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New His ticket. his seat. his prize.
Pretty straight forward.
The kid lucked out and was overcompensated for the situation.
New Meh.
As a kid I went to the old Atlanta Stadium to see the Braves a few times. I vaguely remember them having give-aways like that as well. Trouble was, most of the time the stadium was only half full (at most) so it seemed like the empty seats won a lot of the time.

Point: The devil's in the details. "You must be present to win" is a common condition. Was he "present"? Also, if the team didn't care about people moving to different seats (as was apparently the case) then does tying a ticket to a seat for a give-away really make sense?

Dunno. It doesn't seem so cut-and-dried to me. Maybe he's being unfairly demonized, but he should have just let it go, it seems to me (at the moment).

New "Technically right" is the worst kind of right

     Here or Flame? Here, I guess. - (mmoffitt) - (8)
         confused - (crazy) - (6)
             You need to have the sound on. - (Another Scott) - (5)
                 I did - (crazy) - (4)
                     Yeah. - (Another Scott) - (3)
                         His ticket. his seat. his prize. - (crazy) - (2)
                             Meh. - (Another Scott) - (1)
                                 "Technically right" is the worst kind of right -NT - (drook)
         If management wasn't Out to Lunch - (Ashton)

Hatten ar din, hatten ar din. Hatten ar din, hatt baby!
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