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Monday, September 25, 2006

Tyger Tyger burning bright (rinse and repeat)

Pete the Meat writes in to point us to the remarkable similarity between two corporate logos.

The original one has much more character, actually, and it must be noted that its tail is a forward-curving tail, a subject worthy of many postmodern essays. The copy, which has a backward-curving tail, is quite thanda.

I'm a huge fan of Tygers, by the by. But only when they are in midair, thrown from the 84th floor of a hotel, passing the 14th floor restaurant where I'm sitting looking out and wondering if I should order one more drink.

(Yes, yes, you're wondering where you heard that before. Here.)
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