Texty Logo Contest (Thanks to Haakon)

Haakon put up a post that had a good idea, what is the best texty logo for Ratburger.org. Unfortunately, the post went a different direction so this is a second try.

His logo was this, (>R<).  I will put this in comment #1. Click like to vote for it. I will put others in other comments to “vote” on.  Please add your one if you have one.

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  1. Vote for me and I’ll set you free!

    (Just for fun, but seriously it should be something EASY to master and probably standard English, (sorry John), something with standard keyboard strokes. That being said, It’s very hard for me to vote for just one. Is there a time limit?)

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  2. Gerry D:

    Vote for me and I’ll set you free!

    (Just for fun, but seriously it should be something EASY to master and probably standard English, (sorry John), something with standard keyboard strokes. That being said, It’s very hard for me to vote for just one. Is there a time limit?)

    No time limit has been set.  I agree that standard keystrokes would be good.

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  3. an explanation: my logo at #12 above is an R with the little ‘hamburger’ symbol next to it, which is cast by holding down the ALT key and typing 240 on the number pad.

    R≡

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  4. Pencilvania:
    an explanation: my logo at #12 above is an R with the little ‘hamburger’ symbol next to it, which is cast by holding down the ALT key and typing 240 on the number pad.

    R≡

    Is that the Alt-right key or the Alt-left key, Pencil? I have two on my keyboard.

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  5. Dime:
    Is that the Alt-right key or the Alt-left key, Pencil? I have two on my keyboard.

    Alt-right, of course!

    Seriously, the Alt key and numbers thing is a Windows idiom; it does not work that way on other platforms.  I don’t know to what character set the “240” corresponds.  The character 240 in the Unicode, ISO 8859-1, and Windows-1252 character sets is “ð”, with Unicode designation “LATIN SMALL LETTER ETH”.  The “≡” symbol, with Unicode designation “IDENTICAL TO” has code point U+2261 and the HTML text entity name &equiv;.

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