Hiatus? He Don’t Even KNOW Us!!

17 hours is more like a respite.  A breather, if you will.

Even though we all know the Great White Butthurt Hunter will never leave the jungle…


Author: Paul Krendler

The Thinking Man's Zombie

6 thoughts on “Hiatus? He Don’t Even KNOW Us!!”

  1. He's sending Death Threats now..


      1. hahaha

        I meant the loathsome loser has nothing else as the reason it can't stay away from TFS blogs that have banned the malicious maggot. It's not like it's preparing for grandkids to visit, or spending a lot of time on the phone catching up with its adult children, or meeting up with friends, or, something that's actually possible, taking a class to fill up those long, empty hours minutes between meals.

  2. O/T:

    JMO, not legal advice, and all the other usual caveats apply.

    Trademarks, logos, and the like are something an entity must guard zealously, or they lose their exclusive ownership of them. They can't selectively enforce their rights only when the infringer is a big-time entity with deep pockets. If they don't go after every small-time blogger using their property, they'll lose the ability to go after the big dogs.

    I sincerely hope that in the not too distant future, self-humiliating and self-described Happy My Wife Died woo hoo TheMerryWidower gets an up close, personal, and very expensive lesson about zealously guarding one's artwork, trademark, etc. and how "fair use" doesn't mean use of property belonging to someone else for any purpose other than commenting on that entity, trademark, artwork, etc.

    One can quote a bit from an article under "'fair use" if commenting on that article. One can generally use a company's logo to illustrate commentary about that company.

    Imagine if there was a way to easily search the internet for a certain image to determine the rightful owner. You know, like if someone came up with a free reverse Google image search it could become a real problem for anyone who habitually steals artwork owned by others.

    No one should steal anything, of course, including tiny little graphics created by others. If such a person were to annoy another online, it would be an easy matter to alert the true owner of the material. And, as noted above, the owner must take action to protect their property, or they can't take action against others, because their ownership is diluted.

    Slightly altering property belonging to someone else doesn't defenestrate their rights.

    TL;DRStealing the work of others for any other purpose can be costly. And I hope it soon is for a certain malicious Milwaukee maggot.


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