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The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
According to reliable sources, the original ShopTalk Show ASCII display typeface came from the fertile minds of Afyia Smith and Dan Mall. To honor their service, this font was initially named "SMIALL" ("SMITH" + "MALL") and was pronounced "smile" -- with a Southern drawl.
However, ShopTalk Show's abbreviation is STS -- which sounds pretty cool and spacey -- as in STS-402 (ShopTalk Show 402). The similarity to Space Shuttle mission numbers was far to appealing to pass up -- given the site's retro tech appearance. Or perhaps it was too many days of self-isolation. Either way, another trip was made to the name-splicinator lab with the last name of the show's co-host, Chris "COYIER", and the name of the venerable space probe "VOYAGER" (from the era of orangey CRT displays).
Before anyone had time to reconsider, the resulting mutation "COYAGER" was printed on a gold disc and attached to the space ship, which was summarily blasted into space.
Crafted by Steve Stedman under pristine quarantine conditions.
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Source file: coyager.bf