Infernalist: Considering that this POS state has some serious farking problems when it comes to illegal scrips for all of these drugs, I'm pretty damned sure this is just the state of florida doing damage control on that issue.
Lsherm: AbbVie, manufacturer of the painkiller Vicodin, told the Sentinel on Friday that the company was alerted Aug. 27 to the "unauthorized" use of the Vicodin brand name on shirts sold by Kitson.Yeah, fark the Attorney General, who would get shot down on free speech grounds anyway. It's the trademark infringement that's going to get them.
Yogimus: trademark infringement only applies in similar industries.
Lsherm: It's the trademark infringement that's going to get them.
styckx: The illegal script capital of the word going after t-shirts... Yep.. That will solve all the problems for sure..
jghanc: Florida's AG is Pam Bondi, and she isn't a he, most definitely. You may want to research her to get some idea about why she'd be associated with such a dumb idea.
Igor Jakovsky: One of Rick Scott's crusades around here is getting rid of the pill mills and the doctors who prescribe ridiculous amounts of competition for these type of drugs. I'm not surprised that Tallahassee is biatching about this.
DigitalCoffee: Meanwhile, 11 year old girls with "JUICY" stamped on their asses are still OK./there's classy and then there is 'Florida Classy'//florida is the wal-mart of states
Nina_Hartley's_Ass: These aren't what I thought they would be.
Nina_Hartley's_Ass: These aren't what I thought they would be.[media.trb.com image 600x348]The tshirt folks might be OK.
Apik0r0s: [piggybankblog.com image 450x594]Pardon me, I am Pam Bondi. Don't mind me while I suck wrinkled GOP cock all the way to the top.
cretinbob: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: These aren't what I thought they would be.[media.trb.com image 600x348]The tshirt folks might be OK.Nope. The names themselves are the trademark.//both parties are morons
Vector R: The controversial prescription drug shirts sell for $58 and $98 for short and long-sleeved versions.There's the real crime. Who dafuq pays that much for a shirt with a funny saying?"Tongue-in-cheek products that normalize and promote prescription drug abuse only serve to reinforce the misperception about the danger associated with abusing medicine and put more teens at risk," Pasierb's letter said.OH NO THE CHUUUULDRUUUN!!!111!! I wonder what these clods have to say about the awesome shirts they sell at Spencer's and the like advocating for alcohol and/or weed abuse?
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