Luke Burbank, a full grown man with an adult daughter, and a public figure, went to a boxing match and sat in ringside seats that he had knowingly had no right to be in. He then attempted to defend those seats from their rightful owners, the large Russian cornermen for one of the boxers. Thankfully for him, everything worked out okay. Unfortunately for us, this will just encourage Luke to believe the rules do not apply to him.
My mother is one of these people (and by default, so am I). When I was a child I went with my mother to see the film Bicentennial Man at a movie theater in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. As soon as it started the film burned up and we were unable to watch Robin Williams hilarious and heartwarming robot antics. The theater gave all patrons the option of getting a refund or seeing another movie. My mother decided to do both because she's a good example. We got our refund then snuck into see Man On the Moon, an R rated picture that is both flawed and totally inappropriate for a twelve year old, but probably much better than Bicentennial Man (I wouldn't know, I've still never seen it). As for PRISM, yeah, you guys are probably right.
TBTL Song of the Day: "Lines In The Suit" by Spoon