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Roy Halladay wisely chooses most believable of the handwriting font family
- Updated: December 23, 2009
When it comes to a pro athlete getting their publicist to write a heartfelt, sincere goodbye letter to the fans of their former city, it's crucial they choose the proper, most believable handwriting font available.
All-Star pitcher Roy Halladay did as much, and we commend him for it.
Had Roy foolishly gone with a risky, girlie font
like "Giddyup Standard," as shown below, it's quite possible he would have never made it through his day yesterday, let alone ever take the mound in Philadelphia.
Doc's classy farewell [Toronto Sun]