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Come get some... more trademarks!
December 18th 2000, 22:29 CET by Andy

Ah, another story about 3DR's whacky (ab)use of trademarks. Been a while, hasn't it?

Slashdot posted a review of Evil Dead: Hail To The King, which mentions that the game includes the phrase "Come get some!". As you probably know, or could guess, that line was used in the Evil Dead films and, surprise surprise, was also 'borrowed' by 3DR for Duke Nukem.

But surely those cheeky scamps at 3DR wouldn't have tried to trademark that one too, would they?

Well, yes, apparently they would, in the categories of computer games, multimedia software and TV movies, etc. Basically the same categories as their "Hail to the king" trademark.

So it appears that THQ have been a bit naughty with their Evil Dead game. They obviously have no right to use either of the two trademarked phrases, but they've done so anyway, in blatant disregard of 3DR's fair and reasonable claims of first use. Right?

Hopefully 3DR will sue and teach these scurrilous crooks a lesson.

And on another note, you might remember that 3DR's Scott Miller had some helpful advice for people looking forward to the Evil Dead game: "Inside word is that the game is a stinker, so it's not like we're worried about it stealing sales from DNF."

Not so, says the Slashdot review: "If you're an Evil Dead fan, not buying this game isn't even an option. If you're a fan of horror flicks, or Resident Evil, it'd be a good addition to your library, and if you're just looking for an entertaining game, give it a shot."

Keep an eye out for other reviews of this game, because presumably they'll all say what a "stinker" it is. Otherwise, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Scott just wanted to harm its sales for his own vindictive reasons.
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#1 by "RahvinTaka"
2000-12-18 22:30:10
donaldp@apache.org
yea - its been a while !
;)
<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#2 by "asspennies"
2000-12-18 22:43:30
asspennies@somethingawful.com
I believe the real reason why Scott isn't afraid of the Evil Dead game taking away from DNF sales is that DNF won't come out for another year and a half, at least. ;)<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#3 by "szcx"
2000-12-18 23:01:04
nedocze@hotmail.com
this article doesn't say anything new about the 3DR/Evil Dead trademark issue, does it?  it's almost like the Slashdot review was just an excuse to provoke 3DR a little more.  clearly you are being vindictive, Andy :P
#4 by "Sgt_Hulka"
2000-12-18 23:02:49
rwaring@ameritech.net
I predicted this back in May of 2000 after looking over some E3 Evil Dead material related to this project.

http://www.hulka.com/_viewnews_.cfm?code=2922


BTW: "I predicted this back in May of 2000" is Trademarked to Hulka Fanboy Limited Idustries 3D 2000 Jr.
#5 by "Foogla"
2000-12-19 00:00:20
Foogla@Somethingawful.com
I miss the old RahvinTaka. He'd go :P on Andy's ass, and not use that overrated ;).

;P
#6 by "Therac"
2000-12-19 00:10:46
zenfnord@hotmail.com
Gamespot seems to disagree with that assesment.

http://www.zdnet.com/gamespot/filters/products/0,11114,197246,00.html

<quote>Had the battle sequences not been so maddeningly frustrating and frequent, Evil Dead: Hail to the King would at least weigh in as a decent Resident Evil clone, but they work to make the game almost unplayable.</quote>
#7 by "Demonicuss"
2000-12-19 00:19:12
dwendorf@usa.net
Rented Evil Dead this weekend, and my verdict is this:

It's good, but a month or so of polish would have made it great.  It's kinda hard to move while fighting (an autoaim feature would have been beneficial), and there are small loads when you move every once in a while.  Other than those minor quibbles, the game rocks.  Bruce's voiceovers give it that character that makes the game shine.  I recommend renting it, at least.
#8 by "the_reformed_pianist"
2000-12-19 00:22:41
pianist@canada.com
Oh...... lord in heaven........... I consistently can't get first post anymore. I feel great shame.

