Imagine No Frivolous Lawsuits

So it seems Yoko Ono has been doing more these days than watching Cirque du Soleil's Love and wearing oversized glasses: she's also suing a Tennessee singer-songwriter who goes by Lennon Murphy for her use of the “Lennon” name. Ono’s lawsuit seeks to prevent Murphy from using “Lennon” due to the confusion it could cause in the marketplace. This handy side by side analysis, however, proves that, name or not, there’s little chance these two artists could be confused:
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JOHN LENNON

 

 

LENNON MURPHY

 

Was the walrus.

Is a fox.

Was a visionary songwriter who shattered the boundaries of conventional pop music.

Seems to have really nice breasts.

I own every Beatles Album.

I placed the link to the above photo in my favorites.

Collaborated with Paul McCartney, David Bowie, Elton John, and Phil Spector.

Sang Britney’s “Hit Me Baby One More Time” at TGI Friday’s Karaoke Night.

Meditated with the Maharishi.

Ate Indian food. Once. At the mall. Didn’t care for it.

Made me want to imagine no possessions

Makes me want to imagine sodomy.

Often mistaken as the Beatle who wrote Yesterday

Often mistaken.

Screwed by Yoko Ono.

Screwed by Yoko Ono.


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