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TICKET SCALPING DECISIONS In the words of Dick Vitale a famous sports analyst and commentator of NCAA mens basketball ITS MARCH MADNESS ITS AWESOME BABY Along with March Madness comes the awesome opportunity for MSU fans to go to The Final Four in Minnesota this year Many people who get lucky enough to get tickets to this occasion go about what to do in many different ways Some people give up their tickets to a friend others sell them to gain a profit and miss the game because you can receive large amounts of money Yet there are still people who would decide to go to the game and just pay for the transportation and lodging involved In this discussion I will focus on the decision that Leo Tolstoy would come to based on his Confession Robert Franks plan-of-action as he has described in Passions within Reason and finally the way an average Michigan State University student would approach this tough decision The confessions of Leo Tolstoy explain the different situations and people he has encountered in his life leaving him with mixed views about others decision making and religious beliefs In regards to the situation of scalping tickets Tolstoy would probably face the decision of what is right and wrong He faced this many times throughout his life and never found the true answers to his questions When he was younger the most influential person in Tolstoys life was his Aunt who told him to do many unethical things when he grew up such as having an affair with a married woman and also to marry a rich woman But she never told him to do anything that follows good morals or ethical standards As he grew up he questioned these teachings and began to form his own independent beliefs I believe that if he was young due to his lack of moral learning and continuous questioning of right and wrong he
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