Category Archives: Intellectual Property

Nicaragua triunfará

Elections in Nicaragua are less than a month away, which means the criminal misuse of American pop songs — artistically speaking — as a means of marketing the various candidates to the all-important Youth of the Country has just about … Continue reading

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The seen and the unseen

The Chamber of Commerce’s Mark Espers is bemoaning the fact that some people may get high-quality sports merchandise from unlicensed vendors at a fraction of the inflated prices of official league-sponsored gear. That those foolish enough to buy sports jerseys … Continue reading

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Bono: worst celebrity ever?

(U2 singer Bono, pictured right, coming to the aid of an unknown delusional man.) Bono, the physical manifestation of all that is wrong with the world and the leader of some band called U2, has a column in The New … Continue reading

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