Pretty, but just a tad difficult to read. The color, not her posts.And her.
So you think I'm easy to read? (Me, I mean?) Yeah, you're mostly right. But only mostly.I like the idea, EG, but it is kinda tough to read. Maybe a dark brown or dark blue, so it's different from your posts?
I love the red in Red's posts. It makes it more evil in a fun group-effort kind of way, not to mention it really jumps out at you against a black background. You can never have too much Red.Glad to hear you are reunited. I'm still waiting for Flannery to venture home from her latest trip, to Cleveland of all places.Cheers,Doc
Surprisingly I don't think it's that hard to read, in red. It is fun to have a way to know who's writing.If too many people don't like the red text, maybe you could make the headline red, and keep the text white.But I do like the easy identifier.
I've only recently figured out that there are two people posting here. But I agree with Sylersdad, the red ink is hard on the eyes...but the Red words are great
What others have said... in red cannot be easily read. Oh that was sooooo not funny.The English language - feh.
you're an evil evil evil genius. but you knew that. And I like the idea! I'm just with Red on this one. Maybe trying a different shade of red so that we can readily read Red's writing?
I wish you could put an audio-book type feature here that read (no pun intended) Red's posts in Katharine Hepburn's voice. That would rule.
Likewise I would then want your Evil Genius posts read by Christopher Walken, Your Evil Evil Genius posts read by Max Von Sydow and your Evil Evil Evil Genius posts read by Alan Rickman.
OK, Red. Choose your color.McGone, I like your idea, but I would prefer all my personae just be Walken in increasingly menacing tones.
It's too Communist for my liking, but then again, what isn't?
Better read than dead.
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