Most Americans could probably find Cuba on a map (or at least identify it as one of the larger islands in the Caribbean off the coast of Florida). But if you asked them to tell you what else they know about the country, they would probably have a hard time recalling much more than something about Fidel Castro, the Cuban Missile Crisis of the 1960's, and communism. Oh, and they probably know that Cuba is renowned for its cigars. Beyond that, they probably don't know much.
If you were one of the 160,000 people lucky enough to score passes to San Diego Comic Con earlier this month, then you already understand the scope of the madness that engulfs the city and takes over the downtown Convention Center every July. Whether you go because you enjoy comic books, you hope to see your favorite actor previewing a new sci-fi movie, or you just like dressing up as a Star Wars Storm Trooper, you probably haven't thought much about the San Diego Comic Con brand. Obviously derived from a combination of "comic" and "convention," when these words are paired with the name San Diego they take on a whole new meaning. To millions of people, San Diego Comic Con, besides being a registered trademark (USPTO TM No. 1675405), is synonymous with all things nerd and geek.
Almost everyone with a smartphone posts online videos these days.
There is a story that an investor bought a mobile home park on Ebay, the popular online auction site. It is unclear how proper due diligence can be done when acquiring a park in that manner. There are a lot of moving parts to acquiring and operating a mobile home park.