Logo Jokes

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    It was a sweltering August day when all three Cohen brothers entered the posh Dearborn, Michigan, offices of Henry Ford, the car maker,
    "Mr. Ford," announced Norman Cohen, the eldest of the three. "We have a remarkable invention that will revolutionize the automobile industry."
    Ford looked skeptical, but their threat to offer it to the competition kept his interest piqued. "We would like to demonstrate it to you in person."
    After a little cajoling, they brought Mr. Ford outside and asked him to enter a black automobile parked in front of the building. Hyman Cohen, the middle brother, opened the door of the car.
    "Please step inside, Mr. Ford."
    "What!!!" shouted the tycoon, "Are you crazy? It must be two hundred degrees in that car !!"
    "It is," smiled the youngest brother, Max, "but sit down, Mr. Ford, and push the white button." Intrigued, Ford pushed the button.
    All of a sudden more...

    It wasn't until after Sue Quirke had shredded the postcard that she discovered it was her tax rebate check - one of millions sent to Wisconsin taxpayers this week. "I just thought it was an advertisement for a free something or other," Quirke said. Quirke's bank has declined to take the check - which she patched back with tape - because it would not go through any of its machines. The state is sending $700 million in tax rebate checks to 2.5 million taxpayers as part of a tax relief package.
    The rebates feature a sales tax logo on the back and a quote from Gov. Tommy Thompson: "It's your money!" The state Department of Revenue said it included the logo and quote to prevent people from tossing the card out.
    But Willard Riemer, owner of Riemer's Flowers in Thiensville, said the quote from Thompson made him think the postcard was a piece of campaign literature.
    "Important stuff from the state usually comes in a yellow envelope," Riemer said. more...

    The Detroit Lions introduced a new logo, and then promptly lost to it.

    Brussels Airlines is a Belgian airline based at Brussels Airport. It operates to over 50 destinations in 20 European countries, as well as long-haul flights to East, Central and West Africa. Brussels Airlines was created following the merger of SN Brussels Airlines (SNBA) and Virgin Express.

    The logo the letter b in lower case, made up of a series of red elipses.
    The "b" in a contemporary design style, symbolises both Brussels and Belgium.
    In graphic terms, the "b" is made up of a series of ellipses that represent the extended network of the airline, as well as the ground lights on an airport runway.
    The blue is a reminder of the values that are carried forward from SN Brussels Airlines while the red recalls the "low cost" colours of Virgin Express. In the airline sector, blue is generally reassuring and reliable while red is youthful and dynamic.
    Most planes have an altered' b' logo after superstitious travellers complained more...

    REDMOND, Washington-January 4, 1995-In response to customer
    inquiries, Microsoft today clarified the naming policy for Bob(tm),
    its new software product designed for computer beginners. Contrary
    to rumors, Microsoft will not demand that all persons formerly named
    "Bob" immediately select new first names.
    "I don't know where these rumors come from," commented Steve
    Balmer, Microsoft Executive Vice President for Worldwide Sales and
    Support. "It's ridiculous to think Microsoft would force people
    outside the computer industry to change their names. We won't, and
    our licensing policies for people within the industry will be so
    reasonable that the Justice Department could never question them."
    Balmer said employees of other computer companies will be given the
    opportunity to select new names, and will also be offered a
    licensing option allowing them to continue using their former names
    at very low more...

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