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If Manny Doesn’t Play, Should You Have To Pay?

Published by on May 8, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

None of us speak Latin, but most of us have heard the term “caveat emptor”—defined by the dictionary that pops up when I hit the F12 button on my Mac keyboard as "the principle that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before a purchase is made."

When buying tickets and attending a sporting event, you may experience something magical, inspiring, amazing, or whatever superlative you want to use, but the chance exists that you may also catch a real stinker, a waste of your time and cash. Any one of the seven games in the first round Hawks/Heat series qualifies.

Don't want to judge a man by his dreadlocks, but when I heard Manny Ramirez was suspended I assumed ...

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