Discussion in 'Other Domain Names' started by PaulK, Jun 30, 2011.
I see what your saying but it can be very expensive to argue your case.
Not intending to offend your sales thread so let me know if you want me to remove this comment.
i'm trying to think why you would post that reply in a sales thread !
i'm not asking your opinion on the legalities of the situation and MY comments are fit for the purpose to stop the whingers and proclaimers who post their armchair legal observations !
its a sales thread and to be truthful you knew that when you posted in it, when want an opinion i'll run it up the flag in the appraisals section.......maybe you should shoot over there to see if anyone's interested in what you've got to say.
Bit venomous considering my post.
Well, tell me you didn't know better than to post your opinion in a sales thread!!
I would have reacted better to "£50 or shove it up your A****"
OK, I think it's a cracking domain name and would certainly be interested at the BIN price, as I think alot of others would, however, I thought it would be sensible to enquire about any trademark infringements and chose to do it in a diplomatic fashion, giving you the option to tell me to remove my comments if you felt they offended the spirit of the thread. You chose to pick a fight instead, that's your prerogative. Now in view of the potential trademark issues I'm out.
haha, hold on.
you chose to jump in on a sales thread, There was nothing Diplomatic about it, you could have PM'd me and if (which i really doubt) you were interested in the name raised your issues and we could have worked through them.....
No, you jumped in and got a rollicking! and then you accuse me of picking a fight with YOU, priceless!
Let's face it you were never "IN" were you.
Why didn't you just tell me to edit my comments ?
I'm going to add my pennies worth here - In that Whilst I wouldn't for a moment justify an OTT reply by the original poster, there are better ways of taking anothers 'Spin' out of a post.
But never the less the amount of TM flags that get raised for 'generic terms' is imho very wrong. JoeBloggs as a term of reference to any 'non-descript person' has been around for many years - Far far longer than the adoption of the term by the clothing company.
The poster has made clear that usage should subject to due-diligence.
I couldn't imagine much better name for someone wanting a Blogging domain
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