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ClareBear


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:04pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
If you need designs to be converted to vectors for the print shop, let me know.

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wooden_elf


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:23pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
If you need designs to be converted to vectors for the print shop, let me know.

Tht's wonderful!!

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gadgetgirl


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:25pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Can't believe I didn't think of this earlier



I want one!

That would be me.

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wooden_elf


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:26pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Can't believe I didn't think of this earlier



I want one!

Me too!! I wonder what sizes they come in

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Soupy Twist


Member

Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:27pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
me too!
What I wanted to ask, what with the use of Fry quotes etc., do we have to worry about copyright?

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wooden_elf


Member

Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:29pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
me too!
What I wanted to ask, what with the use of Fry quotes etc., do we have to worry about copyright?

I've been thinking about that too and thought it was one thing we could ask Andrew.

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ClareBear


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:32pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Rights get muddy if for example, it's been broadcast. Boffle stuff I think would be a case in point.

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wooden_elf


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:34pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Rights get muddy if for example, it's been broadcast. Boffle stuff I think would be a case in point.

I'm sorry but what does "boffle" mean?

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Soupy Twist


Member

Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:39pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Rights get muddy if for example, it's been broadcast. Boffle stuff I think would be a case in point.

I can imagine that Hugh Laurie holds rights on Boffle, too, which would make it even more complicated. And if it's a quote from one of the books, there's the publishing house, and all the people involved in Blackadder etc.... I agree it's best to run this officially by Andrew.

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Soupy Twist


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:41pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Rights get muddy if for example, it's been broadcast. Boffle stuff I think would be a case in point.

I'm sorry but what does "boffle" mean?

It's sort of a forum nickname for ABOFAL = A Bit Of Fry And Laurie

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wooden_elf


Member

Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 9:42pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Rights get muddy if for example, it's been broadcast. Boffle stuff I think would be a case in point.

I'm sorry but what does "boffle" mean?

It's sort of a forum nickname for ABOFAL = A Bit Of Fry And Laurie

Ahh, I see.
Thanks for the explanation.

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amberzak


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 10:21pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
What about a QI quote? I mean, I know that there is still copyright issues, but who owns the rights to that?

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ClareBear


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Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 10:25pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
John Lloyd?

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amberzak


Member

Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 10:43pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
John Lloyd?

Do you think that rights could be gotten for that?

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monochromeprincess


Member

Posted Sun Nov 2nd, 2008 11:31pm Post subject: Charity based merchandising
Okay, cool, didn't realise, getting a bit ahead of myself.

It's okay if there are issues, I completely understand, might be easier to bypass them - but we can still have things like my first two suggestions, I'm sure we can think of plenty of cool stuff that aren't quotes :).

@dreamingshadow

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