I agree. Now if you were to find a wallet laying on the ground, and 20 feet away you find a few hundred bucks blowing around in the wind, that would be a different story - at least to some. There is probably a 90% chance that the money came from the wallet, but it isn't certain. Do you return the wallet and money, keep the money but return the wallet, or keep the money and move on?<br><br>People tend to get a distorted view of morals when the issue is a bit in the gray area. I would probably collect the wallet and the money, call the guy and ask how much money he had in the wallet. If he came remotely close to the amount, I would have to assume that it was indeed his money. But if the guy said, "I know I had a twenty and a five-dollar bill, and that's it" I would probably keep the other hundred or so that was blowing around. That also depends on "Who" the wallet belongs to. If it was some nice old guy, I would probably consider giving him all the money, if it was some smart ass punk who didn't even thank me for calling him, then I would certainly keep the extra money.<br><br>In the case of the camera, I can't imagine keeping it. It's really Black & White - it was an accident that Office Max caught right away. It needs to be returned. Keeping it would be bad Karma!!!<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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