Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Kansas City Drylanders

Brilliance by Kyle L., courtesy of Puck Daddy:


"I dabble around with Photoshop type programs often, and had created the KC Islanders logo as an avatar for a NY Rangers board I frequent. When I saw the article about The Sporting Store, I figured it was time to slap it on a jersey. It's similar to the current Islanders jersey, just with trim that is slightly crooked as an ode to John Spano.
"By the way, that's not Missouri in the logo, it's Kansas which is exactly the kind of mistake the geographically challenged NY Islanders would make." --Kyle
Personally, I love it - even if it renders the hockey card I created for an earlier Puck Daddy contest obsolete:
Man, do I hate the Islanders ...

5 comments:

David said...

Not to mention most Islander fans can barely master drawing or recognizing a rectangle. Missouri is far above their comprehension.

JadedSage said...

Do they teach you Easterners geography in your schools out there? Kansas City (at least the main portion and where a hockey team would play) is in Missouri. And Drylanders, huh? The temperance movement was anchored in your neck of the woods.Time to warm up your Photoshop program again.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s_Christian_Temperance_Union

Chris said...

@ Jaded -- You clearly missed the fact that the person who created it used Kansas, rather than Missouri, on purpose.

Scotty Hockey said...

And Jaded, Drylanders like Islanders, but in the middle of the continent. Nothing to do with some uptight women who helped ruin America by banning booze.

It's a joke. Damn, some people ...

Ryan McFadden - The Manic Ranger said...

that shit is hysterical. 'thats not missouri, its kansas because the kind of mistake the isles would make'.

classic