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November 20, 2003

Definition of Copyright

[Ed: Another bit of humour from the crypt - June 2002]

When you write copy you have the right to copyright the copy you write, if the copy is right. If however, your copy falls over, you must right your copy. If you write religious services you write rite, and have the right to copyright the rite you write.

Very conservative people write right copy, and have the right to copyright the right copy they write. A right wing cleric would write right rite, and has the right to copyright the right rite he has the right to write. His editor has the job of making the right rite copy right before the copyright can be right.

Should Jim Wright decide to write right rite, then Wright would write right rite, which Wright has the right to copyright. Duplicating that rite would copy Wright right rite, and violate copyright, which Wright would have the right to right.


Posted by Peskie at November 20, 2003 12:00 PM


Would this apply to a Right Reverend writing rites for a diocesan rite?

Posted by: The Gray Monk at December 3, 2003 07:12 AM