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"Now for Change"?Does that mean "we're sorry we didn't used to be" or "we won't be by the time we get in"?
Exactly what I was wondering.
Maybe it's the nerd in me, but the subverted word order of Now for change screams of Tolkien's 'Now for wrath. Now for ruin.' I suppose to them it sounds more classy then 'Let's change!' or 'Who's up for some change then?' or 'Anyone for change?' or 'Change? Ya want some?' or 'Mmmmmm. Change. [gurgling drooling sounds]'What I found interesting (this is also the nerd in me) about the Tory logo experience was that if that had been suggest a Tory logo in a comment thread on Labour List, it would soon have degenerated into @ wars. Maybe forced anonymity really is the perverse cure for Internet slagging.
Perhaps they mean change, simple word really .
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