This Saturday at the Krewe de Tit Rex. Please avoid bringing crushed Jeeps and Newmans cooked in coldsweats. Last time everyone brought those and that pretty much defeated the point of the potluck. Remember: it’s not the nineties anymore! Let’s start some new T-Rex food fashions!
Earlier this morning, we officially served the Krewe of ‘tit Rex this Cease to Exist letter for their blatant and persistent trademark infringement of the T Rex name. Our continued thanks to all of our supporters as we advance through the challenges before us.
ATTN: Leadership Committee, Krewe of ‘tit Rex
RE: Cease to Exist: Trademark Infringements and Blatant Ageism
Dear Sirs and Madams,
I write on behalf of my client, Tyrannosaurus Rexes Remaining in the United States (“T-Rexes R US”,) who, having become aware of blatant and persistent trademark infringements in the use of a homophonic variation of the T-Rex® trademark, do hereby call for you to cease to exist. My research shows that my client has clear primacy over the T-Rex® brand in this case, having existed 67 million years ago. Furthermore, my client charges that the Krewe, having never asked members of T-Rexes R Us to join despite obvious candidates among them, is engaging in ageist discrimination in its membership.
My clients demand compensation and a little more respect for your elders, and have made clear they will not settle for you just turning your t upside down, too.
Pei Lee O. Lithwic,