Music producer Pharrell Williams has filed a lawsuit asking a US court to rule he has not violated any trademark that Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am owns for the phrase I AM. The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan federal court, said that will.i.am, whose real name is William Adams, has repeatedly sent letters to Williams demanding he stop using versions of the phrase I AM on a website founded by Williams, iamother.com.
“A symphony of death.” That’s the chilling phrase that Kurt Campbell, who is now Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs in the Obama Administration, once used to describe the likely outcome of any military encounter on the Korean peninsula between the U.S., its ally South Korea and their mutual enemy across the 38th parallel in the North.
When people write on Chinese websites that they “love the future,” it should be a sentiment the government can get behind. After all, the authorities in Beijing have pressed their subjects to embrace the country’s bright economic prospects
“Manny being Manny.” That was the bemused phrase people employed to explain the always weird, sometimes amusing, often maddening behavior of Manny Ramirez, the slugger who retired last week.
A man from New Zealand last week stumbled over that beautiful and dangerous phrase, “United Nations.” Like many another man, stubbing his toe gave him an idea.”The United Nations” is President Roosevelt's label for the 28 nations which up to this week have signed the Roosevelt-Churchill Atlantic Charter . It may, according to the President, include any & all nations “which are, or which may be, rendering material assistance and contributions in the struggle for victory over Hitlerism.” But the label “United Nations” is dangerous because too many people think that it also signifies a fully effective body for the cooperative conduct of World War II.It does no such thing
Who would be the coach of a football team? In a business driven by results along with the fickle nature of team owners and capricious loyalties of fans – job security is not a phrase normally linked with the post of football coach