No, I've accepted no freebies from the dealer. I never even got the
survey on the dealer that I was told to expect. I did get one on the
car from J.D. Power and I filled it out honestly. They only gave room
for 4 design defects as I recall, so I couldn't list them all. :-)
Bribery doesn't take two, at least not by any definition I've ever seen.
If you try to bribe a police officer, the officer doesn't have to
accept the bribe in order to arrest you for bribery. Here's one sample
definition, but others I've seen are similar. Where did you get the "it
takes two" definition?
Yes, I do. It is a small point, but I believe that bribery has been
committed as soon as the offer is made, it doesn't matter if it is
accepted or not. The dictionary definitions of bribery relate to making
the offer, not completing a transaction, which was my point. So, it
only takes two in the sense that the offer is made to as second person,
but that second person does NOT need to take any action at all for
bribery to have been committed by the first person.
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