Smileyworld as a whole really pisses me off. How do you copyright such a thing? It's just so widely used(and has been since long before some dick "invented" it.) that it can hardly be considered a unique intellectual property. Just like what happened to the birthday song(which is why you usually here the annoying Bennigan's version in movies nowadays. Which pisses me off to no end).
I just don't understand how..UAUUAAH! I can't come up with anything more to say about it that isn't just a frustrated grunt.
Also,I've noticed the none of the Watchmen dvds have the face anywhere on the box. Bull! I suppose it isn't that big of deal,but it's the principle of the thing,y'know?
Cartman Blues wrote:
I visited my local Best Buy multiple times before July 21st, and I noticed they had some little deal going on with pre-ordering Watchmen. You apparently received 6 pins. Cool. However. NONE of these pins were replicas of The Comedian's badge, with or without the blood stain. This really bothered me. Of all movies to make an offer like this with those little pins (I think they've done this before), this would've been the perfect movie. But they wasted it with old pictures of the characters. I'm very dissappointed because I would have loved to have my own "Comedian's badge." Anyone want to explain why Best Buy may have not included said badge?
I think you can get smiley face pins at Wal-Mart still, I think they're supposed to be just for employees,but you could probably nick one pretty easy. They have buckets of them. Not Watchmen brand name ones or anything,but you could wipe some bean juice or something on it.