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 Peter Costello said on December 8th, 2005

Couldn’t agree more. I really is that simple. Write it out! And if there’s errors, retouch or leave and increase authenticity factor.

 Ben Popken said on December 8th, 2005

I like pretty girls with short hair.

 Freddy said on December 8th, 2005

i second that ben 🙂

 Jimbo said on December 8th, 2005

Kenny, I actually liked this rant, but when i read your last paragraph it kind of lost all of it’s meaning. In order for me to take you serious you gotta stop posting stupid little comments like that or people will just think you are an idiot.

 drew said on December 8th, 2005

yeah I’ve actually helped develop a font for a client where we made alternate letters for common glyphs like double oo’s and ee’s and t’s worked out a charm.

 Fell said on December 8th, 2005


 Jonathan Hughes said on December 8th, 2005

I can’t stand seeing “handwritten” fonts for the exact reason you mention. There was a font I used in the early 90s called Penpal One that had eight different variations, so you could mix and match characters to create something that didn’t look much like a font. Of course, it was slow and trdious, but most things were in PageMaker 4 on a Mac IIcx

And you know my thoughts on the pretty girls with short hair situation!!!!! (for the record, I’m with ben and freddy)

pretty girl + short hair = hot


 Anonymous said on December 9th, 2005

Yeah, revealing yourself to be a misogynist loser who likes his “pretty girls” just so = authentically retarded.

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