Patentlyo Bits and Bytes by Anthony McCain

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About Anthony McCain

Anthony McCain is a law student at Mizzou where he is focusing on intellectual property; He has a background in mechanical engineering.

6 thoughts on “Patentlyo Bits and Bytes by Anthony McCain

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    Before we know it, it’s going to be April.

    How’s that Gorsuch appointment looking?

    I have some questions for him about hypothetical situations involving a path 0l0gical l y in g President and an executive branch filled with r@ cists who are on the record as trying to burn the country down.

    Or we can just kiss Gorsuch’s behind. Because “civility”, or something.

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      Do you notice anything about the disparate buts and bytes?

      Hint: they have something to do with patent law.


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        I don’t see much patent law in Ron Katznelson’s mewlings. although he made a nice table that (perhaps unintentionally) illustrates the truly profound butt-whooping that patent maximalists have taken at the USSC over the past decade.



          You do realize that the entire gist of Ron’s article dealt with patent law, right?

          Maybe you should stop celebrating a broken scoreboard and try to understand the bigger picture.

          It’s not as if people haven’t been trying to help you see that terrain, you know.

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        Some of us can focus on the small aspects of patent law in addition to the bigger picture. At the same time! I know: really hard to believe.

        But it’s an important skill.

        Stop trying to force people to ignore the fact that preznit asterix — the guy in charge of appointing Federal judges and Supreme Court Justices is a path 0l 0gical l i a r and a narcissist who doesn’t care about anything except himself. It’s gross.


          Except for the fact that 95% of YOUR rants have zero to do with patent law, your @$$umed superiority would almost edge to a tattered grasp on reality.

          As it is, not even that.

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