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    Meathead Enters the Charcoal Game?

    Meat Head Charcoal – meatheadcharcoal.com

    #2
    ... and yes, I'm aware.

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    • Argoboy
      Argoboy commented
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      I am still going to make my own charcoal.

    #3
    Wondering about this one. Meathead is a household name in the cooking space. It truly appears they are spinning off that name. I am not suggesting any trademark or branding infringements here, but that could be possible for sure. However, I am just questioning the name in general and wondering why. Just thinking outloud here to be honest.

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      #4
      It is obviously not Meathead and he is not involved as it is Meat Head instead. I would not be surprised if they are aware of Meathead but I doubt Meathead has legal recourse here just as I would have no recourse over my legal name. If the website was offering smoker reviews and advice, then that might be a more questionable area.

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      • pkadare
        pkadare commented
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        again, yes, I'm aware.

      #5
      We definitely need another brand of charcoal.

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      • Troutman
        Troutman commented
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        LOL

      #6
      Huskee , yes another brand of charcoal, yes!
      FireMan Charcoal! I do have a passion fer grillin & fer smokin! AND fire is my name, or at least half of it. AND as Huskee says, we need another brand of charcoal. Yeah, that’s the ticket.
      FireMan Charcoal. Has a nice ring to it. Available in gas stations near you.
      P.S. Meathead can have the lump, I’ll take the briquettes.
      Last edited by FireMan; June 27, 2021, 08:23 AM.

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      • BBQPhil
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        FireMan is a better name than Meat Head for charcoal IMO.

      #7
      Archie Bunker made famous "Meathead" but those were the days.

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      • Huskee
        Huskee commented
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        That's how our Mh got the nickname.

      • Papa Bob
        Papa Bob commented
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        CANCELLED, you cant say that any more 😎😎😎

      • Murdy
        Murdy commented
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        "those were the days" -- I see what you did there

      #8
      There's no way Meathead would put a Kamado type grill as the header image... ;-)

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        #9
        While we’re marketing our own charcoals, USMCCrashCrew charcoal is sure to be a hit. Lump soaked in JP-5 for that extra easy light and impressive fireball! The JP5 makes everything taste like crayons.

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          #10
          Originally posted by DavidNorcross View Post
          Wondering about this one. Meathead is a household name in the cooking space. It truly appears they are spinning off that name. I am not suggesting any trademark or branding infringements here, but that could be possible for sure. However, I am just questioning the name in general and wondering why. Just thinking outloud here to be honest.
          It is almost certainly infringement, but probably isn't worth the time and effort to pursue it.

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          • Potkettleblack
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            I suspect he doesn’t have a case against local burger chain Meatheads either.

          #11
          I don't think it's an issue for Meathead. But if someone makes a website called Amazingchicken.com or Amazingbeef.com, then it's time to rally the forces. In fact, buying those domains ahead of time might be worth the hassle.
          Last edited by SmokingPat; July 13, 2021, 04:32 PM.

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            #12
            Originally posted by SmokingPat View Post
            I don't think it's an issue for Meathead. But if someone makes a website called Amazingchicken.com or Amazingbeef.com, then it's time to rally the forces. In fact, buying those domains ahead of time might be worth the hassle.
            Too late on the url's

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            • SmokingPat
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              Is AmazingTofu.com taken? 😉

            • DavidNorcross
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              Nope... available. Have at it!

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