A Little Font Humor

kinnon —  December 23, 2007 — 9 Comments

This is just a tad too funny pour moi.




A television editor, writer & director since 1978. A Christian since 1982. More than a little frustrated with the Church in the West since late in the last millennium.

9 responses to A Little Font Humor

  1. …to kern or not to kern, that is the question….

    Way too funny for us desktop pub geeks ;^)

  2. It worries me how hard I laughed at that.

    It would have been funnier if they had done the credits in Trajan, though, don’t you think?

  3. I hate Trajan, but that was funny!

  4. Maybe this will inspire a few posts on the “font formerly known as…”

  5. Susan,
    Too Funny!
    I’m a Trajan Pro fan. Used it way too many times. And it is the primary font for Allelon. So this video was much too funny.
    They should have done all the graphics in TP. It would have been much funnier…or not. But maybe they didn’t want to buy it.
    It’s kinda funny that I’ve had this many comments already on this silly post. Tells you much about the crowd I hang with.

  6. there once was a font from Trajian
    who was as much fun as a …

    oh, forget it …

    i was once a phototypesetter – loved the post! so, peggy, are you saying there was more than a kernal of truth in it?

    umm. did the movie Troy use Trajan, in which case it would have been Trojan Trajan that they Tried And …

    oh, forget it…

  7. Brad,
    I’m smiling away!

    You crack me up. You could have been a standup comedian, bro – and even as serious as I know you can be – I bet you still effectively use humour when you preach/teach.

  8. Brad,

    What kernels were there have most likely been popped by the heat…so enjoy the snack, Bill!

    I think we all needed a break from the heavy posts we’ve all been processing…what better than a light snack…I put butter and salt on mine ;^)

  9. But wait! There’s MORE!

    OMG-how often do you find a word where you can do a limmerick that rhymes with *vespasian*? Thank goodness for Roman rhymin’! Keeps us young …

    OMG-did they use Trajan for *The Nativity*? If so, could we not rightfully sing, “Come thou font of every blessing ….” See. It IS the christian typeface. Authentic, clean, straight-up. What more could a printjob ask for?

    Appearing regionally in a virtual club near you …


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