Questionable/Funny Defences in Domain Disputes

Ceres

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In the past, I've read some questionable and funny defences in domain name disputes. Today, this one caught my eye:

I am using the domain wwwbing.com to promote a children's book called "Walter Will Wawrinka Bing". It involves a troll who has supernatural and magical powers in modern Scandinavia. It will be published on the 5th April 2010 in Ireland. I have every right to register a domain name to promote a book.
Perhaps the respondent is related to Dr Seuss? :p

Now I wonder why the respondent also needed to register these domains:

<b8ng.com>
<b9ng.com>
<wwwbing.com>
<wwbing.com>
<wwwwbing.com>
<binfg.com>
<bingf.com>
<binhg.com>

You can read the rest of the domain dispute decision here.

You can read more about this imaginary troll on TechCrunch.
 

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