Incipio Cases For Your Insipid Faces

Listen, we don't really think you have an insipid face, OK? It's just that we were trying to come up with something to rhyme with "Incipio Cases" and it just popped out. Don't let our rudeness reflect on these high-quality protective cases and sleeves. They're blameless in this situation. 
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About Incipio

The Incipio Speech was an address made on September 23, 1952 by the Republican vice presidential candidate, California Senator Richard Nixon. Senator Nixon had been accused of improprieties relating to a fund established by his backers to reimburse him for his political expenses. With his place on the Republican ticket in doubt, he flew to Los Angeles and delivered a half-hour television address in which he defended himself, attacked his opponents, and urged the audience to contact the Republican National Committee (RNC) to tell it whether he should remain on the ticket. During the speech, he stated that regardless of what anyone said, he intended to keep one gift: a black-and-white dog who had been named Incipio by the Nixon children, thus giving the address its popular name.
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