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“Good Humored” and all posts are copyrighted to Paprika Furstenburg , unless otherwise noted. Unauthorized use and/or duplication in any medium without written persmission from the author is prohibitied. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Paprika Furstenburg and “Good Humored” with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. All rights reserved.

To put it in simpler terms: If you wanna borrow my stuff, you gotta ask first.

10 responses »

  1. LOL! I like how you laid it out on layman’s terms.

  2. I love your blog! And it would be a real honor to be included in your Blogroll! Will you please check out my blog ( and let me know if you’d be interested in a link exchange? I’m sure our readers have a lot in common.

    • Thanks for the compliment. I’m glad you are enjoying the blog. I’d be happy to add you to my “More Blogs to Explore” page. Your blog is interesting and well written. It seems like we already have quite a few readers in common so the more the merrier.

  3. Hello Paprika,

    I am curious. How does one get copyrighted with a psuedonym and all? Could you please point me to a resource?

    Thank you,

    • Hi, Tuesday,

      I’ve been told that it doesn’t really matter if you have a psuedonym – you are still the author of the work. I don’t have a particular resource, but was told that by someone who is an author. Sorry I couldn’t give you any more definitive information. If you find any, please let me know.

    • Tuesday, Paprika Furstenburg is correct. A copyright is inherent in the original work by the original author, but for further insurance you can get one online very easily through . Note that the cost is very steep! Unless you are a huge, big time author just continue blogging and writing and don’t worry about copyrighting everything you write. You should also consider the cost. An individual piece of work may cost you around thirty dollars, but serials like a blog will cost you hundreds of dollars. In general, no one will steal your stuff and you are already protected by the inherent copyright as the original author of the work and if they do steal, send them a cease and desist.

      • Thanks for reading and taking the time to leave such a helpful comment. Glad to know I was on the right track and I’m sure this information will be helpful to anyone else who wanders across this page.

        Thanks for subscribing. Welcome to Good Humored!

  4. May i become one of the author of this blog?


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