After George is caught taking a book into the bookstore Brentano's bathroom, the store makes George buy it. Does Brentano's bookstore have the right to force George to purchase the book just because he took it into the bathroom? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NygOFsExGMU The morality of reading in the bathroom notwithstanding, especially a book you haven't actually yet … Continue reading Can You Take a Book Into the Bathroom?
When traveling in Italy, Elaine stumbles upon an old man sitting outside a store named "Costanza's." After telling Frank about the store, he reveals that he was born in a village in Tuscany, Italy and yells out that since he was not born in the United States he could never be President and never had … Continue reading Frank Costanza Immigrant – Running for Office
When Elaine gets a call at the movie theatre that her boyfriend, Jake Jarmel, has been in a car accident, she tops to buy some Jujyfruits candy before heading to the hospital to see him. The convenience of the concession stand notwithstanding, did Elaine do anything legally wrong by stopping for the Jujyfruits? Under these … Continue reading “The Opposite” – Duty To Rescue