U.S. Patent No. 6,473,908: Garment having a buttocks cleavage revealing feature.
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Having fully described the invention in such clear and concise terms as to enable those skilled in the art to understand and practice the same, the invention claimed is:
1. Apparatus comprising: a garment having a buttocks covering portion; and a buttocks cleavage-revealing portion disposed at the buttocks covering portion for revealing an upper portion of a cleavage of a buttocks, the buttocks cleavage revealing portion comprises an opening extending a distance sufficient to reveal only the upper portion of the cleavage.
JW Note: An excellent video animation from the Klarquist law firm explaining the upcoming AIA change in U.S. patent law on March 16, 2013. The United States will be transitioning from a “first-to-invent” system to a ”first-inventor-to-file” system on this date. Check it out!
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Timothy J. Riesen
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U.S. Design Patent No. D587161: Nativity scene decoration including Santa Claus and Rudolph.
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The ornamental design for a Nativity scene decoration including Santa Claus and Rudolph, as shown and described.
U.S. Patent No. 2,095,511: Anesthesia demonstration device.
JW Note: Wishing our readers a Safe and Happy Halloween 2012! Hat Tip to the USPTO Facebook page for bringing this “scary” patent to our attention!
Having thus described the invention, what is claimed and desired secured by Letters Patent is: —
1. A device for demonstrating local anesthesia comprising: a model of a portion of the human body; electrical contacts concealed below the surface of said model at points corresponding to nerve location in the human body; a signal system in circuit with said contacts; and a probing member in the circuit of said system so that when the probing member is inserted through the surface of the model, an indication will be given provided one of the contacts is contacted by said probing member.
U.S. Patent No. 110,760: Precautionary attachment for bottles containing poison.
JW Note: An old patent (circa 1871), but located just in time for the Halloween season! Hat tip to the United States Patent and Trademark Office Facebook page for bringing this one to our attention. LIKE!
A band for poison-bottles, etc., consisting of an elastic ring with projecting spikes, as described.
U.S. Patent Appl. Pub. No. 20120187627: Scallywags board game.
JW Note: In honor of “International Talk Like A Pirate Day”, September 19, 2012 – Yarrrrr.
1. An interactive pirate themed board game comprising: a. a pirate ship shaped game board; b. a plurality of spaces on the game board, where said plurality of spaces are arranged in a plurality of levels; c. a plurality of physically acquired pirate related paraphernalia is provided as a player moves along the plurality of spaces on the game board; d. a starting position, where said starting position is at a lowest level of the plurality of levels; and e. a finishing position, where said finishing position is at a highest level of the plurality of levels, and where said finishing position is associated with physically receiving at least one object and with winning the interactive pirate themed board game.