DORIAN: Alice, you’ve testified that you use the “Ubersoft Marketing Language” to take a statement or phrase and “repurpose” it so that it says something quite different from its original intent. Is that correct?
ALICE: We use UML to rework a statement so that it becomes more favorable to Ubersoft.
DORIAN: You have, in fact, taken the statement “too unreliable to meet the minimum requirements for use in a business environment” and turned it into “UberWordSoftPro defies expectations.”
ALICE: That’s right.
DORIAN: Sow hat you are doing, at the most basic level, is removing the original meaning of a phrase and replacing it with a phrase that is completely different from its original meaning. Would you agree with that?
ALICE: Yes, that’s pretty much what Marketing is all about.
DORIAN: If that is the case, then what is the functional difference between “UberWordSoftPro defies expectations” and “I like radishes, hey nonny nonny, a heel spur in the carburetor?”
DORIAN: No further questions.