Number One: Know your own Terms of Service.
Number Two: Don't fuck with me.
Number Three: When shopping for a Ventrilo server, think twice about Darkstar, LLC.
Bonus Number Four: Learn how to spell "do."read more
These are really quite clever. Apparently they've been around for a while.
Via FAIL Blog, this Orange County sign:
The references are to the Orange County Codified Ordinances. The ordinances read:
Sec. 2-5-49. - Diving/jumping. No person shall dive or jump into any body of water in park, beach or any recreational area from any pier, bridge, rock or precipice other than at those places designated and posted for diving or jumping by the Director, as authorized by resolution of the Board of Supervisors. Violation ofread more
Via Prawfsblawg, a story from Reuters India reports that a British official has asked California Governor Schwarzenegger to shut down a Website that she says encourages prostitution in the UK. Prostitution is legal in the UK. Quoth the official,
Surely it can't be too difficult for "The Terminator" to terminate Punternet and that's what I am demanding that he does.
Patently, Ms Harman is not acquainted with our First Amendment, which is precisely what preventsread more
And candy for cuties!
They were right about the cantilever heels, pants, and mobile phones, at least.
My favorite is the headlight.read more
William Gluckin & Co. v. Int'l. Playtex Corp., 407 F.2d 177 (2d Cir. 1969), is an opinion upholding the issuance of a preliminary injunction against Playtex, manufacturer of, ahem, ladies' support garments, prohibiting Playtex from prosecuting a lawsuit it had filed against Woolworth & Co. for selling brassieres manufactured by Gluckin at Woolworth's stores in Georgia. See, what happened was this: Playtex had a patent, and Gluckin (allegedly) infringed the patent and sold theread more