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    Hallmark Finally Stops Joking Around

    I have nothing else to say about this lawsuit. You can read what one of Hallmark’s reps had to say about Paris Hilton’s lawsuit against them and comment about it if you want:

    “There is no likelihood that Hallmark’s use of the words ‘that’s hot’ in a parody greeting card would confuse consumers into believing that the greeting card is sponsored by or affiliated with Hilton.”

    “Hilton apparently believes that she can control not only how she is commented upon, but who can say the words ‘that’s hot.’ The law, however, does not allow Hilton to quash such a portrayal, nor does it grant her the power to stop others from using her purported catchphrase to poke fun at her.”

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    Comment from Dawn
    Time: November 9, 2007, 5:01 pm

    But Hallmark used Paris’s photo on their cards without her permission, and Paris is trademarked.
    So it’s not just about Hallmark using “That’s Hot” commercially.

    Comment from juju
    Time: November 9, 2007, 9:36 pm

    yeah, like we’ve seen before with others, they take a alot of liberties against Paris that are not taken towards other. namely, making it personal and vindictive rather than a buisness case. Those swipes were not necessary for their case. Maybe it means their case is so weak they are trying to win by smearing her and influencing the judge this way. One would have thought that behavior in a lawsuit would have avoided this, stuck with the facts and law and overall would have been more professional. Apparently not so with Hallmark. And apparently not so with some in the criminal justice system in LA as we saw this summer. I guess since they got away with it, everyone else sees this type of behavior towards her as fair game.

    It will be interesting to see how this plays out. Will she get before a fair judge this time or not like before.

    Don’t think i’ll ever buy another one of Hallmark’s products.

    Comment from Django
    Time: November 10, 2007, 4:39 am

    I’m with you on the Hallmark boycott juju (also the name of one of my favourite Siouxsie & The Banshees albums btw). I’ll also try my best to discourage people from sending me Hallmark cards (without being rude or ungrateful towards those who do though).

    I don’t have a particular problem with this particular card, as it’s not nasty, but I’m all for Paris and her lawsuit, because I accept that it’s a copyright issue and I don’t like their attitude towards her. The card I really despise them for though, was one I heard about that practically calls her a “skank” (in a round about way of dissing her perfume range). That’s pretty far from humour for me and nothing less than a disgraceful personal attack cowardly hiding behind the tag of “celebrity humour”. I also don’t like the way they think that you can’t make a fool of co-workers, family or friends but hey, a celebrity like Paris obviously doesn’t have any feelings, so is fair game. I’m sure the… er, geniuses? that come up with these cards wouldn’t like the situation to be reversed – to be personally attacked in media for all the world to see, just because they did something that could get them in the public eye. They’ve certainly shown themselves to be without honour or decency and not a company worth respecting.

    Get ’em, Paris!

    Comment from Smarter Thanu
    Time: November 10, 2007, 7:54 pm

    You are all a bunch of idiots if you idolize such an empty headed egotistical skank as Paris Hilton. Get a life. I’m sure Hallmark Cards use words that are too big for you to understand anyway. They definitely won’t cry over losing your patronage.

    Comment from Django
    Time: November 11, 2007, 3:38 am

    I’m sure that’s supposed to be Smarter Than You? Aww didumsies, was the extra two letters too long and hard for you to type after a long and hard day of going around sites of a celebrity you don’t like or know anything about, just to slag her and her fans? I’d suggest finding a celebrity or interest that you do like and doing something positive, rather than this kind of negative pastime, but it would probably be too beyond your idiot mind to process such an ambitious idea (after all, it occurs to many people naturally to be this way and you have to be told).

    Incidentally, the need to go around fansites bashing others is the very definition of not having a life. Also, everyone has different tastes and it is sheer idiocy to suggest that any one interest can mark someone as an idiot – but then that’s what idiots do isn’t it, mock others for daring to be different?

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