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06/27/2012

The 'Dump General Mills' logo looks much more peaceful than it is

by Jeremy Hooper

I know that Minnesota For Marriage and NOM intend for this to be a slam...

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…but I actually quite like it. It's really pretty. The flag is nicely stylized, the colors are pleasant, the font is catchy. It's a strong design!

Now, I'm not sure General Mills will see it that way, as most corporations are quite protection of their emblems (like the famous "G"). But from my seat? It's nice. And if MN For Marriage wants to use it against us, I think I might try to reclaim it for a more peaceful purpose.

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