30 November ~ Funny name for a football team, Buffles. Sounds like an unprepossessing but sociable Mitford-era debutante. Off-putting. Furthermore, the club crest is something of an optical illusion. Some see here an anxious eagle, looking from right to left, scanning the horizon for unwanted visitors. Others detect a bison-like creature, springing from left to right, or, if not springing, demonstrating to another bison that he, the other bison, has been guilty of simulation in or around the penalty area. Others see a bloodied, twisted corpse with one mad, desiccated eye fixed on its destroyer. That is, at least, what I see. Read more

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Comment by paterson.ra 2011-11-30 20:07:47

I think someone is nicking design ideas from someone else:

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