• Chucky was tired of being overlooked in Glacier Park, where the moose, bears, elk, deer, goats and sheep all got top billing for their image on T-shirts.  His lawyer proposed a Federal discrimination suit . . .


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  • The turtles--the real turtles--were suing the turtle doves for trademark infringement. Turtles, not some silly bird, had the name first and adding it to some flighty creature without a shell was demeaning . . .

Trademark Infringement

By |September 4th, 2019|Categories: Birds, Lawyers, Reptiles & Amphibians|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Trademark Infringement

New Reality Show

The 3  Wiggly brothers–one delayed dealing with a lawsuit by a wolf–were pitching a pig reality show. It had action,  was gritty, down and dirty.  How could anyone not like that . . .?

By |March 6th, 2017|Categories: Actors, domestic animals, Lawyers, Pop culture|Tags: , , |Comments Off on New Reality Show

Nowhere to Hide

As the snow got deeper, Rufus found it increasingly difficult to hide from his soon to be ex-wife’s lawyers, process servers, and the bill collectors . . .

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Pending Civil Rights Lawsuit

Quincy’s offer to guard the ponds at Disney World was rejected–they said he might scare the children–His lawyer said they would file a discrimination lawsuit . . .

By |August 18th, 2016|Categories: Lawyers, Reptiles & Amphibians|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Pending Civil Rights Lawsuit

Texas Open Carry Law

While waiting for the Governor’s signature for the new Texas Open Carry Law, some thought the bill was a little vague not only on the open carry concept itself, but on what you could carry openly. Some of the less conservative groups thought that the gun show crowd might be pushing the envelope just a little . . .

By |April 3rd, 2015|Categories: Bizarre, Lawyers, Politics, Texas|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Texas Open Carry Law