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originally posted by: intrptr
originally posted by: Bluntone22
a reply to: intrptr
I know that most atm machines have cartridges of bills loaded into them. The machine knows that a cartridge is supposed to be $20's but if a human put $100's in the cartridge the machine doesn't know the difference.
Whats to prevent the 'intentional error' on the part of said human, think they thought of this, already?
originally posted by: MisterSpock
I hate walmart as much as anyone, and I rarely(once a year) go there.
However, it's still wrong and the right thing to do would be to inform someone and get my proper amount due.
I realize that's is a rare opinion, and that most can't fathom having that level of principal. Even when it's in favor of something/one so undeserving of that "respect".
At the end of the day though, it's about me, knowing I'M IN THE RIGHT and that I've done the right thing. Knowing that I can't be labeled a hypocrite or ever be knocked down due to saying one thing and doing another.
originally posted by: Kuroodo
If the machine gave back more than it should have, I would have taken it as a gift.
You are most likely lying if say you wouldn't do the same.
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: crazyewok
That's what the call the false equivalency fallacy.
Employees do from government sources.