Getting 8th is no consolation.
#9 by "Emjoi"
2000-12-19 00:34:36
greg@seis.com.au
...so 3DR haven't actually sued or protested in any way, and there is no real problem.
#10 by "GeorgeBroussard"
2000-12-19 01:17:26
georgeb@3drealms.com
I hear the game isn't very good, but have yet to play it.  We'll see.  I expect fans of AOD will like it because of that, but gamers that are not fans of AOD will want to pass.
#11 by "GeorgeBroussard"
2000-12-19 01:18:58
georgeb@3drealms.com
BTW I predict PC is dead.  I mean the topics suck lately, and never go above 50 posts, and Andy can't seem to find anything better to post about that a non-issue topic like this one?

R.I.P. PC.
#12 by "CharlieWiederhold"
2000-12-19 01:25:45
charliew@3drealms.com
!

hippityhoppityholyshamolydontunderstandthesubjectmatterathandwhichissuchasuprisehuzzah!

!
#13 by "None1a"
2000-12-19 01:28:20
none1a@home.com
<b>GeorgeBroussard</b> (#11):
<quote>BTW I predict PC is dead. I mean the topics suck lately, and never go above 50 posts, and Andy can't seem to find anything better to post about that a non-issue topic like this one?</quote>

Well there are two way this one could go, the fan boy Slashdot review or yet another 3dr IP thing.

Anyway let see if I can make a little detour, every one take a look at <a href="http://www.eurogamer.net/news.php?id=4908">this</a>.

Note it doesn't look like the problem will happen anywhere other then japan as the new setup looks like it simply brings the Japanise PS2 upto where the rest of the worlds release version was. <i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#14 by "Andy"
2000-12-19 01:33:15
andy@meejahor.com
<b>None1a</b> (#13):
<quote>
Anyway let see if I can make a little detour, every one take a look at <A href="http://www.eurogamer.net/news.php?id=4908">this</A>.
</quote>
Doh!

*deletes next topic*

:-)
#15 by "mcgrew"
2000-12-19 02:03:07
mcgrew@famvid.com
[11] GeorgeBroussard "BTW I predict PC is dead. I mean the topics suck lately, and never go above 50 posts, and Andy can't seem to find anything better to post about that a non-issue topic like this one?"

Oh, come on George, just because I haven't dropped by doesn't mean it's dead... remember v1 when a 50 post topic was a big deal? And... why did you pick THIS topic to post that? Hmm...   ;)

BTW, a better topic would have been a rehash of the Stephen King thing, somewhere on the BBC site is an article from Friday where king comes off looking like both a moron and an asshole.

But... only 14 posts? beats the hell out of the springfield crapfest, the Dopey Smurf story has been posted for a week and a half and there are only 2 replies, mine and dopey's. The fragfest itself is doing fine though, despite its lack of a single update all month and the lack of any promotion whatever... I didn't mail anybody (I may send it to the hulkawire)...

go get the Quake Christmas carol MP3s

-steve
#16 by "Densun"
2000-12-19 02:03:57
densun@hotmail.com
Why should 3D Realms be worried about them using this quote? They're not trying to market the game like it's somehow related to Duke Nukem. The quote's from the Evil Dead movies (maybe only Army of Darkness).
#17 by "Kallisti"
2000-12-19 02:15:15
kallisti@uswest.net
Doesn't matter that "Hail to the King" is used in the Evil Dead game. 3DR already stated here that they wouldn't go after them for that.

BUT.... if THQ tries to sell some t-shirts... out come the billyclubs and the quick-dry cement. Or toilet paper, probably.

^^!^^<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#18 by "Andy"
2000-12-19 02:20:29
andy@meejahor.com
<b>mcgrew</b> (#15):
<quote>
BTW, a better topic would have been a rehash of the Stephen King thing, somewhere on the BBC site is an article from Friday where king comes off looking like both a moron and an asshole.
</quote>
Aagh!

*deletes <b>other</b> next topic*

Damn it, first chance I've had in the last week to write some topics, and both of them get blown in the last half dozen posts. :-(

As for the Stephen King thing, yes, he does comes off badly, but if you go and read the comments on his own site, what he's saying does make sense. But still, I don't think anyone could argue that what he did was a bit sleazy. Justified, but sleazy. He had it set up so that if he carried on writing, he'd look good, and if he gave up, the fans would look bad. Veeery sneaky.
#19 by "GeorgeBroussard"
2000-12-19 02:52:00
georgeb@3drealms.com
McGrew,

<quote>Oh, come on George, just because I haven't dropped by doesn't mean it's dead... remember v1 when a 50 post topic was a big deal? And... why did you pick THIS topic to post that? Hmm... ;)</quote>

Nothing to do with this topic, and I've mentioned it before.  Just seems as if readership of The Crap has dropped way, way off.
#20 by "Apache"
2000-12-19 03:01:07
apache@stomped.com
Nothing to do with this topic, and I've mentioned it before. Just seems as if readership of The Crap has dropped way, way off.


