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This was the week when the US patent trial between Apple and Samsung was still happening and the pair of them were as snide as ever. Documents released in court revealed various tidbits about the companies and their ongoing tiff, including that the fruity firm offered Samsung a licensing deal at one point, though not a very good …

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.quaker

Would that lead to a spell of porridge?

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"...anything to do with sex really..."

Does anyone know of a TLD that doesn't have anything that these medieval prudes might find offensive on it?

I'd just like to know what's going to be left when the thirdrate world theocracies have done with their objections.

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I reckon ".pron" would be safe...

...Y'know, websites dedicated to pronunciation, accents and colloquialisms.

For instance:

Deep-throat.pron: discussion board for comparing guttural consonants (g, k, x etc.)

Blow-job.pron: An in-depth look at Silbo Gomero, the whistled language of the Canary Islands.

Cunning-linguists.pron: Social networking.

Two-girls-one-kup.pron: Two researches look at how language has evolved in the Polish town of Kup since its annexation from Germany.

Safe, I reckon.

Paris, because isn't it odd she doesn't pronounce it "pa'ree" like the French?

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Angel

thirdrate?

as far as theocracies go, Saudi Arabia is certainly not third rate!

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Expletive off, you expletive money-grubbing expletive

I think more along the lines of Arkell v's Pressdram

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Re: Expletive off, you expletive money-grubbing expletive

Point of order - the 'v' in Arkell v Pressdram or other British case is not 'versus' but 'and'. In a criminal case it is pronounced 'against'.

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surely there are already rules...

about what the domain name can be? Can't the same rules be used to determine what the gTLD can be?

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