When I was 13 or 14, me and a buddy were at a mall and found 4 tickets on the floor for an upcoming movie. My buddy decides ‘hey - let’s turn them in and ask for a refund’ - makes up a story about his guests having an emergency and having to leave.
A year later said buddy is with my family at the beach and mentions this. My Marine Colonel Dad is furious and as soon as we get home makes me go to the theater and pay for the tickets. It was incredibly embarrassing as it took me 20 minutes to get the theatre employees to understand what I needed to do.
I’m not making an analogy per se. But the common theme is that just because no one is really harmed by a decision doesn’t make it honest or right. If my Dad were alive he would point out that you know it’s not the best decision or you wouldn’t be asking others to weigh in.
I think the advice to inquire with the course about it is good advice. Or just pay for your balls. Sure - you already support the course but I’m not sure that justifies using it for free at times.
Hey - at least you openly admit the practice. That still puts you in the top 10% of humanity :)
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