Factually wrong on every point they raise, and yet still insisting their conclusion stands.
I am off to Happy Hour and dinner. Consider this your open thread, and you damned kids behave.
*** Update ***
This is dumber:
By the power vested in Broward County, Florida, Chad Johnson’s name is now legally “Chad Javon Ocho Cinco,” in what he calls a reinvention of the Ocho gig.
“Ocho Cinco 2.0,” is what Johnson is calling it, but what the NFL is calling it remains to be seen. Could Johnson be looking for “Ocho Cinco,” to go across the back of his No. 85 jersey?
“Hint, hint,” he said of the marketing potential. “It’s something I don’t think anyone has ever done before. Have I ever had a reason for why I do what I do? I’m having fun.”
Johnson “changed,” his name to Ocho Cinco for warmups before the game against the Falcons in 2006 and before Carson Palmer ripped off the nameplate to reveal C. Johnson. That was a violation of NFL uniform rules and he was reportedly fined $5,000.
Now he’s done it legally in a move first reported by ProFootballTalk.com. And according to the document from the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit, the name change won’t “invade the property rights of others, whether partnership, patent, good will, privacy, trademark, or otherwise.”