Normally I too would laugh at something as ridiculous as this cease and desist order.
However, as previously pointed out my many others here, that carpet pattern need to disappear. In that vein of thought, I say thank you to the carpet company for their attempt at stopping the reproduction of that horrible pattern and potentially saving the eyesight of hundreds (if not thousands) of good folk.
With all of the lies told by everyone from the NSA, politicians, oversight committees, and the administration in general, does anyone else wonder if the documents they are releasing now are the ones they are really relying on and using to subvert the law?
How can we trust anything these people say, do, or propose to do?
when President Obama's administration puts sympathetic insiders on the board set to review all of these programs and their abuses, it teaches us that the man holding the highest office in our land thinks we're all very, very stupid.
Congress: Long on talk, very short on action, and bereft of the knowledge necessary to perform their function.
Reflecting on the actions of our politicians lately, I think it would be more efficient and cost effective to have a bunch of monkeys do their job.
Monkeys seem to have about the same amount of knowledge of the law, around the same attention span, able to work for less, will certainly cause less harm to the citizens, and most assuredly tell far fewer lies.
Of course, lobbyists bearing bananas might be a problem, but happily monkeys will forget about the lobbyists once the bananas have been eaten.