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There are 2 comments on Shopping for Red Sox Tickets

  1. If purchasing Red Sox tickets from a scalper is illegal in Massachusetts, why didn’t the paragraph stop there? It’s illegal. But there’s a theme here; I overheard some students talking about cheating on the T, this morning. One of the students opined that whether it’s easy or hard depends on the professor. There was no discussion about ethics or being thrown out of the university if caught. The two students were not intellectuals and had no appreciation for what their loud conversation was saying about their intellectual development. (No, boys, I would not hire you to do any job for me; I would hope to see through you and discover your lousy work ethic before that happened. It does matter how you behave at the university.) I feel that this article’s direction got lost in the same manner… there’s something terribly wrong with this picture.

    1. This is just an assinine comment and is a poor attempt for someone to whine about two students cheating, and overgeneralizing the whole student body in the process. Someone is riding a moral high horse, because I am sure you’ev never done anything against the law in you entire life. Beyond that, Sox are off to a great start.

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