Aficionados of the old Seinfeld TV show may recall an episode in which Jerry accuses his dry cleaner of wearing a jacket that Jerry left to be cleaned and pressed. Responding indignantly to this (truthful) accusation, the proprietor sputters that no dry cleaner would dare do such a thing because, "It's in the dry cleaner's code of ethics." Jerry is simultaneously amazed and appalled: "You need a code of ethics to tell you not to wear other people's ...

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