i brought this up in a previous thread that wasn't started by me. now i'm asking all viewers, would you pay for the watch? would you offer? would you only pay if client demanded? here's the scene: customer has a lawn that grows like crazy, it's always high spring summer and fall. contract states very clearly, and i qoute: "we will not be responsible for items left in the lawn." this particular customer has kids, messy, messy kids, toys everywhere, swimming goggles, sneakers, u name it. also has a dog that loves to knock over the garbage can and drag garbage all over the lawn. customer was notified by mail to please have area in a "workable manner" for thier grass cut. then notified in person when i ran over a tape measure. well, the conditions improved, but, there was the watch. it was in the lawn, the husband took it off to go swimming, didn't pick it up. i ran it over, sent it 30 feet in 5 pieces. i refused to pay. no way, it aint happening. i estimate the watch, when it was intact, to be worth in the nieghborhood of $350. would you pay? would you offer or only pay if they demanded? would you refuse to pay?