Founder/GrandSensei of Joint British / Papua New Guinean Non-contact Lawn Bowls Jiu Jitsu Committee
Posted On:2/01/2006 11:50pm
Originally Posted by dakotajudo
Actually, you can't. As I understand it, copyright generally goes to the publisher, not the author.
You might instead quote pieces, then comment on how it should have been an obvious parody (criticism tends to be covered by fair use).
Sam Browning should probably have the last word on this, but I'm pretty sure the copyright is kickcatcher's and he is free to do what he wants with it. Unless he signed or agreed to something that gives up the rights that are his as soon as he puts pen to paper.
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Posted On:2/02/2006 1:20am
With Kickcatcher's permission I put a (c) on the article to assert copyright. We're not revoking Phil's permission to use the article he can use it. But if Phil wants to argue the matter he has at best a dueling copyright claim and he can spend lots o' time in copyright court proceedings.
Posted On:2/02/2006 1:37am
Style: Arnis, WC, Judo
As far as I know it has to be stated as a condition of publication that the author cedes their intellectual property to the document at publication. Not all publishers require this.
nuthin' ta f*ck with
Posted On:2/02/2006 1:41am
Style: MT/SUB GRAPPLING
Judging from the added red text Phil himself uses pressboard for his armor-coating.
I fancied him more of a chain mail type.
Posted On:2/02/2006 1:44am
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA... OMFG.... HAHAHAHAHAHA...OMFG.....
i have GOT to check this guys site out now... just for shits and giggles... oh i would love to see this guy in person in a real situation... bullshido extraordinaire!!!!!
Great Job KICK!!!
Posted On:2/02/2006 2:02am
Style: JKD, BJJ
Originally Posted by kickcatcher
I think my choice of books was inspired. I can't believe he didn't twig.
You wasted a good Bill Bryson book there.
Monkey Ninjas! Attack!
Posted On:2/02/2006 2:04am
Style: HKD, BJJ
I've just skimmed through the Martialist mega issue. Kinda sad that, absent the text, it's hard to tell which pictures are meant to be spoofing TMAs and which ones are totally, in earnest attempts to look tough.
The holy Navy SEAL was invoked twice in one paragraph in a knife article:
I showed the Boddington to a
Vietnam veteran who also happened to
be a Navy SEAL. After thoughtful
consideration, he gave it good marks
without any negative comments. While
he talked about how well he liked the
grip, he kept going through the motions
of gripping the imaginary knife. I was
also able to show it to a Desert Storm
veteran who also happens to be a Navy
My old Scoutmaster was a SEAL. Guess that makes me a fighting expert by contagion.
Posted On:2/02/2006 2:32am
Kickcatcher, you made my day. Hilarious.
Of course, you can expect old lardass to now try and scamble desperately out of the hole by claiming he knew it was a pisstake all along.
Valiant Monk of Booze & War
Posted On:2/02/2006 2:37am
Dude...fucking awesome...you have earned major respect as far as I am concerned...
Posted On:2/02/2006 3:14am
and this one time at navy seals camp this guy phil stuck a knife up his ass and it was sooo cooool...
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