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Quote of the Day - Only for the phony is commercialism-the bending of creativity to common utility-a naughty word. To the truly creative, it is a bridge to the great audience, a means of sharing rather than debasing. - Ernest Jones
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Crass Commercialism at its Crassiest

For all you lawyers and law-oriented non-lawyers, here's your chance to show the world just how much you love the law. You can emblazon your clothing, mugs, calendars, note cards, bags and other odds and ends with our new Judge. I don't have a name for him yet - maybe I'll have to sponsor a contest to name him. And of course the prize will be ....

Thanks to the cartoonist at Conservative Crust, MIPTC will soon sport a new logo. The logo should be up on the weblog within a few days, but you can see it (and buy it) right now at the MIPTC logo store. Yes, it's trademarked.

That's right - crass commercialism at is crassiest. So buy for your entire law firm, family, friends and even babies!

From now on when I send gifts, I know what I'm buying.

Posted by J. Craig Williams on Thursday, October 16, 2003 at 08:15 Comments (0)


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