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9. Gamingboy Posted: February 24, 2013 at 06:34 PM (#4375319)
Yes, Larry, for once we agree. Embrace the hatred. Some of the most famous characters in film history have been the villain. Become the heels you know you want to be....
10. Shooty is Rooting For Ackman Posted: February 24, 2013 at 06:37 PM (#4375322)
"Become" the heels? Are we in Crazy Town? Since when haven't the Yankees been the heel?
edit: Or are we talking about the Red Sox? Hell, I don't even know anymore.
Am I correct in that these two are fighting over which one owns complete dominion over an English phrase?
Feel free to sell merchandise calling the Maple Leafs, Patriots, or Lakers
They are fighting over the complete dominion over an English phrase when it is used with respect to baseball.
I love this logic. It's awesomely self-confirming. The very act of applying for a trademark on "Evil Empire" is itself evidence towards that trademark.
Did anybody actually read the article? The Yankees didn't apply for the trademark or argue that they have exclusive rights to the phrase
Well that's okay. Being the only people allowed to say "baseball's evil empire" is much less onerous than being the only people allowed to say "evil empire."
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