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Monday, 7 February 2011

EARTH - In a landmark case, the entire planet has been sued for continual use of product names, brand names, lyrics and other related issues without a permit from the original producer.

The roughly 6.9billion living on the planet's surface pay in total a sum of US$200billion.

Over two-hundred companies have started the litigation against the human race citing copyright reasons, and have found over 900 trillion pieces of internet, audio, and video evidence of people stating product names in real life.

"If you want to say our name," said a spokesman for Sony, "talk to the Sony head office in your country, and then you can say it. Same goes for any artist on the Sony Music label and their subsidies."

As of press time... what? What do you mean, I can't say 'Press Time'? That's a copulating song?!

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