise definition of logo creep. As the guy who came up with the term, I feel reasonably qualified to define it as follows: Logo creep is visual clutter formed by the unnecessary proliferation of logos where they don’t belong. . . . → Read More: Please, I Beg You, Make It Stop