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  • Niteshift
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    An earlier court date has been set for Spike Lee

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  • Niteshift
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    If TNN was smart they'd rename the network
    "F-Spike".

    Adding the 'F' would screw his lawsuit and tell him to F- off at the same time."


    That would be pretty close to the other campaign by the WWF, which is on TNN.

    The WWF lost a case in the UK. They World Wildlife Fund claimed they owned the rights to those initials and a UK court incorrectly (IMO) ruled in favor of them.

    So the WWF, became the WWE and their campiagn was "Get the F out".

    And while we're at it, somebody to tell Lifetime to change to the CHICK channel or the man-HATER channel, because that's what it is! I mean, how many women in peril movies are there, for crying out loud?

    That why I call it The Victim Channel.

    "Someone should shoot (Charleton) Heston with a Bulldog .44."-Spike Lee

    Odd comment from a man that produced a movie about the Son of Sam killings. [Eek!]

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  • JRT6
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    "Someone should shoot (Charleton) Heston with a Bulldog .44."-Spike Lee

    Some people can say whatever they want about however they want and you'd better not say a word about it.

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  • auntysuz63
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    I'm still trying to figure out the whole "Spike-TV" thing and why that's something manly (other than the obvious)? How did they decide that "SPIKE" was manly? I mean, why not the MAN channel, or the MACHO channel or the ARR ARR ARR channel (in honor of Tim Allen)?

    And while we're at it, somebody to tell Lifetime to change to the CHICK channel or the man-HATER channel, because that's what it is! I mean, how many women in peril movies are there, for crying out loud?

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  • BrickCop
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    If TNN was smart they'd rename the network
    "F-Spike".

    Adding the 'F' would screw his lawsuit and tell him to F- off at the same time.

    The "male demographic" they are catering to would love it.

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  • JKT
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    quote:
    Originally posted by Scratchy:
    ...My last name is a common word. I think I'll go make a list of what companies I can sue. Anyone know an unscrupulous lawyer I can use.

    Sure! Look in the yellow pages under "attorney"

    [Eek!]

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  • Mike Tx
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    Around here there was a place called Johnnys Transmissions, in Arlington Texas, and Johnny had some billboards put up advertising his shop, and saying he was the "working mans friend". He also put his picture on the billboard.

    The problem was that Johnny looks just like Willie Nelson. A real close match if I do say so. I did work for him a few times also.

    Willie Nelson didn't like it, and sued Johnny over the billboard saying that Johnny was using his (Willie's) face to get business. Willie lost because the judge said the Johnny, being older than Willie, had the face first and could therefore advertise that way without paying Willie anything.

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  • Niteshift
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    I caught a piece earlier today on Fox News.

    Since TNN is losing money on this, the judge ordered Spike Lee to put up a $2.5 million bond to continue this suit.

    I think the people who made the Tom and Jerry cartoons should sue Spike Lee. I'm sure it infringed on their name of that dog named Spike they had.

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  • nickg
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    gee....i smell a fortune brewing here if i can just file suit against NICK AT NITE!!

    i'm sure EVERYBODY thinks of me when they watch it.

    spike lee is an idiot and should be put out of my misery.

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  • CinaC
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    Spike Jonze filed suit in favor of TNN.

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  • Badgerland
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    I caught this story on Celebrity Justice a few days ago. The judge stated that celebrities have a right to protect their image.

    Have you ever heard Spike Lee referred to as just "Spike?" I could see blocking the name change if TNN were to turn into "Cher TV" or "Prince TV," but Spike TV? I didn't even think of Spike Lee until this lawsuit was brought forth.

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  • Xanthorius
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    Y'all better not be naming something the Wil Network, or the Xanthorius Network, or even the Xanth Network. My bulldog lawyers will be breaking down your doors!

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  • 3/4s
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    Maybe they could rename themselves "The Jesse Network". That way it would probably only cost them $250,000 like it cost NASCAR.

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  • Niteshift
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    I just found this:

    [i]# The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that the court in New York is trying to move up the hearing between Spike Lee and Viacom over the name

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  • ateamer
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    He's a sawed-off runt whose sense of self-importance is in inverse proportion to his talent and worth to society.

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