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#180 - anon
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(02/11/2014) [-]
The difference is Weird Al almost always ask for permission. In Jackson's case, I'm pretty sure Jackson knew and liked them. Same goes to Al's Nirvana and Lady Gaga parodies. Probably many others too.

I doubt Starbucks laugh at this parody. But well, law is law, we shall live on.
#191 to #180 - NicholasB
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(02/11/2014) [-]
Weird Al doesn't ask because he was told off for gangsters paradise / Amish paradise and that the artist wanted weird Al dead because he hated the fact he made fun of his song.
(Also weird Al then came dressed just like him even with hair and there was a fight or almost a fight)
#105 - holyfool
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(02/11/2014) [-]
dumbchan?
#78 - Kyag
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(02/11/2014) [-]
Might pick myself up a dumb Chai Tea Latter.
#76 - mrpotatofudge ONLINE
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(02/11/2014) [-]
mrmojito does this count as dumbfunnyjunk?
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#72 - Sterski
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(02/11/2014) [-]
Bunch of dicks.
#66 - awyissss
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(02/11/2014) [-]
OK, this is the type of abuse to the "fair use" law that forces new legislation that hurts everyone that follows the spirit of the law. These guys are assholes.
#94 to #66 - chieflongnap
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(02/11/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure their lawyers are going to force them to make it clearer that they aren't affiliated with Starbucks. if they do, there really isn't a strong argument against them (as of right now, the only argument starbucks has is that it isn't clear enough that they aren't affiliated).
#51 - manicekman
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(02/10/2014) [-]
Any decent judge will tell them NO.