Can I Buy a Word?

by , Dec 10, 2008 | 1:37 pm

I think so, as the document below just came in … indicating not only that Pokerati can dot its “i” with a little ® now, but also that … well, um … I think that’s all. But still, kinda exciting around these parts to know we now have more grounds to theoretically protect our intellectual property sue somebody for something!

This webspace is now the official home of all things Poker followed by an “ati”.

12 Comments to “Can I Buy a Word?”

  1. joxum



  2. California Jen

    Do I get a raise?

  3. DanM

    You want two T-shirts now? Let me talk to corporate about that. What happened to the good-ole-days when you could pay women less?

  4. Short-Stacked Shamus

    Damn. Was just a couple of weeks away from putting the finishing touches on my Pokerati® board game. Combined poker & Parcheesi (scored like bowling).

    Ah, well. See you in court.

  5. DanM

    Shamus, since it would do neither of us any good to go to court, please accept my drawing of a spider:

  6. Karridy

    What about the semi-satanic ‘O’?

  7. DanM

    I don’t think we had invented that yet when submitting to the Feds. Crap. Back to

  8. California Jen

    Dan, I thought a raise would include a hat. We need to renegotiate my contract.

    And about the spider – LOLOLOL!

  9. DanM

    No hats. I’ve got a baseball jersey that says “Gonz” and another that says “TBR” if you’d like.

    I also have an autographed poster from “The Real Deal” — but I’d like to keep that in the safe, as I’m sure it will be valuable some day the same way an upside-down stamp would be.

  10. Easycure

    Congrats on the TM or whatever. Now you can go after other sites: gayporn-ati, tossed-salad-ati, etc. Do what you love!

  11. Uncle Ray

    Now that the value of Pokerati® has theoretically increased, maybe you can revive your political career and afford to buy the soon to be vacant Illinois Senate seat.

  12. DanM

    Uncle Ray, you know better than most my real future is in picking point-spreadless football games.