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February 25, 2011

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FFFFYI from the trademark perspective: multiplying the Fs won't avert a finding of likely confusion with a similar mark for similar goods or services that contains only one F.

(And yes, "Finishing the Hat" is fantastic.)

It just occurred to me that among my friends and probably tons of other people, "ffff" became a kind of code in 1960s. Origin: the Who, "My Generation" -- "why don't you all ffffade away."

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