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2-11-2011 @ 10:36PM
"Don't let your obvious distaste for the practice confuse the facts."That goes both ways, Artificial. LucasArts never tried to trademark the word Nazi. They released an RPG in 1984 that contained a reference to "NAZI(TM)", but that wasn't referring to the word Nazi on its own. It was referring to the word Nazi in addition to the associated artwork, for which the combination of the two was under trademark. They have never made any attempt to trademark the word "Nazi" on its own.
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