It's not that, it's that people actually have to [gasp] register to post comments. We lost the anon troll contributions, the wussies who are too afraid to leave their name by the nasty stuff they write.

:)

Plus, I keep to my little sub-crap 95% of the time:

http://apache.planetcrap.com

(happy cow!)
#21 by "WarrenMarshall"
2000-12-19 04:38:27
warren@epicgames.com
GeorgeBroussard (#11):
BTW I predict PC is dead. I mean the topics suck lately, and never go above 50 posts, and Andy can't seem to find anything better to post about that a non-issue topic like this one?

R.I.P. PC.

Is this something that you want to have happen?  You seem to constantly harp about it ...

Apache (#20):
It's not that, it's that people actually have to [gasp] register to post comments. We lost the anon troll contributions, the wussies who are too afraid to leave their name by the nasty stuff they write.

I imagine that is a large part of it.  Only the people who actually WANT to have conversations here have registered.  The hit-and-run comments are gone, and the trolls have vanished (well, except for one -- and since he's registered if he gets too out of hand, we can take him down).  Which of course leads to less flame wars, no troll feeding, etc ... which means less posts.

I'd rather have it this way actually ... less posts, but higher quality.

---

Warren Marshall
Level Designer/Programmer/Corporate Shill
Epic Games (www.epicgames.com)<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#22 by "shaithis"
2000-12-19 04:54:52
cwb@cuse.org
PC's not dying because there are less posts. It has nothing to do with people not reading. It's the fact that posts are appearing about 400% more often than they were before.

-shaithis
(and thank fucking god for that, because I stop reading once threads get past 50 posts. It all becomes redundant after that)
#23 by "shaithis"
2000-12-19 04:56:32
cwb@cuse.org
Err... the second instance of the word "posts" should be "threads" (ie threads are appearing about 400% more often).

Yes, I know the preview button's down there on the left. Thank you.

-shai
#24 by "dsmart"
2000-12-19 05:00:05
dsmart@3000ad.com
<quote>clearly you are being vindictive, Andy :P</quote>

no!!! you think!?!?

<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#25 by "dsmart"
2000-12-19 05:03:47
dsmart@3000ad.com
<quote>BTW I predict PC is dead. I mean the topics suck lately, and never go above 50 posts, and Andy can't seem to find anything better to post about that a non-issue topic like this one?

R.I.P. PC.</quote>

All those baby craps were a bad idea. All that did was dilute and fragment the community. Someone's idea of innovation. Fucking idiot, whoever that was. I guess the term <i>..why mess with perfection</i> held no meaning. Plus, they didn't fire that fool, Andy.



<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#26 by "NikNak"
2000-12-19 05:11:35
niknak@strategyplanet.com
I think this THREAD is unraveling and the comments are entered POST-haste.
#27 by "GeorgeBroussard"
2000-12-19 05:12:55
georgeb@3drealms.com
Warren,

No, I don't want PC to die, but it's different now.  And worse IMO than before.  Not sure why exactly.  Sure we had trolls before, but activity is activity.  

Maybe it's because Andy isn't arguing as much or taking impossible positions, thus generating lots of messages.

I also think that Shaithis is right and that the topics are coming too fast.  A new (well thought out/controversial) topic every 3 days is fine.  I mean I just haven't cared about any lately - maybe it's just me.

The subcraps are a non-factor because they all suck and once you learn that you don't bother reading them any more.

Probably the biggest problem is the lack of "hot topics" that people care enough to actually post and argue about.
#28 by "Barneyque"
2000-12-19 05:13:45
barneyque@hotmail.com
<b>#25</b> "dsmart" wrote...
<quote><quote>BTW I predict PC is dead. I mean the topics suck lately, and never go above 50 posts, and Andy can't seem to find anything better to post about that a non-issue topic like this one?

