I genuinely hope the San Diego Reader acknowledges their error in being favorable towards this band, who acted inappropriately towards a respectable and established band.
The fact that the boy king claimed "we quickly realized that we actually have the upper hand and a very solid course of action against him if it comes to a court case" should be taken as being disingenuous and just wrong.
You appear to have been lazy in choosing a band name and it appears that you are trying to get free publicity from gullible newspaper reporters.
Get your act together San Diego Reader...
Alright. All finger pointing and childish name calling aside, Mr. Lothspeich is in for a very rude awakening if he chooses to go to court. Speaking from personal experience, Mr. Lothspeich and bandmates had better have some very deep pockets. Advice for this SD bunch? Choose another name and get on with your careers. Your lawyer is either a hack or a crook. You will lose, and you will pay more than you can imagine. Ask around. You're not the first bunch of snotty little bastards to pull this shit. I have no connection, in any way, with either band. I'd just like to see Mr. Lothspeich and friends benefit from the difficult lessons learned by a long line of mistaken and misled upstarts before them. This is a slam-dunk for Mr. Maxwell's legal team. A smart bunch of musicians, Mr. Lothspeich, would let this thing go. (snotty little bastards was used as a term of endearment, and as a suggestion for a new name)
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