Dooku wrote in post #15703354
If a person (or company) makes such an error, then that does NOT give you the right to jump on that to take advantage of the situation. What gives you the right, by TAKING advantage of someone else(or company) to aquire a financial gain? If a person mistakenly forgets to put his wallet in his coat and leaves it on a table when leaving a restaurant, do you take that wallet and think "a fool and his money deserve to be parted", because THAT is your reasoning.
What strikes me the most is that you never ever question your moral reasoning but only tout that message: "a fool and his money deserve to be parted". Seems to me you suffer from a major character deficiency.
Yes, I am afraid it does give me that right. You offer me something for nothing and I take, and you claim that makes ME wrong. Wrong. That makes you a fool.
And yes, a fool and his money actually do deserve to be parted. I don't actively seek opportunities to screw someone over. I have good feeback on POTN and a lot more on E-Bay. You don't get that by cheating people. I am not talking about taking something that isn't mine; I am not a thief. I am talking about accepting an offer someone else made. It the offer is stupid, how is that my problem? If you hand me a dollar, who am I to second guess you? I'll take it.
By the way, I have questioned the morality of a fool and his money deserve to be parted. It holds up well. If that bothers you, feel free to not make me any stupid offers. I'll get by.