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What color spectrum would that be? I have no problems getting pink in either RGB or CMYK (or LAB) in either Photoshop, Illustrator, or InDesign.
I'd say the problem is your perception. Besides, pink is the color being used by the Cancer Society for breast cancer awareness. I can't think of any instances where the color is being used by feminists.
Maybe it's you morons at the Spearhead.
10/21/2012 5:24:30 AM
The Crimson Ghost
Pink is a secondary color, & it exists. I have on a pink t shirt right now.
Maybe I should change my name to The Pink Ghost; it seems to bother these turdwagons a lot.
10/21/2012 9:02:25 AM
Wait is he saying feminism isn't a color? Because he's right in that regard although I don't understand his point...
10/21/2012 9:21:28 AM
Oddly enough he's half correct. Pink isn't a color of light, it's just a lack of green.
10/21/2012 9:24:29 AM
How DARE you reference the rainbow, a well-known gay symbol, in your little spew about feminism. You must be one of those horrid, disgusting gay people, huh?
10/21/2012 11:26:37 AM
"Pink is not a color: it doesn’t exist on the color spectrum."
I love the colours
of annihilated arguments in the morning. Looks like... fabulous
And I speak as a man who possesses two pink shirts. And I'm straight. The lady in my life says I look great in them.
See, 'Rebel'? One can wear pink, and still get laid by a member of the opposite sex.
-secure in my gender] [/hyper-smug & ultra-superior]
10/21/2012 12:27:49 PM
Um, Pink is nothing to do with feminism or girls... or anything.
It's a fucking color that people attach meaning to after it exists.
10/21/2012 2:04:00 PM
"Says it all about feminism, doesn’t it?"
Yea,in the eyes of a simple-minded fundie like yourself
10/21/2012 2:49:26 PM
@Anon-e-moose: Remember! If a man wears pink, it isn't pink. It's salmon!
10/21/2012 5:27:45 PM
"Supporting cancer research is a noble goal, and a lot of good can come out of it, but why, oh why, is one group of victims supreme?"
Because Spartan women give birth to Spartan men.
10/22/2012 1:22:32 PM
Pink and red are, in fact, the exact same hue - the same "color". They only differ in saturation (how exclusive it is of other colors). If ALL you have is red, you get red. If all the colors are present but red is just a bit stronger than the rest of them, you get pink.
In nature, you almost never get pure red. There's always *some* bit of the other colors there too and red is just the highest spike on the spectrum among them. In other words, almost all the time when we think we're seeing red we're actually seeing dark pink.
Pink is MORE prevalent than red. It's just that we only label it "pink" when it's really washed out. To get pure red with no pastel effect you need something like a laser beam.
10/22/2012 2:13:46 PM
sounded a lot better in your head, didn't it?
10/24/2012 11:22:18 PM
What is this? I don't even.
10/26/2012 8:44:18 AM
By the same logic, light blue doesn't exist, am I right?
10/28/2012 11:10:14 AM
Haven't you ever heard about Pantone?...
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