Heard this on National Public Radio (on the subject of entrepreneurs hawking their product outside the Olympic village): The Atlanta Olympics Association (not sure of the exact name of the association) is very tight/ finicky and licenses everything - product, logos, ideas etc. on T-shirts, caps, pins - related to the Olympic games. In fact, all phrases related to Atlanta such as Atlanta 96, Atlanta Olympics etc. except the word Atlanta itself is covered by the licenses. A representative of the AOA accosted one young entrepreneur selling a T-shirt with a picture of a blazing torch on it. When the AOA rep asked the young man to remove the picture of the torch from the T-shirt, pat came the quip, "I will if you remove the torch from the Statue of Liberty."
(From the "Rest" of RHF)