We should start a movement with these silly lawsuits over the use of a word. Every time anyone sees someone say "Yup" in whatever context or manner, contact Dave and notify him that someone is stealing his trademark and remind him that he must "enforce" his trademark in fear of losing it. Then after spending all of his time and money in courts over the word "Yup" he will realize how stupid this is.
I like the way the movie studio's think. I will take this idea and apply it to the tangible world and get back at someone that I don't like. I am going to leave something of mine at their place without their knowledge, wait 1 week, and then if that item is not returned, call the cops on them for stealing personal property. If it works for the movie studios, it is bound to work for normal folks such as myself
Since it is an appreciation group. Wouldn't a lot if not the majority of the members own their own copy of the legally purchased movies they are watching? If 50 people watch 1 screen and 25 people own that movie, is that not the same as compared to 25 tv's showing the same movie, with individual copies, with 50 people watching?