A Tradition of Service by Chris Leavens

By Chris Leavens

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That's some hot justice.

I assume the Sheriff's office is merely applying the adage, "If you can't beat them, make your car look as stupid as theirs."

This is probably preaching to the choir, but this picture raises the question: If typography is bad but nobody notices it, then is it really bad?

The answer is yes.

I agree, Ed, but the crappy nature could be enhanced(?!) by adding quotes. I once had a client ask me to render a section of an ad's text in bold, italics, and in quotes. And then I puked. As evidence, behold:


Chris W.: I agree and add only that wearing a pair of Blue-Blockers would earn one more street cred than this automotive atrocity.

Chris-El: The word for that is bitalics.

Bitalics should be used whenever you have a point to prove.

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