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Uhhh... yeah, sure. What a graceful way of saying, "we talked to a real lawyer and he informed us we have no case, so we're dropping it." Of course that would make them look like idiots, so the masterminds at Limitless Horizons Entertainment LLC had to make up some line about "increased sales" or something to make themselves look better. Good job guys, I look forward to the substantially increased subscription user base in your elf game, all thanks to our site.
Regardless, I guess I won the legal case of Something Awful vs. Limitless Horizons Entertainment LLC And Their Awesome Game About Elves Or Some Shit! Hooray! Something Awful has once again that good always triumphs over evil and their enchanted swords of doom. I shot off an email to Stephen M. Burby regarding advertising on Something Awful, but strangely enough, he never got back to me. How rude! Come back to me, Edward T. Lynch, and sue my pants off, big boy!
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Many people love to threaten to sue us. Luckily we have both Leonard "J." Crabs and common sense on our side, thus enabling us to easily defeat such trivialities. Remember - when you're on the Internet, you can threaten to sue for anything!