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Many many years ago a man was at work and injured in an industrial accident. He mangled one leg and foot. After many years and dozens of surgeries the doctor claims that all that can be done has been done.
The man walks with a noticeable limp and has constant pain in the injured foot. The man is left with a size 12 foot and a size 10 foot. He can not put a size 12 on the size 10 nor can he put a size 10 on the size 12. To buy a good pair of shoes he must purchase two pairs.
The man goes to a local department store and finds matching shoes in both sizes. He switches the shoe boxes so he has a size 10 and 12 in the same box. He pays for the shoes and he leaves.
The man claims that because the store has a sign that says Satisfaction Guaranteed, the store shouldn't have a problem with his shoe switching. He is not satisfied unless he gets bot sizes for the price of one.
I ask you what is your opinion on this? Is the man cheating the store? Is he cheating the poor sap that gets the other shoe box with two different sizes?
Can this be rationalized?