Disney/Pixar Stickers

Bob Iger, Disney, Disney/Pixar sticker book, Dora the Explorer, Happiest Place on Earth, Khan Manka, Manka Bros., Medea, media analyst, OnMedea, Pixar, Robert iger, Steve Jobs, sticker book, Sumnner Redstone, ViacomHere’s a simple request for all the lawyers and senior executives at the Happiest Place On Earth.  Can you please keep your meathooks and your legalese off of my kid’s Disney/Pixar sticker book?  It’s a freakin’ STICKER BOOK for Christ’s sake!

Do we really need “Copyright Disney/Pixar” on every single fucking sticker?  There are about 200 stickers to a page and every tiny little sticker has “Copyright Disney/Pixar” on it.

For the good of the planet, save a few million gallons of ink!

Do you think the pirates out there making counterfeit stickers aren’t able to replicate your brilliant attempt at control of your intellectual property?

It’s not necessary.  Nobody gives a shit.

Viacom doesn’t plaster a copyright notice all over Dora the Explorer and they’re selling a hell of a lot more stickers.  And Manka Bros. doesn’t touch their Animaltered stickers.

I know it may seem like a stupid request – but I know there were way too many corporate and lawyer meetings about that copyright notice – and it’s an unbelievable waste of time.

Accel Partners, Ben Silverman, Bob Iger, Chris Hughes, David Kirkpatrick, Dustin Moskovitz, Eduardo Saverin, Gerald Levin, Greylock Partners, HBO, Jeff Bewkes, Jeff Zucker, Jill Kennedy, Joanna Shields, Jon Miller, Khan Manka, Li Ka-shing, Manka Bros., Mark Cuban, Mark Zuckerberg, Matt Cohler, MySpace, Nicolas Carlson, OnMedea, Owen Van Natta, Paul Buchheit, Peter Thiel, Rupert Murdoch, Sheryl Sandberg, Sumner Redstone, Toy Story 3Jill Kennedy – OnMedea

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