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Apple: Patent Crybaby

As a followup to Apple sues Samsung over Galaxy products, Apple, who first sued Samsung for “copying” its iOS devices, and then demanded to see samples of Samsung products, got a taste of their own medicine when Samsung, in response, requested to see Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5 and iPad 3 models, ostensibly to help it defend itself against Apple’s charges of copying and other infringement. And now, Apple calls Samsung’s request an “Attempt to Harass.” Ha ha. As Judy Tenuta once said in a routine about how the Pope would be jealous of her velvet print of a crying Elvis, “Suffah, Pope, Suffah!”

As I mentioned in Apple, iCloud, Appstore, and Trademark, you reap what you sow!

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