Crossing my fingers with this one, as I’m breaking a few of my own rules: don’t mix sports and don’t use unusual team nicknames. I enlisted the team’s bowling uniform from the film, but had to stick to a conventional baseball template (sorry).
Baseball season is upon us, so here is a Boba Fett-inspired design for your eyeballs. It is mostly based on his insignia. I doubt this will be offered as-is due to the skull (my friends at Regal Robot sell these by the way), not sure what I’d replace it with.
Geeky Jerseys has been selling baseball jerseys for a few years now, but few and far between in my opinion. Sign-up for the baseball jerseys you want in their By Demand section. Please spread the word, tell your baseball buds about me and Geeky Jerseys. We’re Canadian, so mostly harmless.
Thought I’d do something different for Spaceballs here, instead of their usual branding. That is all gold trim, just like the ACE logo on the combs from the film. I hope you like it, at least for a chuckle.
The Dragons are back in black, which is mostly inspired by Dany’s attire this season. I’m also happy to get the dragons out of the confinement of the shield, they look better free, much like the logo from the show. Read the rest of this entry
The design should be pretty self-explanatory, so how about a rant? I don’t have overdraft protection on my chequing account, so it’s impossible for me to dip below a $0.00 balance on my own. But if the account is very low on funds, and the bank takes their monthly fee and puts the account into a negative balance (-$10.00), they’ll charge me an overdraft penalty of $30, even though they technically did the overdrafting. Seems unethical and predatory to me.
If the account is in a negative balance because of what the bank did, then that should be the end of it. The customer will pay the negative balance eventually, if only to resume banking, so the bank will be made whole for the monthly fee sooner or later. But an overdraft penalty? It just strikes me as penalty for being poor. Am I being silly about this? Let me know in the comments.