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You go out to the best restaurant in town and order a lobster dinner for $40. After eating half of the lobster, you realize that you are quite full. Your date wants you to finish your dinner because you can’t take it home and because “you’ve already paid for it.” What should you do? Relate your answer to the material in this chapter.
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