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Doesn't matter what we think, it matters what the lawyers think. ;)

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I had the same thought as MJ.

Hope it’s not a major bind for you buddy.

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Hmm. Sounds like a "likelihood of consumer confusion" poll. Hope you aren't in trademark litigation.
 
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Pre-emptive. Thread closed, poll closed, but thanks to all.
 
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Doesn't matter what we think, it matters what the lawyers think. ;)

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BTW on a macro scale, it does matter but only at a certain point down the road that most similar questions will never get to. One way ambiguity is decided, believe it or not, is through a much larger scale poll but this small sampling gave me the empirical data that I needed. Opposite of confirmation bias. I also found that web site a GREAT WAY to get a quick pulse/poll. For those tracking with the thought process, you need about an 80% "no confusion" vote on a larger scale to make a case for no likelihood of confusion.

So thanks ALL.
 
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