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(Guardian)   Not so fast, we can't allow you to wear your Pepsi® shirt to The Olympics. I'm sorry, I mean Coca-Cola®'s The Olympics. Excuse me, I mean McDonald's® and Coca-Cola® Present The Olympics Featuring Adidas®   ( guardian.co.uk) divider line
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2012-07-22 02:38:11 AM  
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ox45tallboy: Great Janitor: Okay, I'll make you a deal, I won't wear anything offensive, but dammit, if I wear the shirt of the rival company of the company sponsoring the event, it's going to take the orders of a judge to get me to remove it before entering your building. Ban me for wearing it? Either refund my ticket money or Facebook, Twitter and an email to every news company in the area about what happened will proceed, plus I will get into contact with the sponsoring company and it's rival. When finished, you'll wish you had not banned me. Especially if I get a sleazy lawyer into the mix who agrees with me that it's a violation of my right to free speech (which is lawyer speak for: "You have deep pockets").

You do realize that the Olympics aren't in the United States, right?

I didn't say the Olympics. I just said 'the event'. I actually wrote that to imply that any event I attend. I guess I should have actually made that a bit more clear.
2012-07-21 10:02:43 PM  
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Millennium: Exclusive sponsorship and broadcasting deals are quite possibly the worst thing ever to happen to the Olympics.

quoted for truthiness, bares repeating, this.
2012-07-21 09:33:07 PM  
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