Naw, I think Law School is, like, his 4th career or something.Barrus said:I don't think so, TFF isn't that old, right? He just started law school, so I thought of him being about 24 or something
Nah, Mr. Dopestrong has his hands full at the moment.antoine said:my friends and i had them made a couple years ago. we thought about selling them, but it seemed like too much trouble.
u wanna take orders Antoine?Hugh Januss said:Don't "sell them" simply "have them made to give to all your friends" who will then make sure that you are compensated for the cost of production and for your time. Oh and see if you can get them made by Hincapie Sports Wear.
I don't think you can seel them at a profit, as it would then no longer be part of the fair use doctrine, at least I would presume this to be the case, as it is no longer fair use for criticism or comment or the like, but for monetary gainRace Radio said:You can absolutely produce and sell the jerseys. Parody is protected speech
Copyright law Section 107 provides that "the fair use of a copyrighted work . . . for purposes such as criticism [or] comment . . . is not an infringement . . . ,''
Expect Public Strategies to try to pressure you to with a cease and desist but they will fail with that just as they have failed here in the forum with their interns
My god and than still going to law school, I would be horrified to write another thesis at age 46. BTw, which law school are you going to? (and is there a position open in the field of international criminal law?)Thoughtforfood said:Anyway, I am 42 and law will be my 4th career (if you can count being a line cook/waiter and traveling around the world during my 20's a career).