The very definition of Irony

The man who touts for the man who faces copyright violation charges complains to Twitter using copyright to try and shut down a parody account….

I wonder what Gareth Hughes thinks about this?

“At the moment, if a company says ‘you’re breaching my copyright, you’re commenting on our activities or views’, [satirists] just don’t have a legal leg to stand-on,” Hughes said.

“I think it’s a big hole because it’s legitimate public commentary. Parody and satire have been used for literally thousands of years to make public and political commentary.”

Chopper would have something to say to Fisher:


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