The link below is to an amici brief in pending case before the Supreme Court in which the Patent and Trademark Office rejected trademarking the name of the rock band under a provision of the Lanham Act prohibiting registration of marks that contain “disparaging” language. The brief is by the Cato Institute, joined by various others including the satirist, P.J. O’Rourke.
Warning: the brief is littered with potty mouth words, which is one it its points. It is also hilarious, while communicating its serious legal point.
Just like the credits and post-credits can be the most amusing parts of a movie, do not skip the Appendix description of the amici.