|He thought he ate a fishball,|
but it was by Damien Hirst --
and the formaldehyde
tasted dreadful ...
|A trilogy of Kats: L to R,|
Eleonora, Catherine and Kate
here. According to the story, reproduced here in relevant part:
"Opus Dei, the powerful organisation within the Catholic Church, is suing a Danish publisher for alleged trademark violations involving a card game titled “Opus Dei: Existence After Religion” ...The IPKat will be keeping an eye on developments. Merpel notes that the relief demanded by Opus Dei extends only to this world and not the next.
The game is the brainchild of philosophy student Mark Rees-Andersen, 28, who launched it in 2009.
Opus Dei is demanding that the game’s trademark registration in the country be deleted. It is also seeking financial compensation and closure of the website where the game is on sale ....
Opus Dei spokeswoman Joanna Engstedt said that Dema Games has no right to use her organisation’s name, which means “work of God” in Latin".
|There's not much that can beat the sheer|
thrill of a well-attended event ...
|Apparently she's a food|
stylist, but this London-
born blogger keeps thinking
that 'Donna Hay' is a
piece of rhyming slang