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    Sticky: I get why someone as illiterate as Brett would...

    I get why someone as illiterate as Brett would demand a definition of all the multi-syllable words in a document. Luckily, the rest of us don't need it however.
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    Sticky: Of all your toxic traits (stupidity, arrogance,...

    Of all your toxic traits (stupidity, arrogance, etc.) your lying is probably the worst:




    You absolutely implied there was pork in the bill. Now tell us another lie and claim you beat me.
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    Sticky: No, you said the terms were vague and undefined....

    No, you said the terms were vague and undefined. Except all those terms have precise legal definitions. Now youíre saying the legal definitions themselves are bad. And this was after you initially...
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    Sticky: Thatís because the terms are defined in the law....

    Thatís because the terms are defined in the law. They donít put the definitions in the bill for the same reason Stephen King doesnít put a dictionary at the end of his books: there is a dictionary...
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    Sticky: Nobody cares what you have to say. Their only...

    Nobody cares what you have to say. Their only interest is laughing at how dumb you are in saying it.
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    Sticky: :laugh: :laugh: Nah. You acted like there were...

    :laugh: :laugh:

    Nah. You acted like there were no definitions for the terms in the bill, I showed you there were clear legal definitions and then you guys made a hissy fit talking about ďthe law...
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    Sticky: Rather than admit theyíre wrong or donít know...

    Rather than admit theyíre wrong or donít know what theyíre talking about, theyíre now acting like theyíre smarter than the entire US legal system.
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    Sticky: I understand what I posted. Obviously you know...

    I understand what I posted. Obviously you know nothing about the law.

    The US runs on what is called a Common Law legal system, in which case law is binding. Thus, we use case law to help...
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    What an absolute trash of a human being. Imagine...

    What an absolute trash of a human being. Imagine you hating gays so much your first thought is relief to discover your son is a murderer and not a homosexual.
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    Ok, but Montana didnít cheat then did he?

    Ok, but Montana didnít cheat then did he?
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    Sticky: It seems like Catmanís complaint is not with this...

    It seems like Catmanís complaint is not with this specific bill, but the entire legal systemÖ
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    Sticky: But again the terms have a precise legal meaning....

    But again the terms have a precise legal meaning. At trial, a jury is given an instruction on what the legal definition is. They arenít using their personal definition, they must use the legal...
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    Sticky: Who determines? Again; the jury at the trial ...

    Who determines?

    Again; the jury at the trial

    How is it determined?

    Via a trial

    What is excessive?
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    Sticky: Also, putting an exact % or dollar value is a...

    Also, putting an exact % or dollar value is a terrible idea because the moment you do that, every company is going to charge up to that exact amount.

    So if you say 6% is excessive, youíve just...
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    Sticky: The answer to that question is: thatís up for the...

    The answer to that question is: thatís up for the trier of fact (the jury) to decide, in the same way itís up for them to decide whether someone committed murder.

    From looking at the case law...
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    Sticky: I am telling you. Do I need to bold it so it...

    I am telling you. Do I need to bold it so it sticks the definitions within the context of the bill are the LEGAL definitions of the terms

    I honest to God donít know how youíre struggling with this.
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    Sticky: Since it's obvious Catman didn't look up the...

    Since it's obvious Catman didn't look up the definition of what constitutes unreasonably excessive, here is a legal definition of the term:

    A price is unconscionably excessive when the amount...
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    Sticky: What in the **** are you talking about? Of course...

    What in the **** are you talking about? Of course it has a limitation. The limitation is the legal definition, which I provided.

    It's not like anyone can go "I think that was excessive therefore...
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    Sticky: This can't be a serious question. The definitions...

    This can't be a serious question. The definitions within the context of the bill are the legal definitions of those terms. Who determines who exceeds them are the judges who will hear any case...
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    Sticky: I saw the post. To summarize: you and catman both...

    I saw the post. To summarize: you and catman both understand the definitions of all those terms. The law understands the definition of all those terms. Everyone who wrote the bill understands the...
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    Sticky: You haven't done anything right. I just posted...

    You haven't done anything right. I just posted that there are actual legal definitions for all the terms and words you were just saying were undefined.

    You complaining you don't know the...
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    Sticky: They are not. They all have legal definitions: ...

    They are not. They all have legal definitions:

    https://www.lawinsider.com/dictionary/unconscionably-excessive

    https://definitions.uslegal.com/u/unfair-advantage/
    ...
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    Sticky: Hereís my point: if you understand what the terms...

    Hereís my point: if you understand what the terms mean, why do they need to be defined?
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    Sticky: Thatís a lie. What post did you answer? Give me...

    Thatís a lie. What post did you answer? Give me the number so I can look.
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    Sticky: Near zero? So infinitely more than you :laugh2: ...

    Near zero? So infinitely more than you :laugh2:

    Yes or no: do you know what those terms mean?
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