I’m not saying Barstool Philly copied our logo but they might have copied our logo
Barstool Philly tweeted out the following tweet earlier today with the caption “Let’s have ourselves a week, Philly.” and a list of the Philadelphia sports teams and their schedule for the week ahead. It was a fine tweet. Whatever. I did notice, however something interesting about their logo and “Barstool Philly” branding that I never saw before. It’s pictured above in the featured image but also in their tweet below. Check it out.
Hopefully the “Stoolies” will think rationally about this one. I mean that looks awfully similar to The Liberty Line, right? Certainly they won’t come attacking TLL again as they have in the past when I told them they were losers for having sex headless Ben Simmons piñatas and failing to use their tiny brains when realizing the difference between selling t-shirts and dressing up like actual clowns in public. That would be ridiculous and stupid since they can’t stop the TLL machine anyways and honestly, I’m tired with the unintelligent arguments they bring to the table.
Is it possible that Barstool Philly is still mad at The Liberty Line for releasing better t-shirts? They have deleted hundreds of comments on Instagram and entire Tweets when the DSGN Tree and Liberty Line loyalists trash their t-shirts and say ours our better. Or perhaps it’s that KGB Agent that DM’d me all mad because I said he was a Russian spy before Game 7 of the Sixers and Hawks series?
Just seems funny that a week after we ditch our old branding and move towards the original box logo that’s on the banner of the home page and our Twitter account, that Barstool Philly is using the exact design style that we used for the last two years. Maybe I’m just a psycho. Maybe both?
I don’t know but it does raise the question on how many Barstool eyes are hawking The Liberty Line. They certainly have in the past and right now we have well over 250,000 people visiting the website a month and I know a lot of Barstool employees follow me and the rest of The Liberty Line on various social media platforms. Perhaps we should have a business conversation.
Maybe you should just buy us and have TLL as your Philly division?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge fan of Rone and Smitty and most of the Barstool crew in general but let’s be honest here, there’s no one better in Philadelphia than The Liberty Line and Crossing Broad. Crossing Broad is now a part of XL Media and are literally millionaires so it’s really just The Liberty Line left standing.
Either buy us or stop copying us, we can get through this like adults.
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