Message from Jelly MI in MI Goy Scouts - Official 👌 #activism
@everyone anyone down for Friday or Saturday to go out?
I can possibly make Saturday night depending on the weather
Fuck this weather
I'm itching to go poster again, we really should do a banner
do you guys like this better? its not done yet
i need to know what things should be said in the ribbons
also im putting the boyscout logo on the black sun with a fasc lightening bolt in the center
also im open to other colors to put behind the black sun other than huwhite
"For our posterity." "Always prepared."
"In posterum gentem, semper paratus?"
For nation and posterity, always prepared? Sounds rough. Suggestions?
so thoseon the white?
i also need suggestions for placement
Posteritatis nostrae gentis, semper paratus. Sounds better.
For our nation and our posterity. Is that too much?
The comma was to denote the beginning (top), ans second half (bottom).
I'm thinking something along those lines. Or, "for country/nation, creed, and posterity, (we are) always prepared."
Use this for now: "de gente nepotes, semper parati."
ok you think it should be one line or two
you think that works for the bottom two white ribbons?
what do you think of that color scheme?
i think we should put a pagan symbol in the middle,
I think the center logo needs something else color or design-wise inside but it looks good.
Oh, and are we just filling the top banner with Latin?
We can fill it with whatever you guys want
Just trying to get some feedback so I can make it happen
I like the Latin
I just haven't erased the wording on the bottom yet
I was thinking thinking of putting our name in it, but that's kind of like wearing the band's t shirt to the band's show in a way
After looking again, I almost think leaving the bottom as is and replacing just the top might be best. That, or only slightly alter the bottom phrase.
I think " ad victoriam" which is to victory in Latin sounded nice
I'll be home around 830 or 9
Had a real shitty day sorry fam
For some reason Google translates "Michigan" to "California" when going English to Latin. 🤔