Isa and I were working on her science lab, from her 4th grade text book. It was to measure the mass of an apple (I broke down and bought a kitchen scale) and then wait a few days, and weigh them again, ostensibly measuring the mass of the water which had evaporated. Fair enough. The instructions detailed that she was to fold a piece of paper in half, lengthwise, and label the two columns “Fresh” and “Dried”. It was then I noticed the logo Foldables™ next to the Two Column Chart™. I peeked through the book, and sure enough, various permutations of the piece of folded paper were each emblazoned with the logo Foldables™.
That’s right, folding a piece of paper as part of an educational assignment is trademarked.

Leave a Reply

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.