Dancing With Darkness

Someone just sent me mail saying, "Hey, remember 19 years ago when you were sad that you couldn't find a high rez copy of that DEA patch with the grim reaper dancing with a glow stick and a pacifier? Well here it is."

Lesser-known DEA patches:

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8 Responses:

  1. Jason Kaczor says:

    Hmmm... (C)landestine (L)aboratory (E)nforcement (T)eam

    Just one-letter away... Maybe (I)ntelligence instead of enforcement... And then the "CLIT Commander" was born...

    Why yes, I am "12-years old" and male, why do you ask?

    • Nik says:

      A real genuine schoolclass in the UK is (at least, was) Computer Literacy and Information Technology.

      They insisted that, against what I'd always understood to be The Rules of acronyms, the acronym is CLAIT.

  2. Not Frank says:

    Looking at that Cannabis Eradication / Suppression Program patch, I hear "Congratulations to Drugs for winning the War On Drugs."

  3. jer says:

    Why is it called "Drug Enforcement Administration"? Are they enforcing drugs? Much like the novel (local to the Netherlands) signs that say (in a pretty much literal but correct translation) "Whatsapp Neighbourhood Prevention". I mean, I get what you mean, but you got the words wrong. According to the history section of its WP article[0] several bureaus and offices with similar duties and much better names once merged to form this misnomer agency.

    [0] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drug_Enforcement_Administration

  4. thielges says:

    It would be useful to know what drugs the designer of "Operation Gear Grinder" had consumed before coming up with that hot mess of busy, confused imagery.

  5. Andrew says:

    The aforementioned "Glowstick Ravin' Death" DEA Patch is currently available on a well known auction site. Just saying, for the hard-to-shop-for Nightclub Owners in your life.

  6. Mark C. says:

    Fascists love their uniforms.

  7. tobias says:

    that would most certainly make for a gnarly 12in record template


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