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 Re: BS
Posted by  bagger on 7/21/11 4:27pm

Yeah right.
OK, on EVERY ticket you buy to a sporting event it says you give up your right to sue due to an accident in the game. But people still sue in a BB game whne they are injured by a foul ball or broken bat.
That clause is noting but a scare tactic.
As for CCards - you are agreeing to abide by a binding deciscion from an INDEPENDANT arbitrator. That is different than signing your rights away.

e.g. Indentured servitude is illegal here in the US. When you leave a company and they have you sign a statement that you will not work for a competitor for x years, that is invalid. You can go work for anyone, you cannot sign away your right to seek employment.
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