Monday, April 14, 2008

Seitz Encourages Takimag Readers to Assert His Stolen-Cartoon Copyright

Angry grandpa Russell Seitz encourages his readers to notify TMZ, Google, the FBI, Wikipedia, the UN, the ADL, and, just in case these fail, the League of Superheroes to see that justice is done, and the copyright inhering in his shittier mashup of two shitty commercial cartoons is protected as a bug in a pug.

‘ In solidarnoscz with Steyn, the author is busy drawing a cartoon of a Polish Viking helmet(horns on the inside) for a charity auction for his legal defense, but has asked Boris Badenov’s diminutive but diligent staff secretary Natasha to remind readers they are authorized to defend his copyrighted work against anonymous Instablog hijacking The anonymous villains may be foiled by faxing a note to Blogspot, Google,etc. along these lines:

“Dear Blogspot:

Copyrighted work appears without permission of the original author or artist at:

http://takimag.blogspot.com/2008/04/banned-in-frostbite-falls-posted-by.html

I believe in good faith belief that use of the copyrighted material described above on the allegedly infringing web page is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law and attest the information in the notification is accurate and that I am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.”

Sign providing information reasonably sufficient to permit Blogspot/Google to contact you (email address is preferred) and Fax or physically mail your note.

Is not necessary to copy to fearless leader as he is reading all mail anyway and is already plenty bored with writing memoranda to Ministry of Medium Troll Whacking Machinery.

Posted by RS on Apr 13, 2008.


Will his campaign fail? Will it succeed? We're laughing too hard to notice.

AAARRRRRGGHHHHHH!

The dreaded copyright threat!

I’m melllllltttttiiinnnnnnnggggg!

http://takimag.blogspot.com/

Posted by Save Me From Granpa Russ! on Apr 14, 2008.

1 comment:

Teresa Guiccioli said...

Seitz Tattles-
My 'maybe I do have a life' stock suddenly soared. Why does it seem they are always trying to prove how 'good' they are? If he was that worried about it, why not just do it, and let the chips fall where they may?

Is 2.0 scared? Will permission be granted? What will Seitz seize upon next? I can hardly stand the suspense!

Virtual World Hearings- Yes I know about Jon Stewart. Still funny. At least more sketch than kvetch.
http://scottsfaves.vodpod.com/video/1076503-the-daily-show-avatar-heroes

~Save Boris!