Disney markets an adult T-shirt featuring Joy Division's "Unknown Pleasures" album cover shaping the Mickey Mouse logo.
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A new report reveals that Disney has been engaged in a trademark dispute with the Atlanta Braves since last summer.
Tomorrow's Free Shipping Day, and over 2000 merchants are hoping you will be extra liberal with your credit card usage.
Sure, go ahead and apply for a trademark of "Seal Team 6." But a Winnie the Pooh etching on a child's gravestone? Disney's legal department would like to have a word with you.
"Here's something interesting... an add-on sign stuck to a Disney trash can! It's curious how it's being referenced as a 'Waste Bin.' This laminated sign with unmatched font is really bad show... even for a place you stick your garbage."
"Disney has filled its need for these workers in two ways. For one, Disney has used a blend of chutzpah and ingenuity to forge new federal law establishing the Q visa."
The most entertaining flying elephant to come out of Disney since... well... ever.
"We are fully committed to protecting our trademark rights," Commander Danny Hernandez, the chief Navy spokesman, tells the Wall Street Journal.