R.I.P. PC.</quote>

All those baby craps were a bad idea. All that did was dilute and fragment the community. Someone's idea of innovation. Fucking idiot, whoever that was. I guess the term <I>..why mess with perfection</I> held no meaning. Plus, they didn't fire that fool, Andy.



</quote>

I disagree.  The sub craps that suck are lying dormant (mine), causing no harm whatsoever to the main page, and the one's worth looking at (Apache's) are adding to the experience.

<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#29 by "Barneyque"
2000-12-19 05:17:26
barneyque@hotmail.com
<b>#27</b> "GeorgeBroussard" wrote...
<quote>Warren,

No, I don't want PC to die, but it's different now. And worse IMO than before. Not sure why exactly. Sure we had trolls before, but activity is activity.

Maybe it's because Andy isn't arguing as much or taking impossible positions, thus generating lots of messages.

I also think that Shaithis is right and that the topics are coming too fast. A new (well thought out/controversial) topic every 3 days is fine. I mean I just haven't cared about any lately - maybe it's just me.

The subcraps are a non-factor because they all suck and once you learn that you don't bother reading them any more.

Probably the biggest problem is the lack of "hot topics" that people care enough to actually post and argue about.</quote>

OK, so you came here to argue with Andy, and he's not biting anymore, so you don't like it.  The rest of the stuff is I confess, much less intense, and filled with me whining about my worthless dollar, and video card prices, but I'll tire of that eventually... I hope.

We need time to bloom again.  A real hotbutton topic.  Sometimes you can make one up, sometimes you actually have to wait for someone to do something stupid.

Relax man, it's the holiday season.  :)<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#30 by "WarrenMarshall"
2000-12-19 05:33:55
warren@epicgames.com
dsmart (#25):
All those baby craps were a bad idea. All that did was dilute and fragment the community. Someone's idea of innovation. Fucking idiot, whoever that was. I guess the term <I>..why mess with perfection</I> held no meaning. Plus, they didn't fire that fool, Andy.

Yeah, the subcrap thing never sat right with me either .. the first thing I thought when I saw that was, "I'm never going to be able to follow all these forums."  So I don't ... I just stick to the main page ...

GeorgeBroussard (#27):
Sure we had trolls before, but activity is activity.

Ugh, I can't say that I agree at all!  What good did the troll posts serve?  They pissed some people off enough to make them reply.  And then the troll replies, etc ... useless noise.

---

Warren Marshall
Level Designer/Programmer/Corporate Shill
Epic Games (www.epicgames.com)<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#31 by "Apache"
2000-12-19 05:36:54
apache@stomped.com
re: subcraps

The subcraps are what people make of them. Maybe not all of them are "good", but there are a few worth reading and posting on.
#32 by "None1a"
2000-12-19 05:47:44
none1a@home.com
<b>dsmart</b> (#25):
<quote>All those baby craps were a bad idea. All that did was dilute and fragment the community. Someone's idea of innovation. Fucking idiot, whoever that was. I guess the term <I>..why mess with perfection</I> held no meaning. Plus, they didn't fire that fool, Andy.</quote>


I don't think the subcraps have really had a bad effect. There are only two I bother reading any more (Apache, and 'crap stops here). About the only bad effect is that it stops a lot of people from sending in stories (then again andy's been creating more then enough on his own).

<b>Andy</b> (#18):
<quote>Damn it, first chance I've had in the last week to write some topics, and both of them get blown in the last half dozen posts. :-(</quote>

Sorry but the current ones like floging two dead cows, crappy reivews and 3dr IP, then again nobody bit on eather topic change so they might provide some thing. <i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#33 by "Andy"
2000-12-19 05:48:28
andy@meejahor.com
<b>WarrenMarshall</b> (#30):
<quote>
Yeah, the subcrap thing never sat right with me either .. the first thing I thought when I saw that was, "I'm never going to be able to follow all these forums." So I don't ... I just stick to the main page ...
</quote>
You should have a look at Apache's, it's really good.
#34 by "Kallisti"
2000-12-19 05:53:44
kallisti@uswest.net
<b>Andy</b> (#18):
<quote>Damn it, first chance I've had in the last week to write some topics, and both of them get blown in the last half dozen posts. :-(
</quote>

I don't understand. Someone mentions something you're thinking about making a topic, and because someone mentioned it before you posted the topic, it is not longer a valid topic for discussion??

