TxDOT is lke the dog with a chew toy that just won't let go. Discovery has started in Case No. 1:11-cv-726. Apparently, Judge Sparks pointing out in his ruling on the TRO and permanent injunction that a romance writer can't really harm the state fell on deaf ears.
Nor did reality sink in when the state's attorney ADMITTED IN OPEN COURT that NONE of the state's trademark registrations APPLIED TO BOOKS.
In the original complaint, TxDOT's biggest objection was that Christie's book "contain numerous graphic references to sexual acts, state of arousal, etc."
Okay, TxDOT, if you're that worried about sex, why do you sell these?
Yes, this thong is available for sale by the great state of Texas. And people wonder why I think the lawsuit against Christie is really an attack on women's rights.