Rock band The Red Hot Chili Peppers are in the process of suing Showtime networks over their television series “Californication” stating that it is a violation of trademark law due to the band being “commercially recognized” for the word, which they are refering to as a slogan. In 1999, the Chili Peppers recorded an album with the same name which was a huge success. They are asking that Showtime stop using the name and surrender any profits gained as a result. Why do I see this turning ugly? Let’s hope the Peppers do not get too fired up although it may already be too late.
Daily Archives November 20, 2007
Check out Sugarland’s cover of “Irreplaceable” with special guest BeyoncÃ© at last night’s AMAs.
We all remember the â€œSnakes on a Planeâ€ campaign, where we were called names by Samuel L. Jackson and encouraged to go see the movie. This time, Borat takes it one step further, using many of the R-rated insults found in the new travel guide.
Visit Boratâ€™s Varitalk website, and feel the joy of having Kazakhstanâ€™s 4th most famous man call your co-worker a â€œgypsy catcherâ€, a â€œping pongs playerâ€, or a â€œpubis knitterâ€, while you chuckle hidden awa...