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Thanks for the information, fellas. Quote: Originally Posted by Parker The quick answer as I was taught: Typeface: the unique design of a set of typographic characters (i.e. what it looks like) Font: the physical manifestation of those characters (i.e. the actual thing itself) In the dark ages, a font meant all the cast metal pieces that would form a typeface at a single size, say 12-point Times Roman. The metal pieces have since been...
Ok I know somebody here knows about this. I have googled the hell out of this and gotten nowhere. What is the difference between typeface family, typeface, and font? People seem to be annoyed when these terms are confused, but I fail to see a clear distinction. For reference, here are the sources that are confusing...
Quote: Originally Posted by BB1 To many white middle class city dwellers the food trucks likely represent an "authentic urban experience", similar to how they fancy themselves as being more cultured than their comrades whom still live in the drab suburbs. It is their alternative to the fast food chain restaurant. Just because they may despise the fast food chain and what it represents to them, they have not truly broken their habit of desiring greasy...
There are a shit-ton in Austin. People never shut up about them. I went to a few a long time ago and liked the food. But now I won't go out of spite.
Goddamn Quote: Originally Posted by StephenHero Iranian women are really stunning. We need to evacuate the hots ones and cultivate them in an environment of sexual liberalism. good idea
Quote: Originally Posted by LawrenceMD if your net is fast: http://www.firstrow.net/watch/46816/...y-packers.html sweet thanks!
soo tee truhs please. That blond and that red head are fire!
Lord who knows. As for the porn, "ruins" is probably too strong a word, but it does take something away from it. But I'm not gonna stop watching it so I try not to worry about it.
Wow I'd forgotten all about this thing. For those still offering advice: feel free to keep offering it for posterity's sake, but know that this thread is old as hell and that I dropped out of law school about a year ago. Doing the 9 to 5 thing now. My life is not complete or anything but I think I did the right thing. It's hard to know a thing like that though.
Quote: Originally Posted by JLibourel Largely that. Also, the great success of Confederate apologists in portraying an armed uprising bent at dismembering the United States in the interest of perpetuating slavery as something gallant, heroic and noble. Case in point: Pickett's Charge and Cold Harbor were very similar pieces of folly--frontal assaults on a protected enemy in a superior position--yet Pickett's Charge is usually regarded as the epitome of...
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