The Daily Populous

Wednesday August 14th, 2019 day edition

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You have probably heard Ohio State players, coaches, fans and alums refer to the school as ‘THE’ Ohio State University.

Trademark attorney Josh Gerben uncovered a trademark application for the word “the” by OSU, filed on August 8.

The school is planning on using the word on the front of shirts, hats and other merchandise.

“In order for a trademark to be registered for a brand of clothing, the trademark must be used in a trademark fashion,” he said.

In this case, just putting the word ‘the’ on the front of a shirt is not sufficient trademark use.”.

The Ohio State University has filed a trademark application on the word "THE."

Have to admit, it is an interesting move by Ohio State, even if it seems unlikely to work. »

Children who say hand dryers ‘hurt my ears’ are correct: A real-world study examining the loudness of automated hand dryers in public places

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Conclusion This study suggests that many hand dryers operate at levels far louder than their manufacturers claim and at levels that are clearly dangerous to children’s hearing.

The study was conducted in public washrooms with hand dryers in Alberta, Canada from December 2015 to February 2017.

When such locations had hand dryers, they were tested; on two occasions, hand dryers appeared to be malfunctioning and were not tested. »

John Hickenlooper Mulling Ending Presidential Bid to Run for Senate

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Senator Chuck Schumer, the minority leader, has spent months trying to recruit Mr. Hickenlooper to enter the contest to face Mr. Gardner.

Democrats must win a net of three Republican-held Senate seats and win the White House to take control of the Senate.

Mr. Johnston and Mr. Baer each raised more campaign funds for their Senate campaigns in the second quarter than Mr. Hickenlooper did for his presidential bid. »

Ohio man posted about mass shootings, attacking Planned Parenthood and federal agents, authorities say

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Authorities arrested him on Aug. 7 on state charges and he was taken to the Mahoning County Jail.

There, he told fellow users that he supported mass shootings and attacks on Planned Parenthood, according to an affidavit written by FBI agent Themistocles Tsarnas.

In 1993, cult leader David Koresh and many of his followers were killed following a standoff and raid by state and federal law enforcement. »

Pepper spray and arrests as Hong Kong riot police stage ‘rescue’ during airport sit-in protest

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Chaotic scenes broke out at the entrance of Hong Kong International Airport on Tuesday night as police attempted to escort a man out of the departures hall who had been surrounded by protesters.

During the ensuing clashes, riot police & tactical unit officers beat back protesters with batons & pepper spray as protesters barricaded the airport entrances with trolleys.

As police retreated, protesters surrounded a second man wearing a yellow vest at around 11:47pm, accusing him of pretending to be a journalist. »