It does have “Dog” in the title.

This is a non-football post, but sometimes I think it’s important to remind my readers about the sacredness of the rule of law in this country.

Thus, we should all rejoice to learn this (h/t The Agitator):

The phrase “bow wow wow, yippie yo, yippie yea” belongs exclusively to funk legend George Clinton, a panel of federal judges ruled this week.

Just another way America keeps the terrorists from winning, friends.

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10 responses to “It does have “Dog” in the title.

  1. Dog in TN

    This was a real concern, glad it is resolved. 50 lawyers at the bottom of the ocean? A good start!

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  2. Bulldog Bry

    I assume “Why must I feel like that……..why must I chase the cat?” is also protected?

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  3. Dog in Fla

    Hearing the news from his team of lawyers, a reggae victory celebration, before he forgets it, is launched pre-show, as it always is anyway…

    Then, on to the opening number…

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  4. aristoggle

    Thank, God! Our republic is safe!!!

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  5. Hogbody Spradlin

    It’s your leaders, not your readers, who need to be reminded of the rule of law.

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  6. Brandon

    You can’t blame the lawyers I guarantee you nobody took that case for free

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  7. Left to Right

    Should Snoop be worried?

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    • CraigT

      I imagine he paid for his heavy sampling of the song, since Clinton was on top of licensing samples from the beginning.

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