In the next few days, the Jan/Feb 2004 issue of The Prosecutor will arrive in your mailboxes with a different look (it's the issue with pink spot color). The new cover layout is the result of my tinkering, mainly to make it easier to fit a photo and some blurbs about inside articles on the first page.
What do y'all think of it? Love it? Hate it? Is it better than Cats? Here's your chance to speak your mind.
Thank you in advance for your feedback; it'll help me put together a better Prosecutor.
NO MORE PINK!!! We've got an image to keep up. And I don't care if pink is the new orange, Hildie. Pink does not evoke the ass-kicking, smack down image that Texas prosecutors project. Also, peach, mauve, lavender, yellow, and lime green wouldn't work, either.
I think using a different color each time makes the magazine more interesting. Keep tinkering with it and keep it fresh.
Now, Jane, I have some very nice pink shirts that I wear. Are you saying that I can't be an effective, tough-on-crime DA in pastels?
Dan -- help me out here! And for the record, I have NO pink clothes.
Only Nixon could go to China, and only John Bradley could wear pastels in Wilco.
I guess John's pastels help explain his previous post about lemon in his water. What's next, a doily under his Mac?
Either that or a "pinky" ring!
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