Chapter 11 is a pseudo-random typewriter font with the ribbon on the fritz. The single font contains four different character sets of varying ranges. If your program supports advanced OpenType features, activate the contextual alternates to see the ghost in the machine while you type. Otherwise, character variations are accessible through any character map or glyph palette, so you can manually mix and match your setting.
This font is highly recommended for use in filling out government bailout forms. It will make the whole world believe you actually need it.
1940s, 1950s, 1960s, Distressed, Font, Graffitti, Retro, Serif, Special Effect, Urban