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OMG! You didn't MIX Warner Brothers and Disney character names
in the same product/docs, did you?
Licensing sin of the first magnitude!
Draw your curtains. Stay away from windows. Don't answer
If you have a safe-house, assume it's compromised.
The government might not be able to find it, but those
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Suzette Leeming
> I have often used cartoon character names, such as Bugs Bunny, Mickey
> Mouse, etc.
> Suzette Leeming
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