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Tue Jul 26 18:37:07 UTC 2005

In addition, not defending the "Got whatever", in every existing case that
uses it, leaves the party with no standing against any other party the
uses it.

> On Mon, 25 Jul 2005, Myk Melez wrote:
>> Marcia Knous wrote:
>>> As far as the tag line, not sure if we could use "Got Bugs?" because of
>>> the
>>> whole "Got Milk?" campaign.
>> Got *, where * is something an organization is advertising, is commonly
>> used
>> these days, and there's no indication that the Got Milk campaign has had
>> any
>> problem with it.  We shouldn't worry about such things without reason.
> Parody is considered fair use so there shouldn't be any legal issues.
> --
> </chris>
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