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By returning to goodness, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Andrew Langer
The use of "restrictive paperless tickets" at sporting and entertainment events has resellers crying foul and pushing laws in several states to ban the new practice that has the support of the nation's largest ticketing agencies.
Mr. Langer explains, "That principle, known as 'Occam's Razor,' proffers that when faced with a series of options or explanations, the simplest one is usually the correct one."
"You buy a car from a dealer," Mr. Langer said. "Can you imagine if the dealer said you can't sell this car, you can't trade this car. If you want to sell it, you have to come back to our lot."