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Washington Football’s Trademark Defense Is So Vulgar It’s Silly

Washington’s football club is facing third and long in their desperate attempt to save their canceled “Redskins” trademark, but alluding to their latest defense as a “Hail Mary” play would probably offend actual nuns who literally hail the Virgin mary. Why? Because Washington football’s defense for keeping their disparage Native American slur as a registered trademark invokes products like a “Slutsseeker” dating service, “Gringo Style” salsa, “Dangerous Negro” shirts and “Take Yo Panties Off” clothing. Severely. Following a federal judge’s July approval of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s Trademark…

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The 36 Weirdest Products On Amazon You’ll Still Kinda Want

Amazon is a the perfect place to find a host of practical products, whether you’re on the market for a new define of pots and pans, or only stocking up on AAA batteries. But simply scratch the surface, and Amazon is host to some of the strangest products you’ll see online. From inexplicable wall decals, to insane-but-brilliant inventions, we’ve gathered together 36 of the weirdest things you can buy on Amazon, including a few you’ll probably want immediately. We hope you find these handy products as awesome as we do.…

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Your Official NYC End Of Summer Bucket List* Betches

Labor Day has passed, but summer is still here until September 22, whether you like it or not. TBH, I’m fairly over the hot, but for those of you who would like to take advantage of the final days of summer, here are some Brunch Boys approved places to add to your objective of summertime pail listing. I’ll only be here with my AC in my face until it’s officially fall. City Vineyard City Vineyard is a restaurant and wine bar located at pier 26 on the Hudson River with…

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Oklahoma teachers ride wave of the assistance provided in marching to capital: ‘It’s for the kids’

Well-wishers offer food, drink and cheers as more than 125 educators travel 110 miles to seek better funding ” Wool socks, that’s what I require ,” says the retired teacher Robert Niemi, 68, as he takes off his white cotton socks in an effort to keep his feet dry and prevent blisters. Niemi is one of more than 125 teachers and their advocates marching 110 miles to demand action on poorly needed classroom supplies. They left Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Wednesday for a seven-day walking to the country capital, Oklahoma City.…

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