All you Need To Know About the Austin Debate

All you Need To Know About the Austin Debate

Hillary Clinton: 

“If your candidacy is going to be about words then they should be your own words,” she said. “…Lifting whole passages from someone else’s speeches is not change you can believe in, it’s change you can Xerox.”

The debate audience booed. (AP Report)

Senator Clinton did not indicate if she had permission to use the term “Xerox®.”

“Xerox®”  is a registered trademark of the Xerox® Corporation, formerly Haloid Xerox. The company is the originator of electrophotography. Xerox® Corporation announced a shareholder dividend on February 19th.

The end.


All You Need To Know About The Austin Debate


Images from the Warshaw Collection, Smithsonian Institution (top) and Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (bottom).

Registered trademark is used under Fair Use doctrine for informational purposes; whole logo used to avoid misrepresenting brand image.

This weblog has no relationship to the corporation represented by the trademark and logo and the author believes the corporate lawyers should let him skate on any trademark use issues since he has ruined several pairs of perfectly good trousers due to copier toner spills and never troubled them about that, and pants seem to be worth $54 million a pair in Washington, DC courts.

One Response to “All you Need To Know About the Austin Debate”

  1. Clinton at Cleveland State: Must-Win. « NotionsCapital Says:

    […] she needs to come out swinging but must keep from beaning herself with another awkward “Xerox” sound bite. Anything she does wrong, any gaffes, shrillness or false notes in her delivery, […]

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