TrevorK wrote:Obviously wrong?
No. There was nothing "wrong".
There's a difference. Perhaps we should see if we can find a boxing day deal on a dictionary for you?
Having no moral standard can also be considered wrong. There are many offences that are legal but wrong. Also another poster mentioned his friend received a ticket for doing a similar thing. Do you think is still "right"? You should look at this link. http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?b ... ng&x=0&y=0
Note the first definition, wrong can be defined as not according to the moral standard.
By the way you have just made a personal attack. Turning a discussion into an ad hominem argument is a sign of immaturity.