The New York Times recently featured a piece by Brett Weiner concerning a legal deposition in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, concerning a certain piece of office equipment. During the course of a lawsuit, the defendant responded to an attorney's question, "When you say 'photocopying machine,' what do you mean?" The attorney replied, "Let me be clear. The term 'photocopying machine' is so ambiguous that you can’t picture in your mind what a photocopying machine is in an office setting?" There ensued a bizarre definitional dialogue, which has been rescued from transcripts, preserved and reenacted. You should enjoy the video here.