I do not understand why the logo for The Bold Italic is neither bold nor italic. Is it supposed to be ironic?
(Admittedly, I didn’t know what The Bold Italic was until I saw their t-shirt, which struck me because it just wasn’t italic. I suppose you could make a case for it being bold… but I’m not going to make that case because it looks to me to be calligraphy or a calligraphic font which I bet a thousand dollars [not really] doesn’t have more than the one weight, and I’m clearly overthinking this.)
Futzed about with my about.me page, in case people are interested in that kind of business.
Necco Wafers are a candy made by the United States-based New England Confectionery Company (Necco). Necco Wafers were first produced in 1847 and are considered by Necco to be its core product. Each roll of Necco Wafers contains eight flavors: lemon (yellow), lime (green), orange (orange), clove (purple), cinnamon (white), wintergreen (pink), licorice (black), and chocolate (brown).
Blessings to you and all your hallowed saints.