Somewhere in Texas is a guy with a big ego. A BIG ego.

So big, he felt it necessary to spell his name out in groves of trees that stretch several miles.


The big LUECKE is actually used by space shuttle astronauts to determine what resolution they can see stuff from space.

The real question is, how big is that font?

According to a NASA website, each letter is 3,100 feet long.

The generally accepted size for a point in fonts is 1/72 of an inch.

That would mean that a 3,100 foot tall letter would be equivalent to a 2,678,400 point font.

Try to select that option in Word.

By Gary

3 dimples. 7 continents. 130 countries.

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I’d say something about everything’s bigger in Texas, but I think pointing out that this is right outside of Austin is a better observation. Austin’s tagline? “Keeping it weird”

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