Lighter Side: NY Times parody video captures hilarious exchange between two legal parties

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“In 2010, Ohio’s Cuyahoga County Recorder’s office was sued for charging US$2 a page for photocopies of public documents.”

While this might not sound like the basis for a hilarious parody video, the New York Times has done a fantastic job of capturing an exchange between the two fictional legal parties as they attempted to define the word “photocopier.”

This video is part of a series called “Verbatim,” where comedians act out ridiculous exchanges and was unveiled during the Times Video department’s pitch to advertisers at its NewFronts presentation last month.

Take a look:
 

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