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Mac files trademark for MJ10 (edit: And Mac10)


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LOL. Cmon man. Well at least it's for merch and not for health and wellness products. Yet. :D

Kinda surprised someone didn't jump on that before he did.
 

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Didn't Brady wait until he threw at least 50 touchdowns in one season before TB12?

Cringey for me, but as long as things aren't getting to his head who am I to complain. Probably has an army of advisors and marketers telling him to do this.
 

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Didn't Brady wait until he threw at least 50 touchdowns in one season before TB12?

Cringey for me, but as long as things aren't getting to his head who am I to complain. Probably has an army of advisors and marketers telling him to do this.
I called Stidham JS4 here once. Woof :D :D :D :D
 

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Idk maybe win something first. But hey college kids who haven’t done anything and then crap themselves (Spencer rattler) can do stuff like NIL now so why not I guess.
 

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I wonder if he's actually gonna use it or if he's just trying to get ahead of other people who might try to profit from it. Hoping it's the latter because this is neither original nor clever.
 

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The Brady bobos will surely criticize Mac for this. I’m sure that his advisers recommended this and did it on his behalf. It’s definitely too early to start producing and selling MJ10 gear but that’s not what he’s doing. He is just protecting himself for a future marketing opportunities, before some random person snaps up the trademark. Even if he never sells any products under that trademark, this at least ensures that nobody else can profit off of him.

Let’s not forget the ultimate embarrassment in terms of attempted sports trademarks… “Tom Terrific”. Thankfully that one was rejected.
 

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Didn't Brady wait until he threw at least 50 touchdowns in one season before TB12?

Cringey for me, but as long as things aren't getting to his head who am I to complain. Probably has an army of advisors and marketers telling him to do this.

Well, Mac is more savvy
 

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The Brady bobos will surely criticize Mac for this. I’m sure that his advisers recommended this and did it on his behalf. It’s definitely too early to start producing and selling MJ10 gear but that’s not what he’s doing. He is just protecting himself for a future marketing opportunities, before some random person snaps up the trademark. Even if he never sells any products under that trademark, this at least ensures that nobody else can profit off of him.

Let’s not forget the ultimate embarrassment in terms of attempted sports trademarks… “Tom Terrific”. Thankfully that one was rejected.

Why do you need to do this? Whatever your complaints are about the forum, you are the biggest problem. Every thread derailment begins with some type of **** post like this where you, or someone in your cult, begins by pretending that “the Brady bobos” are out to get them.

Who the **** cares about Brady? It’s a standard trademark. You’re obsessed way more than those you accuse of being obsessed.
 

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LOL. Cmon man. Well at least it's for merch and not for health and wellness products. Yet. :D

Kinda surprised someone didn't jump on that before he did.


Standard branding move. This is a nothing burger. My only issue is I don’t like “MJ” because it evokes Michael Jordan, and ”Mac“ is such an awesome, catchy nickname to begin with. He’ll probably file for multiple trademarks, though, as he should.
 

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I’m more worried about getting him getting a supermodel wife who’s earnings will dwarf whatever salary he makes, allowing him to remain QB of this team for two decades on a contract that both he and the team can be happy with.
 

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Jeez, lighten up.
In all fairness to the kid, to one degree or another MAC-10, Big Mac, Mac Attack and Mac(k) The Knife are all kinda spoken for.
 

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Nothing wrong with it. I will always be supportive of athletes doing what they can to create or develop their brand. Now let's hope he delivers.
 


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