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For anyone that thought the new Microsoft logo was boring I can’t imagine what this must be like

For anyone that thought the new Microsoft logo was boring I can’t imagine what this must be like.

This comment in a review of Avis’s re-brand by Armin Vit over at Brand New actually made me laugh out loud.

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