Please elaborate your position. I have difficulty figuring out wtf you're talking about. Thanks in advance<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#35 by "Andy"
2000-12-19 05:55:48
andy@meejahor.com
<b>Andy</b> (#33):
<quote>
You should have a look at Apache's, it's really good.
</quote>
Oh and that isn't to say that other ones aren't also good, just that I don't know about them.

I think Apache's subcrap is pretty much what a lot of people want (and expect) from the main site. So maybe now they'll quit bitching. Doubt it, though.

But it's nothing like as good as George's site. Wow! Regularly updated, great topics, huge variety of subjects, 100s of well-thought-out comments in every thread... it's... it's... perfect. But I forget the address... what was it again, George?
#36 by "Andy"
2000-12-19 06:01:25
andy@meejahor.com
<b>Kallisti</b> -- It all makes sense to me, and that's what matters. :-)
#37 by "Kallisti"
2000-12-19 06:13:23
kallisti@uswest.net
Hey, no, come on. Stuff the smilely. I want to talk about Stevie King. What's the deal?<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#38 by "Andy"
2000-12-19 06:18:22
andy@meejahor.com
Talk about it here! There's not a whole lot to say about the trademark stuff, and it won't be the first time a thread has wandered off-topic, will it? So start yappin!

Or... you see that "submit story" button? :-)
#39 by "CharlieWiederhold"
2000-12-19 06:24:59
charliew@3drealms.com
Oh, so in order to have a problem with the way something is run or handled, you have to have one yourself?

That settles it then. I don't want to see anymore complaints about 3DR handling of the IP situation until it is from someone who has their own trademarks and IP properties.

What a worthless jab.

Charlie Wiederhold
#40 by "Kallisti"
2000-12-19 06:31:49
kallisti@uswest.net
Well I had thought that the topic had already been moved onto why you scrap a topic "simply" because someone else mentions it. Also, I'm greatly interested by why such an event is accompanied by an:

<b>Andy</b> (#18):
<quote>Aagh!
</quote>

Come on, please; share. I've got 3 theories running, and just can't decide between them. Give us a hint.

Make you a deal, you explain yourself in this instance and I'll click the "submit story" button.<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#41 by "Andy"
2000-12-19 06:48:51
andy@meejahor.com
<b>Kallisti</b> -- There's nothing to explain. I was going to post the topic, someone mentioned it in the thread, I decided not to. I quite often write topics and then don't post them, I just don't usually mention it. It's no big deal, honest. :-)
#42 by "Kallisti"
2000-12-19 07:50:57
kallisti@uswest.net
That's true it isn't a big deal. The single point I'm asking for clarification on is; what is the connection between you not posting the topic and someone mentioning it? Yes, it is no big deal. But I tend to take note when someone says "Aagh." It generally indicates something.

If there is no connection, then, fine; but you went "Aagh" over it. Admittedly the things that make one go "Aagh" tend to be semi-private. Yet still I press the issue.<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#43 by "undule"
2000-12-19 08:01:28
undule@tampabay.rr.com
<quote> GB (#27):

Sure we had trolls before, but activity is activity.

WM - Ugh, I can't say that I agree at all! What good did the troll posts serve? They pissed some people off enough to make them reply. And then the troll replies, etc ... useless noise.

</quote>

Geesh, Warren, I suspect I fall somewhere in with the trauls, being otherwise engaged most of the time and only popping in for a few cents worth of jabber. But I must say, i enjoyed them coming on with the heavy handed q3 rocks and the voodoo kissy facing. (excepting the reformed pianist fellow, who even so gave me a cruel chuckle now and again) Besides, doesn't crapspy let you nick those posts out the loop?

I enjoyed Andy's fooferall  -- and I suspect everyone else did too. I kind of missed the whole bashing LoTax stuff, and that seemed like some kind of breaking point.

