Comment: @ South

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@ South

That Blockbuster card analogy was a good example. Clearly any rules/codes/statutes/orders/decrees of Blockbuster do not apply to you unless one is receiving a payment or benefit (ie. video rental) from Blockbuster and even then they would only apply to the specific activity of a video rental which is a jurisdiction limited in nature. Clearly the "just" application of any Blockbuster rules can only be derived from one's consent to receive a benefit and rent a video from Blockbuster. Application of said Blockbuster rules outside the above mentioned scope would be clearly "unjust" but if Blockbuster has the guns of course Blockbuster can act unjustly to misapply it's rules to non Blockbuster customers which is exactly what the United States does by presumption.