Mickey Mouse Moleskine

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13 Responses to “Mickey Mouse Moleskine”

  1. Brainspore says:

    Oh sure, use the hide of an unpopular Disney rodent just to provide binding for a book honoring the famous one.

  2. And everything you write in it will be the monopoly of your estate for 75 years after you croak.

  3. theophrastvs says:

    has mickey developed spidermouse (properly located assoid) spinnerettes?  or is has he just asslaunched a mouseketeer-deatheater mark?

  4. SuperMatt says:

    Does anybody else find it ironic that this post promoting a Mickey Mouse branded item comes immediately before one decrying copyrights in perpetuity?

    • Daemonworks says:

       I’m still trying to understand why people are willing to pay as much as they do for a moleskine in the first place.

    • Mark Frauenfelder says:

      I would find it ironic had both posts been written by the same mutant. But since they were written by different semi-humanoids, I find it as refreshing as an ice cold pan galactic gargle blaster.

  5. How long until Disney sues these guys for providing detailed instructions for infringing their… uhh… yeah.

    • oasisob1 says:

      You have figured out their evil plan. Men in ears and white gloves will be along shortly to collect you. Please remain indoors.

  6. NelC says:

    Mmm, Mickey Mouse beholder?

  7. dustindriver says:

    Yes, my first thought was, “Why is Mickey Mouse hanging from a spiderweb? Coming out of his butt?” Then, “Wait, I think that was added by the owner. Well played, sir. Well played.” 

  8. turophile says:

    I like how the one review on Amazon is a diatribe on the evils of Disney’s Copyright abuses.

  9. jph55 says:

    If there’s one thing Pawn Stars has taught me, things labeled “Collector’s Edition”, aren’t collectible; and anything labeled “limited edition”, is only limited by their maximum level of production.

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