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LeBron James’s ‘Taco Tuesday’ Trademark Request Denied

NYTimes.com Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
The United States Patent and Trademark Office said that the phrase was “commonly used in everyday speech.”
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It is a sad day here at the fumble as I have to announce that Lebron James has been denied on his latest business venture.... taco Tuesday. Plus Kevin Durant takes to twitter to make a few comments about Lebron James. Stay tuned to find out what he had to say about King James.

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