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"Because" or "Because I said so" A law invoked when asked the question why, after reasons have already been explained or to altogether avoid a question. More commonly used in the business world as a freebie pass to ignore an annoying person's question. Once used by Chris Brown when questioned by media after his release from detainment in PG County, following an assault on a homosexual male. Other celebrities are also using this term. Origination unknown.
i.e. After explaining a long a long marketing scheme in full detail, Jim asks John(the presenter) a stupid or irrelevant question. John simply responds back " thank you for your question, at this time, I am invoking Cannon Law. Next question"
by dom32 February 01, 2014
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