Re: [ADS-L] Iraqi s lang (UNCLASSIFIED)

RonButters at AOL.COM RonButters at AOL.COM
Wed Sep 5 15:28:04 UTC 2007

In a message dated 9/5/07 10:31:27 AM, wuxxmupp2000 at YAHOO.COM writes:

>   _Shake 'N' Bake_, however, is a registered and protected trademark of 
> Kraft Foods and, as we all know, must never be printed erroneously for 
> non-registered, non-protected "shake-and-bake."

What does this mean? How could "shake-and-bake" be printed "erroneously"? How 
is one to construe "non-protected"--what could "protected shake-and-bake" 
mean? For that matter, given that "Shake and Bake" may be a "registered" 
trademark, how could it ever be "non-registered"?

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