brand new logo

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The unique Pepsi Concorde.

In 1996, Pepsi struck a deal with Air France to promote their re-branding and new corporate logo, so an Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde, tail number F-BTSD (affectionately referred to as “Sierra Delta”) was painted in their colors as the high point of a massive marketing campaign. 

Due to the heat generated by Mach +2 flight, Concordes were supposed to keep an almost all-white livery, so this new blue one forced pilots to stay at Mach 1.7 so the plane would not experience problems.  

The Pepsi colors only lasted for 16 charted flights, after which the aircraft returned to her regular schedule in her old white livery, the amount payed for this stunt remaining secret.

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guys i can’t stop making cloak edits help 

(anyways I really like that ‘c’ logo, in case you couldn’t friggin tell)

BIG CHANGES AHEAD FOR DOCTOR WHO!

SERIES 11 IS LOOKING TO BE A LOT DIFFERENT!



Times they are-a-changing over at Doctor Who when Series 11, hits our screens next year. Of course, one of the biggest changes is the arrival of Doctor number 13, Jodie Whittaker, but what kind of series will Whittaker be stepping into?

New reports today, October 9, suggest that series 11 will, in fact, be dropping its usual 12, 45-minute episode format for a 10, 60-minute episode series. 

This will not be the first time, Who has changed its episode format since the series returned in 2005 as series eight in 2014 dropped the traditional 13 episode series it had maintained throughout the first seven series in favour of a 12 episode run. 

Also as standard with the arrival of a new Doctor comes some redecorating. It has also been reported that Jodie Whittaker will receive a brand new TARDIS with both the inside and outside changing its current look. 

It is rumoured that the new TARDIS exterior will be a darker shade of blue than it currently is and a bit slimmer, similar to the TARDIS, eighth Doctor, Paul McGann piloted in the 1996 film. 

No word yet on the new interior, but the model which has remained essentially the same since 2012′s Christmas special “The Snowmen” will be updated for the new Doctor. 

Whittaker will apparently also be getting her hands on a brand new sonic screwdriver. The iconic gadget used by the Time Lord has received a couple of re-designs since 2005, with ninth and tenth Doctor’s, Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant sharing a model while eleventh and twelfth Doctor’s Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi received their very own versions.  

Fans will also be treated to a brand new logo and title sequence which again with the change of era in producers and cast is quite normal for Doctor Who. 

The current logo is again a slight variation to the one that was unveiled when executive producer Steven Moffat and Matt Smith stepped aboard the TARDIS in 2010, with receiving just a few minor tweaks throughout the years. 

As for the title sequence. The current one was inspired by a custom-made sequence created by fan Billy Hanshaw and has been in use since Peter Capaldi’s first series back in 2014. 

With filming for series 11 expected to begin in late October, more information such as Whittaker’s costume will probably be released very soon. As for the new companion rumours of Bradley Walsh’s casting don’t seem to be dying down, nor do the rumour of multiple companions. However, fans won’t have to wait that long to find out. 

Jodie Whittaker will make her debut as the 13th Doctor at the end of this year’s Christmas special, “Twice Upon A Time”, which will also see Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor team up with the First Doctor, played by David Bradley, before leaving the role after three successful series.

“Twice Upon A Time” will air on Christmas Day on BBC One.

anonymous asked:

I will never understand why black boys/men ALWAYS have something to say or do towards black women and our hair. This past week I was leaving out of class and this black guy tried to grab my wig off me (but my shit was laid and NOT coming off) so I legit grabbed him around the neck and choked this dude and he came at me saying it was a joke. Same thing at prom yesterday, one black dude that doesn’t even go to our school was saying I wearing a weave/wig. AND?! I honestly can’t stand it/them.

“It’s a joke” is how assholes who know what they’re doing is wrong try to absolve themselves from any form of repercussions. It’s like clockwork. They say “it’s a joke” to try to silence your rightful anger so you don’t feel like you can’t take a joke.

Also, God forbid his Black-Woman-hating self or any man tries that again. But ask him what exactly make what he’s doing a joke? Ask him what is so funny about invading someone’s personal space and attempting to embarrass them in public? Ask him if he thinks it’s funny to humiliate Black Women and why?

When I was a freshman in high school there was this Black guy named Justin G. (I really wanna use his full last name cause I’m petty but I won’t :/ ). It was me, him, my white friend Elizabeth, and this white guy at the table. I had just gotten new single box braids and I wore my brand new pink Aeropostale logo shirt and my semi new Hollister jeans. All in all? I was FEELING myself 🙌🏽🙌🏽

Anyway, to make long story seemingly short. Elizabeth commented how pretty my hair looked and the guy sitting next to me was like yes! Your hair looks shiny! And of course I say thank you and take out my class materials. Justin in all his ugliness pretty much yells: “you two know her hair is fake right? it’s fake. She has fake hair in her hair to do that hairstyle.” No one at the table said anything and I’m like ‘wth is this dudes problem?’ And then he says even louder “your hair is fake isn’t it Susie? Black girls have to wear fake hair because they can’t wear it down” and this dude was just going on about the fake hair and my table mate were uncomfortable. The science teacher (who’s a white man) had to step in and be like “Justin that’s enough” in a stern voice because he even know it was too much. I was humiliated and felt like crying, but I didn’t until I went home.

I didn’t realize it back then because I was 15 but Justin was a teenage prototype of the Black men I know today who hate black women. If I knew what I knew now I’d have clapped back asking why his lips so damn crusty and his dreads so damn dry 🤔

- Susie