ygmir wrote:"plausible deniability"
theCryptofishist wrote:And it can't be Sean's and his girlfriend's sister who's getting married.
At least we hope not.
remi wrote:Obviously I'm not too cool with that, and Ben wasn't either, but since this is our really good friend, how do we tell him what he's doing is pretty uncool.
remi wrote:Ben and Sean aren't super tight buddies.. they actually met through me. Ben told me about this last night and had no idea what to do. He didn't know how to approach Sean after he was told "1,300$ for both tickets." I think Ben is just going to look elsewhere, but I think as Sean's good friend, and a new member of the Burning Man community.. I have a duty to tell him what he is doing is wrong.
remi wrote:Hey. I just had a quick question. One of my best friends (Sean,) and his girlfriend were going to come to Burning Man with me this year, but since they've received their ticket confirmation they found out their sister is having a wedding in New Zealand.. so they are unable to go. I told this to one of our common friends (Ben) who happens to be looking for a ticket, and when Ben approached Sean to get this extra ticket, Sean mentioned he was looking to sell them as a pair for 1,300$.
jkisha wrote:But if he doesn't sell them for $1,300.00 how will he be able to afford his tickets to his sister's wedding in New Zealand?
He shouldn't go! I've always felt that people who choose to host their weddings in super inconvenient, exotic places like New Zealand or Hawaii (like my cousin) or wherever really don't deserve to have anybody attending those weddings because of the huge burden they place on everyone else. They can have a separate reception locally if they want to do that.
Dr Helix wrote:But ask yourself this; would you care as much if he ends up selling them to someone you don't know?
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