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"Indeed, the rage of theorists to make constitutions a vehicle for the conveyance of their own crude, and visionary aphorisms of government, requires to be guarded against with the most unceasing vigilance."
     -- Joseph Story
     Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States
     Book III, § 1857.

Saturday, June 28, 2003


(Talk about having no sense at all. Let's set aside the question whether a trademark on a phrase already in common use could possibly be valid as to that common use, or whether its continued unauthorized and unacknowledged use would dilute said trademark. This fool has destroyed, in advance, any possible goodwill he might otherwise have enjoyed, so the trademark he is trying to claim cannot have any value worth preserving.)

-- posted by Clayton 6/28/2003 02:22:00 PM

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