The story behind the use of this font is some local flavor...

There was once a record store here that was basically our version of "Empire Records" called Ear-X-Tacy.

It was a glorious place, and in Louisville, their stickers in that font graced every car and guitar case... people would even chop them up to spell out different slogans.

The store closed some time back... another casualty of the "Progress of man"...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ear_X-ta

It was last a Panera bread which recently closed.

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@TheGibson we have a local place in the Twin Cities that very much has that sort of vibe, called The Electric Fetus. They're struggling due to the constraints of the pandemic, and I'm worried we'll lose them.

@darrenpmeyer

It sucks to see the places starting to fold now... a lot of good local culture is starting to get lost in this mess.

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