I love hearing about people finding clever ways to beat idiotic systems, and this article is a perfect example. The author bought a brand new Xbox 360 game which was affected by a programming bug which made the game unplayable. The store he purchased it at would only allow him to exchange the game for a shrinkwrapped copy, but wouldn’t give him a simple refund or permit a trade for a different game. So, he simply accepted the shrinkwrapped copy and turned around and asked for a refund on the now unopened game in his hands. What a brilliant way of working around stupid policy red tape. Read the full article here, or digg the story.