to play football, not to play trumpet
Too funny, first post, hope I don't get crushed for breaking some arcane rule. Sorry don't know how to embed.
Congats to Brandon and Kate, who met on ESPN's Big Ten blog comments section, ended up meeting IRL, and got married on last weekend (the bye weekend, of course).
I'm having a hell of a time finding all the pieces of my costume. I want to go as either Brodie from Mallrats or Artie from The Adventures of Pete and Pete, but the shirts are what I'm geting stuck on. Interesting fact about Brodie's shirt, its a mash up of the 3 guys who auditioned for the part of Brodie and didn't get it, just found that out tonight. They actually sold the shirt too, but I can only find it in 3XL, I need a L. I've already found the jacket, jeans, shoes, and dixie cup. Then I can discuss why Lois Lane could never have Superman's kid all night (he would blow his load like a shotgun through her back). Can't find the perfect Artie shirt either. Any other ideas for cool 90s movie or tv characters?
Today J. B. Pritzker announced a $100,000,000 donation to Northwestern's Law School. Previously this year, Northwestern received 3 other $100,000,000 donations. They have raised a total of 2 and a quarter billion in gifts since 2014. Among other things, Northwestern is spending upwards of $200,000,000 for their sports complex. While Big 10 TV money is helping, it is obvious that they are receiving significant funds towards the entire campus. As a point of comparison, Ross gave $200,000,000 to Michigan's business school.
I know we want to move on from the game this past Saturday but I just have a question for the MGoLawyers. A friend of mine (shown below) is the infamous shocked Michigan fan shown right after the end of the game.
Using this image, an Ohio t-shirt company has started to sell a shirt, called "The Disappointment Up North", with his face on it (the shirt can be seen below).
My friend did not give this company permission to use his image. We were just wondering what courses of actions we can take because this company is profiting from his likeness without him giving them the rights to his image. Our main goal isn't money - we just think it's unfair that they are making money without any permission from him. So our question for all you MGoLawyers - what should/can we do?