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Geeze, one typo and nobody will ever let you forget it.
Yes, that's correct. Maybe Slashdot could build that into the filter: don't show any Anonymous Cowards, and don't show anyone who has ever made a typo in a comment. Ever.
Elsewhere in the thread, the example was used of a delivery of a medium shirt instead of a large, to show the absurdity of the idea of keeping the medium *and* demanding the originally ordered large, or keeping the medium *and* disputing the credit card charge. Yes, that would be absurd, but it would also be absurd for the shirt company to contact the buyer afterward and *insist* that the medium be returned for exchange for a large, even if it turned out the medium was acceptable.
Well, sure, if you're going to go ahead and read the linked article that shows it's not really about stealing electricity.
From the article, I see the guy had previously been explicitly told by the school not to use the tennis courts without permission. He wasn't even supposed to be there, so maybe in hindsight the correct charge would have been trespassing. And, also in hindsight, maybe being such a dick didn't really work out that well for the guy.