I'm impressed with Humboldt Grassfed Organic. Of course farmers want to make money. That does not mean they are not organic or do not treat their product respectively. What exactly is your "beef" with grassfed beef?
Humbuds? Really? Let me preface this by saying I know that I'm a sore loser but... that is so freaking generic and lame. Who judged this thing? I feel like mom would have picked the name Humbuds and thought it was really groovy.
It's actually not like saying I'm tired of people calling me Jeff. It's like being named Jeff and wearing a sweatshirt that says Jeff with a teeshirt underneath that says Jeff and a sticker in my window that says Jeff. My point is, it isn't very creative to continue with the same line of branding that many others are already utilizing locally. I'm pushing for creativity and originality. However, if you want tried and true, why not "Humboldt OG Purple Kushwreck."
And by the way, Frumboldt is already a bumper sticker.
Right you are Joel but I was born and raised in Eureka and I can't believe how worn out the "Humboldt" slogan is. If we are trying to be creative, could we come up with something new? Come on Joel, "EPD Death Warrant." You like that, right.
"Ambition-Be-Gone," "Six River's Attitude Adjuster," "Patrick's What's the Point," "Safety Meeting 101," "Humboldt Cultural Studies 101," "HumDad's Morning Joe," "6th Grade Dropout Medicine"
For the love of God, can we come up with a name that doesn't incorporate "Humboldt." I'm so tired of people being obsessed with "Humboldt." It's a fucking county like every other county. No need for 9 out of 10 sweatshirts to reference it.
For names, how about "Lost Coast Prosac," "Forest Zoloft," "Hippy Hooters," "Dungeness Dank Dope," "Arkley Mindfuck," or "EPD Death Warrant Weed- it shoots to kill."
I'd be interested in knowing how many of these politicians received donations from "wood cutters," "self-employed carpenters," etc.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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