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Saturday, March 10, 2012

How a Fictional Physicist Anticipatorily Repudiates

BigbangAnyone searching for an amusing example of anticipatory repudiation (or almost any other Contracts topic) need look no further than CBS sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.  The show prominently features a "roommate agreement" between the two main characters, Sheldon and Leonard, physicists who struggle a bit in the romance department.  I asked students to view this clip and then fill in the blanks in the following sentence:  ________________ does not have to _____________ because ______________ repudiated when he ________________. It was a bit too easy, of course, but it did seem to help them remember the concept. 

[Heidi R. Anderson]

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