Tag: marketing

Oh, Oh, CockyGate, So Much Hate

Oh, Oh, CockyGate, So Much Hate

IWhy can't we look away for a while without feeling guilty for condoning shit? Or, is that just me feeling that way? The world is full of shit, but this post brings to you updates on slimy trademark filings and related acts. (See my last post on trademark checks if you haven't already.) Content Warning: … Continue reading Oh, Oh, CockyGate, So Much Hate

A Subversive Thought: No One Owns ‘Rebellion’

A Subversive Thought: No One Owns ‘Rebellion’

This is another post about a trademark of a single word. This one was from the United Kingdom and it's insensible. The uses on the application include nearly everything and the kitchen sink. Honestly, I'm not sure the list includes kitchen sinks because I have too much to do than figure out whether or not … Continue reading A Subversive Thought: No One Owns ‘Rebellion’

More Cocky Trademarks: Weird Stuff

More Cocky Trademarks: Weird Stuff

I've already draft seven more posts about how the cocky trademarks popping up might give everyone a hard time in the near future. The research alone is draining. I don't want to spend much time on post headers for each announcement of these ridiculous-appearing trademark applications. You're going to see repeats or nothing in header … Continue reading More Cocky Trademarks: Weird Stuff