Wednesday, October 13, 2010

He's back!

I just received this nice little picture and a letter from Eugene's lawyer. Enjoy.
Dear Mr. Robert Zombie:

As you have been made aware from numerous emails we have sent you this past week, I represent Mr. Eugene S. Van Dekak on matters pertaining to his ownership and copyright of his trademark “Everything is Boring” used for the last three years on Mr. Van Dekak’s blog: Eugene’s Entertainment Report. As I have stated in previous emails, Mr.Van Dekak has invested significant sums of his own money in order to develop, produce and maintain his internet video blog. Your use of his trademark catch phrase “Everything is Boring” as the title and in the lyrics of a rock and roll song has caused my client serious harm both financial and psychological.
It is not generally my practice to provide free legal analysis, but in the interests of finding some solution as painlessly and efficiently as possible, we again are asking for the sum of $350,000 in damages with an added 15% of all gross income (before taxes) generated from future sales of the song “Everything is Boring”, as we have already stated now on three different occasions. Of Course, this is only my opinion, and I urge you to refer any questions you have to your own, apparently quite capable legal counsel. If you will not comply with this request, please provide the requested documents I have described in my previous emails. My client has now halted his production of further blog webisodes until a future agreement is met.
I hope you are able to appreciate our side of this issue, the well being of my client Mr. Van Dekak and can agree with our terms accordingly. We look forward to your reply at your earliest convenience. Thank you once again for your time and thoughtful consideration of this matter, and I hope we can quickly resolve our differences.

Drago Rutherford the II
Counsel for Mr. Van Dekak

24 comments:

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  2. This is a rib, right? Because according to the Googles, there's no such blog or person. Same with esteemed counsel, Dragon Rutherford. The Second. Regardless, at least it was polite.

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  3. Drago Rutherford? now that just sounds made up.

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  5. So did he send the picture with it to really try to scare you ha ha ha ha!!

    Wow!!

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  6. i think this eugene is a scam artist,googled him and the second link (first was your blog) is a frad report against eugene

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  7. Outstanding man! You're something else! Can't wait to see how this one will turn out.
    Drago Rutherford the II??? That's the coolest lawyer name ever! >:D

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  8. Again, what's with the lazy eye? Until that question is answered I just can't move on.

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  9. Better not say Everything is boring, or Eugene's gonna sue your ass..LOL..

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  10. He's obviously a mouth breather and really needs to see a dentist. Did he borrow those glasses from his grandma?

    Zombie, just eat his brains...actually...don't do that. You wouldn't find much in his head that would make it worth your efforts.

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  11. By the way, Thank you for coming to Missouri again so soon. I saw you during the Hellbilly Deluxe 2 Tour at the Uptown Theater, Kansas City, MO and then again last week in Independence, MO. Your shows are the best! Thanks for going all out for your loving Kansas City fans!

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  12. Lmao this dude fake or real has got to be a creature from napolean dynamite's worst nightmare ! I actully hope he is real!! because it will confirm my guess to what dr. Satan was doing under the house !

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  13. i did some research on the trademark website,nothing was filed

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  14. Srsly? A lawyer whose first name is the same as the villain from Rocky IV? Dolph Lundgren Esq, counsel for the plaintiff.

    Funny stuff.

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  15. This is as scary as Greg Brady kissing Florence Henderson on DWTS

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  16. Sounds like someone needs a c*nt punt ;p

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  17. This guy needs to do a few more laps in the gene pool.

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  18. Ok....as if "Drago Rutherford" isn't absurd enough, he's going to throw in "the II" as a bonus? Now...I'm not a lawyer (but I *do* have this whip...) nor am I a geneologist, but it's kinda' my understanding that "the II" would more commonly be known as "Junior". That means that Unlikely Name Junior doesn't really have to break out the Roman numerals until he has a pedantic, self-deluding little sprog of his own.... y'know...Griffin Throckmorton III, or whatever his name allegedly is. Am I wrong, here?

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  19. To me this is fishy since when is someone told not to use a phrase? I use that phrase all the time will i get in crap?? this guy and his lawyer sounds shady, If president obama used this phrase will he get the same letter and mr zombie did? I honestly think that someone is attempting to try and get some quick cash.

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  20. Nice disguise Rob and a great idea!! Ha, ha!

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