My 100th Geeklist: No Looking Back - Street Signs That May Have Been Produced by Board Game Companies...And what do really long Geeklist Titles look like on the new site anyway? I wonder if that mouseover will cover the whole screen or just cut it off mid
- Darrin WilliamsUnited States
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This is my 100th Geeklist.
Apparently, I really Do have too much time on my hands.
I had planned to do a retrospective called "They Can't All Be Winners". I was going to look back on all my worst geeklists and explore what went wrong, but that idea is better in theory than reality. So I decided to just do a regular geeklist.
Now on to the paper-thin setup of this geeklist.
I've been noticing a few Street Signs lately that I believe were designed by the Board Game Industry.
Sometimes it's a publisher and sometimes it's a designer, but if you look closely, you can see the undeniable fingerprints of the Board Game industry in these signs.
I've collected a few examples below.
If you've seen any in your neck of the woods, please let me know.Spoiler (click to reveal)By the way, Did you like that solid horizontal line? It took me a while to find that one. It's [hr] if you're interested.
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