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After Ryan Gosling and “Saturday Night Live” decided to take the Papyrus font to task this weekend, the creator is speaking out. “It was not my intent to be used for everything — it’s way overused,” font creator Chris Costello said on CBS News Sunday. Costello said he got inundated with emails after the skit, which showed Gosling obsessing over how the film “Avatar” just used the Papyrus font for its logo, aired Saturday night.

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