Do you have a comb-over? You may be violating someone else's patent....

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  1. Danny Tse

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    If it was patented in 1975, the patent should have expired by now.
     
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    Maybe they can sue Donald Trump [​IMG]
     
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    Poor taste is not a tort, at least not during the time I was in law school.....
     
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    Have you seen some of those combovers? Negligent infliction of emotional disress, at a minimum. Some would definitely qualify for assault.
     
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    Comb-overs and wind do not mix.
     

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