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In yesterday’s sleepers video, this graphic of an eye closing was displayed several times. In the center of the eye was the TØP logo in red. Because of this, we thought that it symbolized falling asleep, or more closure for the Blurryface era, because the eye was closing on a red version of the logo.

However, some posts made on twitter today have led us to believe that this is not the case.

For starters, the profile picture on twitter is now this eye with the red logo. This is making us think that whatever this is might be sticking around, so the eye graphic most likely doesn’t mean closure or saying goodbye. Furthermore, their Instagram profile picture has also changed to this red eye logo.

Could this possibly be a new logo design? Could this mean that red will also be a part of this new era?

This new picture was also posted on their twitter, in the same red eye shape. Backwards, the text reads “YØU’LL HAVE TØ CØME AND FIND ME”, which is a lyric from Polarize. This photo is now also their Twitter header, replacing the old black background that said “TWENTY ØNE PILØTS”. Setting this picture as their header means that it is important. At the moment, we believe that this is an invitation to look for clues. We know that they are very cryptic, and when the new album is released, we will most likely see that they have been teasing at it for a while, just like with Blurryface. Saying “YØU’LL HAVE TØ CØME AND FIND ME” implies that something is already hidden that they want us to find.

More updates to follow if new pictures are posted.

You know what album needs to be talked about more? O!RUL8,2? Freakin amazing album no one seems to care about old bts albums. Like N.O? What a bop omg and BTS cypher pt 1? Started it all man. Coffee? The perfect rainy day, coffee shop, study session song, and Attack on Bangtan? ICONICCC.

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“Caucasians” T-shirt That Mocks Cleveland Indians’ Wahoo a Best-Seller

A new sports-logo T-shirt has become a hot seller in Canada and parts of the United States.
The words “Caucasians” with the image of a grinning caricature (reminiscent of the Indians’ Chief Wahoo) across the front hints at how offensive Native mascots on professional sports teams can be. The Toronto Star reported that it is a “hot fashion item” in the Ontario First Nations community.