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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor]
Hey Ron--It is indeed a legal thing, but mainly from the player's perspective. The company's not paying to use the player's name, so they can't use it and (presumably) profit from it. Probably some motivation from the other direction, too, but not as much.

Now, how much could Ron Mon make trademarking that cool moniker?
08/24/05 @ 13:49

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