National Response Center: now THAT's a logo


#1

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#2

Not very well aligned at the bottom. Is that real?


#3

I dunno. . . could use some vampires, I think. Or a dinosaur.


#4

What kind of hazard does the hex at 9:00 represent?


#5

What’s the “vational response center”? And, think of the money they saved on design by adding this to logo to their areas of expertise!


#6

Plus a zombie and an innocent child not reading the Bible.


#7

Pepsi leakage.


#8

Protecting America from skeletons with downs syndrome, nuclear energy, pepsisplosions, bad hair days, licorice plants that jump into your awaiting hand, 1980’s-era heavy metal band Biohazard, and misaligned typography.

The NRC: your most essential resource.


#9

Pepsisplosions FTW!!!


#10

It is “real”, in that it wasn’t created as a joke or hoax, but I couldn’t find it used anywhere except by the Coast Guard. I don’t think it’s anything official, but just something cobbled together to use on their website, as a bullet-point image.


#11

“Sorry Hawaii, Alaska. You guys are on your own. Yeah, yeah, we know it says ‘national’, but you’re still on your own.”


#12

Down’s Syndrome Skeleton. That’s so mean it’s twice as funny.


#13

I think the message is “We’re juggling so many flaming balls that we don’t even have time to doublecheck our logo. You can bet we don’t have time to consult with a lawyer so give us an f’in break already”


#14

Humankind’s oldest and most fearsome enemy: the sun.


#15

Love the R in the center hex.

the 9 hex of coronal discharge is rather forward thinking. That’s the collapse of the electrical grid due to solar activity.


#16

It’s never fun when somebody etches their finger off with a beaker of acid, but I’m not sure it really merits a Central National Response.

On the other hand, I am even now writing my congressperson demanding that they increase funding to to protect America from Pepsi Dawn.


#17

Also Guam, Puerto Rico and Pine Gap.


#18

Looks like a game of Settlers of Catan gone horribly, horribly wrong…


#19

What’s the one underneath it? I’m assuming that it indicates some sort of nunchuck-weilding ninja response to panhandlers.


#20

A plant with a microphone flower with a guide for how to hold a baton.

Plus, at 3 o’clock we have a drum set on fire.