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Marti

28 | Washington, District of Columbia

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She is interested in the big picture and likes to examine large, ambiguous issues and ideas.

In relating to others, she can be well-adjusted, trusting, compassionate, intuitive and interested in people.

She is a die-hard romantic, and must have depth and meaning in her relationships.

A few excerpts from her personality test:

  • People should behave according to established standards of proper conduct
  • I am more enthusiastic than most people
  • I highly value deep emotional intimacy in my relationships

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in her own words...

Trademark protection for color schemes is once again in the news. On November 2, 2009, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama issued a memorandum opinion in University of Alabama Board of Trustees v. New Life Art,2 a case addressing the issue of whether the University of Alabama (“UA”) had trademark rights in its football team colors. The UA Board of Trustees sued painter Daniel A. Moore, an artist who has gained recognition for his oil paint renditions of famous moments in American football history. Moore had previously signed a licensing agreement with UA in 1991, but in 2000, he decided that his paintings did not require a license. UA disagreed, insisting that its uniform colors of crimson and white are protectable trade dress. The district court, in deciding cross motions for summary judgment, noted that the colors of UA’s uniforms in Moore’s paintings may be a weak trade dress mark and that those paintings may create a likelihood of confusion, and thus summary judgment would not be appropriate on those issues alone. However, the court concluded that Moore was entitled to prevail on summary judgment on his defenses of the right to artistic expression, the First Amendment and fair use, noting that even if there were some likelihood of confusion, the balancing of such likelihood and the public interest entitled Moore to prevail. The court was careful to note the distinction between trade dress protection of uniform colors and UA’s registered marks, including symbols and logos — the latter category clearly being protectable. The case is now on appeal to the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Twenty-seven other universities have submitted an amicus curiae brief arguing for the protection of uniform colors.

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About her:

  • Living situation:
    • Live with roommate(s)
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Christian / Catholic
  • Relationship history:
    • Single (never been married)
  • Income:
    • I'd prefer to share this information with my matches later.
  • Eye color:
    • Brown
  • Hair color:
    • Dark brown
  • Ethnic background:
    • Black or African American

What she's looking for:

  • Age Range:
    • 25 - 35
  • relationship history:
    • Single (never been married)
  • smokes:
    • Not at all
    • Every once in a while
  • Ethnic background:
    • Black or African American
    • Hispanic/Latino or Spanish origin
    • Middle Eastern
    • White/Caucasian
    • Other
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Christian / Catholic
    • Christian / Protestant
    • Christian / LDS
    • Christian / Other
  • education:
    • Graduate or professional degree
    • PhD / Post Doctoral