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10-16-2010 @ 9:17AM
Cairne does have a point. His time is worth something and if it's done honestly, there should be no reason that a transaction can't take play between 2 consenting adults. Yes, it'a against the ToS, and for that reason I'd never do it, but just because some lawyers sat down and wrote up some legal gibberish doesn't make it right.Case in point, (and don't get me wrong, I'm not trying to equate the situations, jut trying to point out that laws, contracts, etc aren't always right) it's used to be illegal for African Americans to use the same drinking fountain as Caucasians. Ridiculous, right? You can call it a license all you like, but if you pay money for a product it belongs to you.
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