If you really know your city, then you know that, no matter how expensive they were, your players just won't be as good as they were at Arsenal*. Get to know the only other place with sports teams as bad as Manchester City, with Typical Seattle.
Trading in arresting images that've been expertly graphic'd in a web meme-ish kind of way, TS presents a humorously resigned, yet sometimes earnest take on current events in the Town, all thanks to a graphic designer/aspiring ad man who was schooled at Washington State, something which can also be said about virtually no visiting sports team. Speaking of sports, some of TS's strongest offerings include one reading "once upon a time" over a classic shot of the Sonics celebrating the '79 title; an action shot of Hope Solo against a wall of text celebrating the fact she's a Dawg; and a close-up of Erik Bedard that incorporates the Red Sox logo into the word "bust", suggesting he'll actually be good in Beantown, not unlike Jason Varitek, David Ortiz, Adrian Beltr....raaaaghh, shut up already! Culturally inspired entries range from a tribute to the bald eagle, Eddie, who was hit by a bus on 520, to a despairing shot of firefighters atop the recently immolated strip club, Ricks, to a hazy shot of three dudes with chronic conditions self-medicating, something they'd have a better chance of getting away with if they'd also read yesterday's email from Roger Levesque's favorite web magazine that rhymes with illest.
This just-a-few-weeks-old blog posts pretty regular updates, each with info about the event that motivated the entry, details about fonts used, and occasionally additional tricks of the trade, the first of which is presumably, stop letting Arsene Wenger make you look stupid**.
* This is a soccer joke referencing Manchester City F.C. and their habit of spending a lot of money on players who are over the hill/over-hyped, particularly from Arsenal. The editor of our London edition swears it's funny, something you're welcome to confirm with your local British person.
** See above.