Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Dear W(I)BC,

Is a Clif Bar(registered trademark), a banana, and not-corporate coffee considered Breakfast? Mind you, the coffee was made in a french press, which I think is more breakfasty.

Anonymous in Andersonville (but not anonymous, just don't look at the email address, k?)

Jessy: Holy @#!$, Anonymous - That IS Breakfast! The Committee is proud.

However, you still don't get breakfast points for any of the things you think you should get breakfast points for.

(GCM) David Ells: I'm glad you pointed out the fact that Clif Bar is a registered trademark. As you know, our policy is very strict on the issue of trademarked brands. WIBC's online publication will run this query unedited, but all print, broadcast and mimeographed versions will replace "Clif Bar" with BRAND NAME REMOVED DUE TO TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT.

Trademark infringement is Not Breakfast. Your meal that morning is Breakfast.

The Committee Is Pleased to Announce:

A banana, a cup of french-pressed coffee, and a trademarkly-infringed Clif Bar(TM) Is Breakfast.

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