Copyrights and Rescricted Licenses
This is a funny parody of the issues surrounding copyrights. The analogy brings us to a bar, where a drunk asks for a light from Revver co-founder Ian Clark...
"I was in the pub last night, and a guy asked me for a light for his cigarette. I suddenly realised (sic) that there was a demand here and money to be made, and so I agreed to light his cigarette for 10 pence, but I didnt actually give him a light, I sold him a license to burn his cigarette. My fire license restricted him from giving the light to anybody else, after all, that fire was my property. He was drunk, and dismissing me as a loony, but accepted my fire (and by implication the licence which governed its use) anyway...."