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Sunday, February 01, 2004
So we've been learning in class that when you make a contract with someone, you gotta make sure that the contract is iron-clad. Why? Because if it ain't in the contract, it ain't in the contract, and there is no obligation for the other parties involved to do what you want them to do if you didn't specify it before. So, hypothetically, if you failed to mention that you wanted analyses of all industries versus just one industry in a request, then I really have no obligation to analyze all of them, right? I mean, that's what you wrote! It's not my fault you didn't write down what you meant! Too bad for you! What's that you say? You could fail me? Oh, all right, fine. I'll do it. But I want my objection noted.

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