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

A video produced by the New York Times has done a fantastic job of capturing the exchange between to fictional legal parties as they attempt to define the word “photocopier”

“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.

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