this is true, especially when you're mentioned in articles, it's a big deal. do something bad and it gets out to the media....it's just horrible for your career.Mmmm - occasionally I remember I must be about 20 years older than most of you. I can assure you that there is some poor marketing slob or IP lawyey in Ducati who has probably been fired or disciplined for this. If you work in big corps you'll learn how much they value their name....
Time for some gratuitous, pointless racial slander...this is true, especially when you're mentioned in articles, it's a big deal. do something bad and it gets out to the media....it's just horrible for your career.
haha epic.Time for some gratuitous, pointless racial slander...
"I tolda you to trademarka da DUC name hey?!
"Whaddya aska dat for hey?"
IP lackey wondering WTF?
"Causa da bloody Austrian dey make da 'Duke 390'' - I wanna sue dos bastards for every Euro they go hey! We gonna be rich!"
"Ah Capo, I fuckeded da up.... you asked me to "trademark da duc name" - I think you say "Tattoo da Duc name" - you see my ass? I gotta da nice DUC tattoo! and you can hava one too!"
"You fucking da clown! I gonna have my cousin Michelangelo choppa your balls! Whadddya **** you think I gotta stupido IP lawyer for! Not tattoing da ass man!"
Its been a while since i have heard anybody use that as a common term for a ducati. funny thing though i was at a truck stop last summer I overheard guys talking about the duke. Looked around voila a 1199.I remember as a kid all Ducatis were "Dukes".... did Ducati stuff up and allow KTM to snatch the tagline from under their stupid italian noses?