Interpreter 2.0?

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I always thought the famous painting “Joseph Smith’s Giant Nuts” would have been the perfect logo for the Interpreter.

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Do you guys get it, yet? The endlessly tasteless mopologists have a universe of art at their fingertips, and instead of choosing the barest minimum of taste, artistry, or originality by typing a few commands into an AI art generator, they chose instead the pastel flower couch that sits in the foyer of their bland and depressed revenue centers.

I mean, for "F"s sake, it’s 2024 and these guys offer this:

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as their front facing interface with a user?!

Vivaldi, indeed.

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Interpreter wrote:You may see the logo across our website and in various other social media venues. If it is not immediately visible to you, it will be in the very near future.

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Notice how the new Interpreter icon is very similar to the icon on DocuAsk

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I am thinking it’s something more like this:

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Kishkumen wrote:
Sat Mar 23, 2024 3:32 am
I am thinking it’s something more like this:

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Has it name, will you give it to me?

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Kishkumen wrote:
Sat Mar 23, 2024 3:32 am
I am thinking it’s something more like this:

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A new video of the Interpreter Journal should start with a large book being opened and this music being played:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGU1P6lBW6Q

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Blank Pages

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Dan Peterson's :twisted: pages have yet to provide any real or meaningful answers!
  • How could Egypt have been a thriving nation before Ham disembarked from the ark?
  • Where is the narrow neck that takes only one (1) day to cross from east to west?
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