Here are some words I didn’t expect to see myself typing: I agree with Michael Moore. That’s an excellent piece on the Bin Laden killing, particularly on the importance of trials if you really want to defeat extremists – with the second World War as an example. (The headline quote is in relation to when people really started celebrating that victory – it was at the declaration of peace, not the earlier announcements of Hitler’s death or Hiroshima.)
ELSEWHERE: The copyright parasites in that country try to trademark the name of the SEAL team that took Osama down. Trademark it. Seriously.
Records show that just two days after bin Laden’s killing, Disney Enterprises, Inc., filed paperwork to trademark the name “SEAL TEAM 6.”
And Disney is pretty confident the utterly broken IP system that they dominate will let them.