"Is there a better place to start this fight than over the fine print? The notion that people can be mugged by contract infuriates me.
Well think about it. What is it? It's that I want to be able to legally bind you; but I know you aren't going to be able to read all that stuff. And so I hired a team of lawyers to write it and to put in whatever I wanted in it. And then I expect to be able to call the law to enforce it. To be able to get judges to enforce it. To be able to come and seize your property. To throw you out of your home. Right? Based on whatever it is that's backed in that fine print.
And my view of it is, I am just old fashioned enough about contracts to believe that the whole premise behind contacts was that both sides understood the deal."
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