Either way, the crap isn't dead it's only puttng it's finger on it's nose, roadside, with bright lights and stern faces beside. And I really like the bit where I log in and it says woop!
#44 by "paul"
2000-12-19 08:01:56
pbullman@webhitzone.com
GeorgeBroussard:

Clearly, you did not read the investigative reporting which discovered an actual reason why DNF is being delayed. This can all be found at http://paul.planetcrap.com.

There isn't much motivation in sub craps because why spend good time on a topic and receive 8 responses. On the same token, it takes good topics to receive good responses.

On another note, I just heard MVP.com is cutting half it's employees. Crazy. How fast can these sites fall?

- Paul
#45 by "EvilivE"
2000-12-19 08:05:48
satanas@worldmailer.com
Well the 3dr gang did a great job of changing the subject.

I can't believe they have trademarked yet another line from the Evil Dead movies.  Have you no shame?  You guys are about as uncreative as it gets.   HIre a writer for fuck's sake.
#46 by "None1a"
2000-12-19 08:35:56
none1a@home.com
<b>paul</b> (#44):
<quote>Clearly, you did not read the investigative reporting which discovered an actual reason why DNF is being delayed. This can all be found at <A href="http://paul.planetcrap.com.">http://paul.planetcrap.com.</A></quote>

Wait didn't George inform us that the water coolers are filled with beer? O and one tip you might not want to include a period in the url for the link it comes out http://paul.planetcrap.com./<i><b></b></i><i></i><i></i>
#47 by "CharlieWiederhold"
2000-12-19 08:41:27
charliew@3drealms.com
I can't believe they have trademarked yet another line from the Evil Dead movies. Have you no shame? You guys are about as uncreative as it gets. HIre a writer for fuck's sake.


That it was claimed as a trademark by us came out the FIRST time (and each time afterwards) this subject came up and everyone got to play the game of "I don't understand trademarks but I'm going to open the cavity that might be my mouth, or it might be my ass, and talk like I do".

Welcome to the conversation.

Charlie Wiederhold
#48 by "szcx"
2000-12-19 08:50:19
nedocze@hotmail.com
but this time it's different.  Slashdot posted a review written by some nobody reader and he liked it.  can't you see the connection between that and Yet Another Rehash of 3DR IP Conspiracy Theory?  do i need to draw you a picture.

sheesh.
#49 by "CharlieWiederhold"
2000-12-19 08:52:59
charliew@3drealms.com
Oh I'm sorry... was I being a prick just then? Forgive me, this should be better.

Dear EVILIVE,

We at 3D Realms thank you for expressing your interest in our products. We want to assure you that your comments are valuable to us and that we take every customer and fan's input very seriously. You have inquired about TRADEMARK: COME GET SOME. We apologize for any problems you might experience using one of our products and would like to work with you in correcting any issues getting TRADEMARK: COME GET SOME to function properly. Please reply to this letter with the following information and our trained tech support people will get to work right away helping you with TRADEMARK: COME GET SOME.

Please list for us your Operating System, 2D/3D Video Card, Sound Card, System Processor, amount of RAM, CD ROM, Credit Card number, Social Security Number, First Born Name.

TRADEMARK: COME GET SOME is something we are very proud of and it pains us to know you are having difficulties with it. Again, we would like to assure you that your comments have been heard and we are working hard to solve these problems. Thanks for your support and we look forward to serving you with other great titles, and maybe even a suprise followup to TRADEMARK: COME GET SOME.

Sincerely, 3D Realms Entertainment
#50 by "WarrenMarshall"
2000-12-19 08:58:05
warren@epicgames.com
undule (#43):
Geesh, Warren, I suspect I fall somewhere in with the trauls, being otherwise engaged most of the time and only popping in for a few cents worth of jabber. But I must say, i enjoyed them coming on with the heavy handed q3 rocks and the voodoo kissy facing. (excepting the reformed pianist fellow, who even so gave me a cruel chuckle now and again) Besides, doesn't crapspy let you nick those posts out the loop?

I just took exception to George saying their posts were contributing to the threads.  They weren't.  They were useless filling ...

CharlieWiederhold (#47):
Welcome to the conversation.

Welcoem to the internet.  ;)

---

Warren Marshall
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