(Ok. I know I said that my next post wouldn't be grumping. Well... Technically this isn't grumping...)
A link this morning sent me to an article on a website I rarely visit. The story quickly lost my interest. Their logo, however, did catch my eye:
Just look at that subtitle. It's tiny. You almost need a magnifying glass to read it. It's not "elder-friendly". Putting a subtitle in such minuscule type suggest that, A) you're ashamed of the subtitle*, or B) the subtitle is not necessary (and should probably be done away with altogether).
Anyway, it just struck me as odd...
*After all, someone I know (who shall remain nameless) commented that the subtitle is an oxymoron.
P.S. Some of you might be interested in this: It's an Obama Speech Bingo card. Might be the only way to get many people to watch/listen... I know I tend to avoid the TV when I hear a presidential speech is scheduled. (For medical reasons only, of course. They're not good for my blood pressure. ;o))