Here’s a direct link to the 99 Designs Logo Contest site. Most of these are really amazing. There are a lot of talented people with a lot of time on their hands, heh.
I love all the Griffin ones, though Renegades would let them keep the “R”…or Roughnecks. Some of the Warriors designs are great, but the name is kind of a every-high-school-you’ve-ever-played-football-against snooze. I guess it works though.
Image 1 by POZIL
Image 2 by Will™
Image 3 by Tsuriel
When I’m on the phone with my friend and her baby is screaming in the background
and I’m just like…
This happened to me the other night.
Me: should I call you later?
Her: no, he’s always like this.
I can’t even. I don’t know how she does it. My offspring will probably think I’m an alien since I will constantly be yelling, “Silence, tiny human!!!!!” at them.
Greetings from Rifftrax Live: Starship Troopers!! :)
In an admittedly small gesture, Mother Jones is…tweaking our house style guide, joining Slate and a group of other publications, from The New Republicto Washington City Paper. From here on out, we will refer to the team online and in print as “Washington” or “Washington’s pro football team” or, if we get sassy, “the Washington [Redacted].”
Read why we’re doing it.
There are a few articles popping up about this.
Yahoo Sports will continue to use the name.
Slate will not.
Slate’s David Plotz suggests, “But here’s my choice: If the team’s star quarterback works out as well as Snyder hopes, there’s a perfect name that would allow the team to keep the feathers and the ferocity: the Washington Griffins.”
The Eagle head is very D.C.-esque.
I check all heating appliances before I leave to make sure they are off…and yet I still imagine this scenario at some point during the day!
So, this was totally me last week when I forgot to unplug the coffee maker. Never mind that I had turned it off and it turns off automatically anyway…
I checked three times before I left this morning. Sad.
After three seasons of Game of Thrones…
Still relevant after five books. Fingers crossed that they do something useful in “Winds of Winter.”
The logic I use when watching a movie with multiple main characters in the same dangerous situation
This does not apply to “Game of Thrones.”